When my nephew was here in January he proposed to his girlfriend and I captured it with my camera. I was inspired to make a layout about it immediately but never got around to showing it here.
I used shipping tags, actual Scrabble tiles bought on etsy, black glitter letter stickers from GCD Studios, small letter and number stickers from Making Memories, and I think the woodland themed paper in the background is from Studio Calico.
I also used a Prima flower and crystals, two of my favorite things!
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I know it’s past Christmas, but seriously how CUTE is the face on this kid?
Summer was only 3 in this photo!
I used American Crafts cardstock, Imagination Project paper (distressed the edges around the way around), the tag with the year on it and the tag with the word Christmas on it are from Shabby Chic Tags (love them). The trees are a digital stamp that I printed on white cardstock and cut out. I can’t remember where they came from and I hate when that happens! I think the jewels I put on it are from the $1 bin at Michaels (my favorite spot in Michaels- ha ha) I also used GCD Studios black glitter letter stickers (LOVE) and a Fancy Pants glittery photo overlay.Filed under design team stuff, Scrapbook Layouts, Scrapbooking | Comment (0)
This is the last page to the scrapbook I was hired to make of a little girl to wife. This is her favorite photo from their engagement photo shoot, and I love it. I used some chipboard embellishments from Echo Park (and others) and added Stickles to some of them to sparkle them up.
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Oh! I forgot to show you the cover of the scrapbook.
When the customer gave it to me, it only had the flowers on it and instead of ribbon the binding was raffia that was pretty sad looking. I changed that out to pretty pink satin ribbon, added the metal plaque and the chipboard butterflies (with straight pins for antennae)
and added Stickles just a tiny bit to the flowers for some sparkle. Yes, I like sparkle!
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Practical Scrappers featured more fall projects on Thursday and my latest page for their design team was included. Here it is:
I actually changed a couple things but am too lazy at this moment to take another photo for you. ha ha
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The other day over at Practical Scrappers was masting and misting day and there are some really pretty projects over there if you want to check them out. (go here) Here’s mine! I used Echo Park’s “Little Girl” line of papers and stickers and some American Crafts thickers (love! you can buy these in my shop here). I sprayed blue Tattered Angels mist on the right hand side of my page.
See that accordian folded or crimped up flower in the top left corner? That came in a package with others of varying sizes and colors marketed as Halloween embellishments (from American Crafts). This one didn’t have a specific pattern that screamed Halloween, so I decided to use it. It did, however, have a brown button which I removed and added a blue one instead. So there’s just a little reminder that you don’t have to use everything for the holiday or occasion it’s intended for or marketed as! Lesson over. ha hadesign team stuff, Scrapbook Layouts | Comment (1)
Yet another page from the girl’s scrapbook I was hired to make. Almost done showing you those! Once again applied rub-ons directly onto my photos here. The word block sticker on the left is from Echo Park’s little girl line (so cute). I love the little pink ticket but I can’t remember where it came from.Filed under Scrapbook Layouts, Scrapbooking | Comment (1)
Here’s another page from the book I was hired to make of this young bride’s childhood. She and her mom are very close and in the photos they’re wearing the same hat and scarf goofing around. It’s little things such as this that kids remember later I think. I really tried to use my stash for this book, and so many things on this page I have had forever, like the sticker with the quote, the chipboard flowers, the paper, the “remember” rub-on that I rubbed onto the photo.
Aren’t these girls just too cute?Filed under Scrapbook Layouts, Scrapbooking | Comment (1)
Here’s another page from the little girl’s childhood book I was hired to make a few months ago. I can’t remember where those little chipboard flowers came from, but the paper and the cupcake sticker and the blue-green border sticker are all from Echo Park’s little girl line. So cute!Filed under Scrapbook Layouts, Scrapbooking | Comment (1)
Here’s another two page spread from the book I was hired to make recently. The mom told me that there were lots of photos of different hairstyles so she wanted me to showcase those somehow.
I kept it real simple because I was squeezing so many photos onto here. The red letter stickers are from Doodlebug, black letters from American Crafts. The chipboard clock is from an old Creating Keepsakes kit I scored at a convention super cheap, and the tag is from 7 Gypsies. I think I got that patterned paper from Hobby Lobby.
Here’s a closer look:
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