Friday, June 29, 2012
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Another layout for Cookin' Up Creations Birthday Bash. Challenge # 1 -- Use a list in your project. You should stop and join in all the fun. Lots of challenges and prizes.
Ok, so this layout need it's own video soundtrack to go with it. Here is the back story with it. My son Liam loves the Beastie Boys' song Sabotage. He loves the video even more - not sure if it's the cars, moustaches, sunglasses or the 70's vibe of it all. So, one night I hear him singing along to the song. I come into the dining room to find him making a video to this song. he stops it long enough to ask me to pretend to punch him for the drama part of his mini movie.
Items used to create this layout are:
Pattern Paper: Tim Holtz - Retro Grundge
Polaroids, Camera & List Journaling block: DCWV Snapshot Stack
Letters: Thickers - Felt Pajamas
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Tea Dye
Trimmer: Fiskars USA
Adhesive: Tombow Pop dots: Recollections
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Another layout for the Cookin' Up Creations Birthday Bash Challenges. For challenge # 8- Old Toys: you had to use your old stash and a paper piecing. The pictures I used are old also. They are of my eldest daughter she was 2 years old in the pictures. She is now almost 23yrs. old.
Items I used to create this layout:
Cardstock - purple, white & fushia
Pattern Paper - (Didn't have a name on it. was gifted to me long ago)
Heart doilie - Wilson Cake
Ribbon & Letters - Ki Memories
Fabric Tape - Cloud 9
Lace & Ric-Rac - Offray
Buttons, bead, heart pin.
Punch & Deco Scissors - Fiskars
Ink - Studio G - Fushia
Stamp - Autumn Leaves
Ticket - Free Printable from Sweetly Scrapped
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
As I mentioned I've been creating projects for the challenges over at Cookiin' Up Creations forum. For Challenge # 4 - (use 3 pictures of the same event and 3 hand cut embellishments) I created this cute layout of my girls and best friend Benymarie. These girls are so silly they fell in love with those glasses with moustaches on them.
Items used to create this layout.
Martha Stewart - Classic Woodland Pad -Double sided Pattern paper(Teal & White/Teal Floral)
DCWV - Snapshot Stack (Word Bubbles and sub-title)
Heidi Grace Pattern paper Reagan's Closet -(Teal with hearts)
KI Memories Pattern Paper- Time Graph - (white with dash lines)
Provo Craft - Summer Sky (Speckle paper)
Miss Elizabeth Pattern Paper - (Herringbone)-Dollar Tree
Photocopy of Moustache Duct Tape
Cardstocck - Black & White
Miss Tina - Journaling Card (Free Printable)
Miss Elizabeth - Chipboard letters - Dollar Tree
Studio G Ink - (Teal)
Tim Holtz Distress Ink - (Tea Dye)
Zig Millennium Journaling Pen - (Pure Black)
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
I created this layout for the Birthday Bash at Cookin' Up Creations. The pictures of my neighbor's little boy were perfect for this challenge. The Have your Cake and Eat it too. You should stop by and join them in the celebration and challenges. Prizes and fun for everyone.
Friday, June 1, 2012
The month of May was filled with lots of fun activities for our family. We had Mother's day, school functions, Our youngest daughter was inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. Then there was a few birthdays -- my hubby's, several other family members and 2 neighbor friends (One of which I have become so very close to).
She (Norma) loves all things Betty Boop. So, for her birthday gift I created a mini envelope album. I decided to keep it simple because she doesn't scrapbook and finds it very intimidating. I figured this would be a great way to get her into scrapbooking. After, receiving her album she wants to create one of her children and grandson.
I love the way envelope album give you pockets to hide journaling on minis.