Sunday, April 29, 2012

LSHD layout challenge

I just finished this super cute layout for a challenge over at little scraps of heaven designs DT blog. I love their cut files they are just too cute! For this layout I used the sandbox play cut file and the title was from a font that was already on my computer. I used my cameo to make this. I added lots of faux stitching and pop dots to add that little extra something to this layout. The photo mats are sized for a 4x6 and a wallet size photo as well. Here is a list of what I used to make this layout:
Core dinations cardstock- various colors
Paper Adventure-Carolyn Holt Designs- Bluesy Shadow Wash (background)
sandbox play by LSHD
white pen
pop dots
black and brown marker

Hope you enjoy this and thanks for looking!

Happy Scrappin,

Designs on cloud 9 mini album challenge

I made this mini album this last week for a challenge over at Designs on cloud 9. The challenge was to use their free mini album file to create your own album. I love this file it made it so fast and easy to make! I made this album for my son who loves to build K'nex and thought this would give him a place to put the photos of the things that we build together. I used me cameo to make this album so this is my second project with it. Here is a list of items that I used to make this album:

Craft cardstock
Distress stickles-Peeled Paint
Pop Dots
green and orange ribbon
i-top brad maker
Recollections-Rockets 'n' Sprockets patter paper

Hope you all enjoy this simple but fun mini album!

Happy Scrappin,

Monday, April 16, 2012

Layouts from my first crop

I went to my very first crop ever at the end of March and had a fabulous time! I was able to put together these three layouts and also add photos to a mini album that I am making of our daughter's 6th birthday party. These layouts are 12x12 and each layout has a 5x7 photo and two wallet size photos as well. I used DCWV for the base of the first layout and the other two are fancy pants design. I kept these layouts very simple because I want to get frames and put them up in our hallway. Thanks for looking!

Happy Scrappin,