Saturday, August 15, 2009

Moroccan Night at Paper Niche

Tonight we had a Moroccan Feast at Paper Niche. The food was fabulous! From Greek salad to Baklava for dessert. I made this layout filled with Middle Eastern colors. Everyone loved it! I also made "Penelope" out of a new paper pad I bought at Jo Ann fabrics last night. The colors are bright and "happy". I made her flowers out of chipboard, modeling paste and water colors. Her necklace is made out of leather and metal findings. Gine made a very pretty page with a new line of Christmas papers. Mariangella wore bead necklaces made by her kids. She looked gorgeous! Imagine the love she carried around her neck... and I could see her kid's smiling faces when they see the picture of their mommy wearing what they made just for her. This was probably my last crop for now because I am planning to leave South Florida sometime around August 24. I hope I can come back often! I have met so many wonderful people lately. The Lord has really blessed me with each one of them. My heart's desire and prayer lately has been for Him to teach me to love others just as He has loved me. I will treasure our crop weekends at Paper Niche forever!!!


  1. Oh Beatriz! It is such a shame that I met you less than a month before you are leaving S Florida but still a blessing to have known you. You are filled with so much love and have made my first 3 crops have the Niche so wonderful to attend. Though you will not be here I will still follow you via your blog :) Thank you for posting the necklace my babies made, I know they will get a kick out of seeing it, that is once they wake up :) Have a wonderful week my sweet friend!