Sunday, March 13, 2011

Super busy mid march

I just had a weekend all to myself to scrapbook and I got a ton accomplished. I finished 11 layout pages. And last week I did 5 pages and 1 card. Here are most of the layout from last week and this weekend. I am waiting for more daylight to photograph the last 4 pages.

My in-laws had to put down one of their dogs this week, so this is the card that I gave to my mother-in law on Saturday. The patterned paper is from American Crafts. The doilies were cut on the Silhouette using Bazzill cardstock. I inked the edges using Colorbox ink. The circle is from Bo-Bunny and I wrapped it using twine from The Twinery. The flower is from Prima.

I took pictures of both of my in-laws' dogs at Thanksgiving and I was planning on making layouts for my mother-in-law about each dog, but those plans got moved up after they put this dog down on Thursday. So I made a layout for each dog to give to her on Monday (tomorrow). I started with a Sketchy Thursday sketch for this layout. The background is Bazzill cardstock covered with a Slice Transparency from Making Memories. The patterned papers are from Graphic 45. The flower is from Prima. The cardstock for the journaling is from Bazzill. The trims are from Michael's (brown pom-poms) and Making Memories (ivory). The title, large shape & butterflies were cut on the Silhouette. The title cardstock is from American Crafts and Bazzill. The pearl drops are from Recollections.

This layout started with a Page Maps 2 sketch. The papers and stickers are all from Echo Park's Be Mine collection. I designed and cut the title with the Silhouette using Echo Park cardstock. The branches were also cut on the Silhouette using a design from their store. I sprayed the grey background cardstock with Pink Glimmer Mist.


Here I used a Page Maps sketch. The cardstock is from Doodlebug. The patterned papers and stickers are from Basic Grey's Eerie collection. The mesh circle and title were cut on the Silhouette using designs from their store. I used purple stickles on the word October in the title. The orange ric-rac is from Oriental Trading.


This is my take on an Alison Davis Volume 5 sketch. The kraft cardstock is from Recollections. The patterned paper, picture brads, stars and journaling shapes are from the Alphabet Soup collection by My Mind's Eye. The title is from Paper Wizard. The yellow brads are from Oriental Trading Company and I covered them with yellow stickles.


I started this layout with a Page Maps sketch. The papers are all from DCWV. I cut the title and leaves on the Silhouette using DCWV paper and designs from the Silhouette store. The journaling cards are from Oriental Trading Company. The button is from my stash and the twine is from The Twinery. I also used a Martha Stewart border punch.

Here I started with a Jana Eubank sketch. The papers and embellishments are all from the Merry Christmas collection from Echo Park. The title was cut on the Silhouette using a design from their store and Echo Park papers. The journaling pulls out. I also used an EK Success border punch.

I started this layout with a Page Maps 2 sketch. I used the Little Boy collection from Echo Park. I used an EK Success border punch for the circles and backed them with more patterned paper. I cut the scalloped circles and flowers using my Silhouette. The trim is from Jo-Ann's and the circles are actually iridescent in person.

I used a June 2009 Page Maps sketch for this layout. I used the Lilac House collection from Fancy Pants. The pink trim is from Fancy Pants (I believe). The twine is from The Twinery.

I used another Page Maps 2 sketch for this layout. I used the Happy Together collection from Fancy Pants for this layout. The ivory trim is from Making Memories.

So this is my in-laws' other dog. I started this with a Jana Eubank sketch. The patterned papers are from Basic Grey's Max & Whiskers line. The buttons are from Jo-Ann's and the twine is from The Twinery. The title, hearts & paws were cut on the Silhouette. I designed the title, but the shapes are from their store.

1 comment:

Drama queens mum (Kimberly) said...

Those are all great. I especially love the Falling leaves layout.

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