Hi! I'm up on the A Flair For Buttons blog with this layout of my grandson stealing my glasses! I pulled inspiration from the colors in the photo and then found the perfect flair to go with it. Here's my layout:
I also made a process video if that suits your fancy.
And a few close-ups:
I sprinkled a bunch of little flowers all over my layout. These are "posies" from Queen & Co, and I am in love with them!
Hi friends! I am up on the Scrapbook Circle blog today with this DT Choice layout using the June Sunshine Days Kit! I loved working with this kit! Check out the SBC blog for the details of how I put this together, but here are a few photos of my finished layout!
Hello! I am up on the Scrapbook Circle blog with this layout that I made using the 2017 May kit - Take Note. My assignment was to use the exclusive cork hearts in a unique way. I chose to use one of them as part of my title in this layout that documents my daughter's love of nature.
I used my Silhouette Cameo to poke holes in white card stock so that I could easily hand stitch the word "Nature". I set it up in the Silhouette Studio software using the Bebas font, keeping in mind exactly where I wanted it on the page. Then after it cut the holes for me, I stitched using black embroidery floss.
I used watercolors to paint inside the lines that I stitched. I grabbed color inspiration from the patterned papers and embellishments that I chose from this month's kit.
I did a little fussy cutting of the flowers from the Webster's Pages patterned paper and added some bits from the Elle's Studio Live Laugh Love bits and pieces included in the kit.
My title was completed with the "love" cork heart, and the acrylic word "story". I added just a little bit of journaling and this simple, but fun page, was complete!
I used gelatos, mist, and watercolors for the background with a cut file from Just Nick. The patterned papers are mostly from Shimelle's Little by Little collection, along with some fussy cut butterflies from Maggie Holmes Chasing Dreams collection.
The butterfly flair and the 'emerge' flair were perfect for this spring layout documenting spring's entrance in 2017. Here are a few closeups.
I also made a process video if that suits your fancy!
Hi friends! Hope you are having a fantastic Mother's Day! I'm up on the Scrapbook Circle blog today with this DT Choice layout using the May Scrapbook Circle Kit - Take Note.
My color inspiration came from the yellows, greens, and pinks (especially the yellows) in the PinkFresh Sudio diecuts and alphas (both in the This is Magic Add-on this month). I grabbed a bunch of circle items from the die cut packs in the main kit, too. Then I used a circle punch and a confetti punch to punch a few more circles from the patterned papers to create a line of circles on the right side of my page. Stitching, paint splatters, and tangled thread pulled it all together. Here are a few close ups:
I used three pieces of flair for this layout, and I love each and every one! I used "Just Us" from the Family is Forever setbecause it fit the theme and color of this layout (and acts as part of my title)!
I started with Heidi Swapp's beautiful "Blushed" paper from her Magnolia Jane collection. It was so beautiful and water color-y, I didn't even use any mixed media on this layout! For my title I used a tag from the Elle's Studio Bits and Pieces included in the main kit. I used many other bits and pieces as well! The photo was taken by My One True Love out at his parent's house. Grandpa is pushing B. in the swing, very high. 😀 It was such a spring moment, that I thought florals were in order.
And guess what? There are florals in the kit. I just had to fussy cut that Dear Lizzy paper, and I love the Webster's Pages floral paper!
Yes, This. So happy to get another story documented.
I am super excited to be a part of the Scrapbook Circle Team. I can't wait to show you all of the other projects I have already made from this kit! Stay tuned!
Also.....Tomorrow is NSD! Make sure you come back for a little something something tomorrow! :-)
Hello! I am participating in a Product Spotlight over on the Paper Issues blog. This is my last project as a Paper Issues Design team member, but stick with me and keep reading because I have some happy scrappy news coming soon. Either way, I am super thankful for the time I've had with Paper Issues, and I will continue to participate in their challenges and other goings on in the Paper Issues Friends and Fans group! And who knows, maybe I will be back as a design team member in the future.
We are spotlighting Doodle Bug's most recent collections. I am using the "girl" one called Fairy Tales for this layout of my daughter at the park.
Here are a couple of closeups!
Love this flair from A Flair for Buttons. Like I said I have happy scrappy news. I am now on the Design Team for A Flair for Buttons! I have been a long time customer of Shelley's flair and I am super excited for this adventure!
I made a process video if that suits your fancy!
Stay tuned on this blog and other social media for more important announcements coming in the future!
It's a new issue over at Paper Issues and I got to play along! Here is my take on the challenge:
My car died (ugh), I got a new car (yeah)! I love the color, a ton. So I used it for this layout! 👍 I started with some stitching -- which I set up on my Silhouette Cameo. It made the holes for me and then I stitched for days. LOL Added some Heidi Swapp Color Shine (in Citron) and a few black splatters.
Hi! Hope you are having a Happy Easter if that is something that you celebrate! I'm here today with a layout I made using items available in the April Scrapbook Circle Kit and some flair from A Flair For Buttons. I'm submitting this to their challenge this month that is all about metallics! Here's my take on the challenge!
The story that I'm documenting today is all about my daughter, the song writer. B. has been using my typewriter (and sometimes her iPad) to type up songs that she has written. And they are actually pretty amazing. So for this layout, I wanted to document one of my favorites. I used it as the bulk of the journaling -- as you see below.
For the challenge I used a lot of copper foil fun! Pink fresh Studios Live On collection has these awesome alphas that are copper colored. There are also starts and asterisks on the alpha sheet! I added those throughout my wreath. For a closer look you can check out my process video, if that suits your fancy!
Here are a couple more close ups:
I did a lot of fussy cutting for this layout!
A layout isn't a layout without a little flair from A Flair For Buttons! For real. 😀