Hi everyone! I wanted to try something a little different so I made this layout to go with the Take 5 challenge at Paper Issues.
Here is the list. I used pink, grey, cardstock, layers and a tag.
I knew I wouldn't use the heart paper in the Moonstruck as is, so the Martha Stewart heart punch was the perfect size to quickly cut out the hearts. Then I used a 1" circle punch on scrap paper and glued the hearts to it in a flower shape. I added a button in the middle of each flower. Now I could move the flowers around the page and decided on a wreath shape. I had a few extra hearts leftover so I made a smaller circle in the middle. The dreamy title fit nicely at the bottom so I pulled this picture of my daughter sleeping on the couch. She was half off the couch and her arm was twisted really weird. I used a journal card to explain the strange picture and added some feathers to go with the theme.
Pink Paislee: Moonstruck
Fine tip Sharpie pen
Martha Stewart heart punch
1" circle punch
Gold embroidery thread
Child free weekend means scrappy time! I got another layout done this time using the sketch at Stuck?! Sketches and some texture paste and stamping to join the challenge at Clique Kits. Here is the layout:
Here is the sketch:
I used texture paste and a stencil to create the horizontal and vertical lines (zoom in - I swear it is there!). I debated a long time if I should add some color or paper or stitching but in the end decided to keep it simple and subtle which is not my usual style! I stamped grey lines around the cluster to make it pop a little. The rest is layering die cuts.
Found some free time today so I chose to try-out a sketch from Creative Scrappers. Kristine always makes such interesting sketches. Here is what I made:
Here is the sketch:
I just love Carta Bella Christmas Delivery and was determined to make it work with this sketch. After moving papers around for way too long I realized flipping the sketch would work best. I wanted to use the snowflake paper because it matches the tablecloth in the photos. I snagged a title from the Silhouette Store and I think it came together pretty well.
I'm playing along with the Sketchy Saturday challenge at Paper Issues. I'm so glad I waited for the perfect collection to scrap this photo. My daughter's daycare sent me the pic. It shows off her super cute owl snowsuit and her kooky personality with her shades in winter.
Here is the sketch:
I used the super awesome Crate Paper Snow & Cocoa collection. I also grabbed some sequins and wood star from a Paper Issues swag bag.
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My brother and sister-in-law sent these fabulous Christmas cards this year so I just had to scrap it. Also helps that the plaid matches the Carta Bella Christmas Delivery collection perfectly. I'm so jealous that they are such skilled photographers and designers so for now I'll just mooch their photos for my scrapbook!
There are still a few days left to play along in the Paper Issues Facebook group with the mood board challenge. Here is the board (with the perfect plaid again):
The title is cut from a font from the Silhouette Store called Clandestine Existence.
First, I would like to say a huge THANK-YOU to Paper Issues for having me on their team. It was so much fun and I learned so much. I'm so sad that my work life is so busy. I had to make the hard decision to not renew my term. But, I will still do some designing on a smaller scale and hopefully come back some day when work calms down.
So let's look at my fave creations from this year. There's a lot of Simple Stories and Crate Paper in there! Didn't hurt that I also acquired a Silhouette Cameo at the beginning of the year.
Being off work for winter break means time to scrap! I made another layout for the Hazelwood Spotlight at Paper Issues. I posted it in the Facebook Friends and Fans group. This collection has these flowers that are so much fun to fussy cut. I also threw in a couple butterflies and word stickers from the Maggie Holmes Bloom collection.
Thanks for stopping by! You can use the code Carolyn for 20% off your order at Paper Issues before Jan. 1. Have a great day!