I was so thrilled with how this turned out! Loved the papers and cut out pieces! The flowers are from Prima, the green wood piece from Kaisercraft painted green with Splash of Color green acrylic. The black tulle, blue hem tape, an heart tag are from my stash. I fussy cut the lower right of the background paper was cut out and popped glued and used to tuck in the tulle and ribbon behind. Loved the affect!
DCWV Stack was Vintage Lane and the lower right stamp pieces, and banner flag were all cut from the stack as well as the dark 12x12 border, and "Italy" sheet. Hope you enjoy it.
I made this layout of old pictures I have wanted to get done, and because I LOVED this inspiration board, and especially the saying "This is so the Happy place" but I chose "One fine day, together". It was really "One fine day" and chose to use this title. Chose things I had from my stash like the Basic Grey ric rack, gold doily, button, fushia trim flowers, tissue paper, cardstock scraps, and cut the gold leaves under the flowers with a Martha Stewart fern punch. The "One fine day" from Robin's Nest, and Together is a Making Memories metal word, spray painted gold. So the gold and fushia colors are also from the inspiration board..
Scrap Our Stash Challenge: Sketch and inspiration board.
Red Carpet Studio Challenge: Because Paul Blart is taking on Art Thieves, let’s use sprays and any texture medium on our project. My modeling paste is Finnabar, and used it with the brick stencil, with Tattored Angels Cherish Pink sprayed over afterward.eieves, let’s use sprays and any texture medium on our project
Using Authentique Papers Radiant Collection I cut a hexagon shaped box from the Cricut Design Space Rose Box and topper with my Cricut Explore. I played all week trying to change things around till I came up with the finished project you see. The Cherish is a Making Memories aluminum word that I painted blue and dry brushed with a darker shade to match the color of the flowers of the papers. The gold butterfly is a German made piece I had in my stash. Love the thickness and usability of Authentique's fabulous papers. In the photo above you can see the cut that I made for the lid. Used the double sided yellow and pink paper for the roses.
Scraptique Boys Rule kit featuring a sketch, and Gin-X papers and Fabrix was a faster way to make 3 layouts for my children's albums and play a little catch up!! No matter how much I do there isn't enough time to scrap ALL my photos especially since I LOVE to take them!! I added some Heidi Swapp chipboard letters, Making Memories Metal letters for the word "of", and reconfigured the sketch slightly, and then laid my photos across both pages and cut down the centerline. Love the products that are offered in kits that we can't get in stores!!!
Now for the Scrap our Stash challenge, I have had these kits, and these pictures since 2009!!! Pretty bad, right? Nope, I've done worse. Here's my acostic for STAMP
S-sketch, Scraptique kit.
T-Two different fonts, Torn fabric, Title
M-Metal letters, "Magic of Family"
P-Polka-dot Patterned Paper, Plaid Patterned Paper Papercrafting Challenge Magazine #94-Spring cleaning of my old scrapbooking things and making new from my old stash!!!!
Here is my March Sketch Challenge layout of my adorable dog Ellie using the fabulous DCWV Limoncello Stack. Also used one sheet of DCWV Burlap to tie all three pics together and match the sketch. Hope you enjoy it.
Just like everything, time goes by and all the scrapbooking doesn't always get done so we get behind. No big deal. Just thought I would catch up on some wonderful documenting of things that have been good memories. I actually made two of these layouts for both of my boys but sharing just the one since they are practically the same. Supplies used: K & Co. Scouting kit from Hobby Lobby which included all the papers and stickers but the layout idea is mine. I fussy cut the arrow paper outline border out, and pop dotted it up on the black cardstock, and added the 3D stickers from the kit. The title was made on my Cricut Explore using the Doodletype cartridge. Papercrafting Challenge: Magazine Monday #91- Because of the "American Indian" feel of the arrows, and the black ground similar to the dark background in the pic. Scrap Your Stash Challenge: #24
S-Scout Stickers, T-tan cardstock, E-Eagle Scout layout, N-Numbers, C--cut out border circling the layouts, I-Iconic event of becoming an Eagle, L-Letters