Tuesday, February 22, 2011

3 girls

I'm in a "pick up whatever's on my desk and scrapbook it" kinda mood lately. 3 of those photos have been 5x7's of my husband's granddaughters. I may have already even scrapbooked these pics but who cares! LOL



Paper: Kaiser (i think)
"Sweet": K&Company
Felt cupcake: Basic Grey
Girl chipboard letters: I take all my letters out and sort them, so no more packaging!
Journaling block: Making Memories
Border punch: Martha Stewart



Paper: Basic Grey
Journal block: Making Memories
Chipboard: basic grey



To make the ruffle, I cut out my cardstock and put several stripes of heavy duty glue from my ATG along the edge. I then "ruffled" my ribbon by folding back and forth. I didn't want it to look perfect. I also made sure that the ends were folded towards the back when finished. I then stuck it to the page and used my sewing machine to zig zag around the edge. That sucker's never coming up! ;) Then, add letters!


I love this layout it looks more involved than it really was, and yes, I still have an owl fetish. Sue me!

Paper: Best creations
Ribbon: Hobby Lobby
Letters: K & company
Flower: Brenda Walton - K & Company
Sticker letters: Doodlebug
Cardstock: DCWV

All of these pages were super fast. I'm leaning right now towards less techniques and more "getting it done"

Friday, February 4, 2011

My family tree is full of nuts!

I know.. I haven't posted a page in like FOREVER. I have still been scrapping tho. I'll have a lot of pages to share over the next few days!


My family tree is full of nuts!
(because it's true)

My step-son Chris is a goofball, and I needed to share that with the world. LOL.

When I found this paper, I fell in love! I have a soft spot for squirrels. Especially cute funny ones.



Paper: Carol Wingert Fine Arts (never heard of them!)
Acorn diecuts: Cricut
Chipboard letters: Heidi swapp I think
Stamp (on letters): Autumn leaves
Pens: EK success