Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Better Together Layout

It was a long weekend so I found some extra time to scrap. I decided to use one of the new, free, cut files at Paper Issues. Then, I decided to use up my You Are Loved papers. The combo worked well with this picture of my daughter and her friends in their dress-up clothes.

I'm joining the Cut It Up challenge at Paper Issues since I used one of their new files. I'm also joining the challenge at Clique Kits which is Anything Goes.
Bella Blvd: You Are Loved
Black Cardstock
Thickers: Amy Tangerine - You + Me
Crate Paper: Cute Girl (chipboard and tags) and Heart Day (cactus)
Silhouette Cameo and Paper Issues cut file
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Monday, February 20, 2017

Castles In The Sand Layout

I can't wait for the beach weather to hit! At least I have these summer memories and beachy paper to keep me busy. I made this layout with the Paper House Productions Paradise Found Cruise Kit. Check out their blog for some instructions and links to all the products like 3D stickers and the shell acetate.
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Sunday, February 19, 2017

A Whole New World Layout

Still plugging away at my Disney album. I wanted to use the new Simple Stories Love and Adore collection so I grabbed these two pictures of Jasmine with matching colours.
I cut out the top and bottom portions of the paper and attached it to white cardstock so I could layer items and have a bit more dimension.
The "Working Title" challenge at Paper Issues gave me the idea to use a song as the title. Otherwise, I would've just used the name Jasmine. I like this much better! I'm also joining the challenge at Clique Kits this month which is Anything Goes!
Simple Stories: Love and Adore
Gold paint
Black and white cardstock
Magic carpet PNG
Font is called Housewife in the Silhouette Store
Silhouette Cameo
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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Fave Hats Layout

Hello everyone. Today is my first layout with Paper House Productions! I'm so excited to show you all the fun products they have. Today I'm using the Hello Baby Girl collection. I went back to my first box of scrapbook photos and grabbed two that I had yet to scrap of my daughter.
I used a stencil to trace and cut the borders. I cut out the centers of the papers to make frames. The bursts are the manufacturer's strips. The rest is topped off with the super awesome puffy stickers.
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Saturday, January 28, 2017

Hello Layout

It appears I forgot to blog about this layout. I made it for Scraplift Sunday at Paper Issues a few weeks ago. We lifted Mary Ann Jenkins. Here is mine:
I began by selecting this piece of paper from a pile on my desk. I love the woodgrain pattern and only bought this piece so I don't have the rest of the collection. I loved the other side and realized if I cut the top off and flip it, and then add the manufacturers strip, I have a layout with one piece of paper! I used a card from my Paper Issues swag bag to give some pops of red. All the other embellishments were from a swag bag and the title is Dear Lizzy.
Shimelle Go Now Go
Dear Lizzy Thickers
Fancy Pants Me-ology Stickers
My Mind's Eye Enamel Dots
Bella Blvd Fall sticker

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Another Dream Layout

I was inspired by the challenge at Creative Embellishments this month. I used the picture to help me choose a cut file and the Moonstruck collection works great with the dream theme. This is my second dream layout in a row!
Here is the inspiration picture. Numbers also had to be used.

I used the negative cuts to fill some of the spaces with pink. I used gesso on the Creative Embellishments chipboard and then Heidi Swapp Colorshine.

Pink Paislee Moonstruck
Silhouette Store cut file
Creative Embellishments title
Michaels flowers
Heidi Swapp Colorshine

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Dreamy Layout

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.
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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
White buttons
Fine tip Sharpie pen
Martha Stewart heart punch
1" circle punch
White cardstock
Gold embroidery thread

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