Sunday, September 22, 2013

First Bath

I have not scrapped many of my son's baby
pictures.  It was time to change that.
So yesterday afternoon I took out the patterned paper
I bought when I was pregnant I. '09 by 
Little Yellow Bicycle called Baby Safari
and got the pictures of mama giving her
first bath completed.  I die cut some sizzix
Flowers from orange cardstock to take up some
of the dead space and added faux stitching
to the triangles with my daisyds rub ons.
Yeah!  I had a lot of fun with that.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Time for at least

Today was just a day where I was inspired
to create a couple of cards.  The cooling weather
meant breKing out the fall stamps.  Nothing fancy
here.  Hope you enjoy!

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Gone Fishing

I totally CAS'd this card:

I have had these beautiful fishing stamps from
Lasting Impressions for years, but I always struggle
making a card with them.  When I saw the inspiration
piece, I knew I had to use those stamps.  They worked
perfectly.  I stamped everything in Adirondak's slate.
The edges have some slate ink as well to add definition.
The sentiment is from Stampendous.
These three embossed lines just add a little something,
don't they?
This card is very simple and incorporated some bling 
from my stash.  The patterned paper is from a
mat pad by K&Co. called Julianne.  The butterfly 
is a sizzix die and cut from some left over patterned
paper.  The sentiment is stamped using Adirondak
Black ink.  Katie& Co. made the stamp.  The card came together
pretty easily.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Scrapbooking Time

Scrapbooking has been my focus the
Last two weekends.  These pages were a
snap.  I have been using the papers from my
For The Record kit by We R Memory Keepers.
Those pages rock!  No need for much embellishment,
though I still can't help myself.

The Love that face page has alphas from 
Momenta and are a find from Big Lots
along with the stickers from the page.
The stickers are from firefly or from the kit.
I also added a block of post it notes from a set
by Real Simple.  Those post it's could be used
for anything.

The cowboy page repeats the paper from the
kit and letters from Momenta.  I used another 
Post it and stickers from the kit.  The heart idea
came from an issue of Creating Keepsakes.  I cut
a heart out using my George cartridge and Cricut.
Then I covered the heart with scrap Papers from
Mt stash.  I added a sticker and drew stitch
lines around the heart.

I love both of these pages.  Hope you have a great