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Sunday, March 14, 2010

And From the Scrapbook Room

I needed a baby gift and someone online had shown a version of baby clothing closet dividers and I just thought they were so cute. I took the original idea and then created my own version. I loved the pp prints and was glad to be able to use them for something fun finally.
Supplies: PP DCWV Spring stack, cardstock various manuf., Numbers cut with my Cricut and Alphalicious, shapes cut from Doodlecharms and the hangers from Tags Bags Boxes and More. I used the Design Studio to get the sizing the way I wanted.
Oh my gosh my little grson A almost a year and a half ago when his Momma did a photo shoot in my basement. I had a whole other layout in mind (supplies that is) and got ready to glue down when I realized that the red in the photos didn't work with the papers and accents I picked so...into the stash I dug for these supplies. The red checked pp is a really old one and it has been one of the prints that I bought a bunch of and have used it over and over through the years.
I actually remembered to use my Cuddlebug this time, usually I don't think about it until the layout is complete LOL I just loved how it turned out when I sanded the Coordinations paper. Kind of like weathered suede our leather isn't it?
Supplies: pp from stash, cardstock mostly Coordinations, Cricut carts. A Child's Year,Graphicly Speaking and Lyrical Letters, sticker Storytellers Club


Supposed to be a quick St Pats day card but as usual it took longer than I thought it should have! LOL
I wanted to use the Studio G stamp I had bought from Archivers and of course my Cricut for a challenge and the color green, which isn't hard for me as I love all greens. When I used the Cuddlebug again on the clovers I sanded them and love the interesting effect it gave.
Supplies: Card base DCWV, pp DCWV Spring stack, cardstock from stash, Studio G Lucky stamp, CTMH Playful font stamps, ink CTMH and SU.

this is one of my most favorite pages I have done in a quite a while. I have always loved this paper and kit from Storytellers Club but it was supposed to be a "girls" kit and since I haven't had girly things to scrap in quite a while it has been waiting.
When DD did the pictures in 2008 she and her family ended up in the perfect colors for me to finally use this kit! I thought it would be a great background with all the movement and colors so I searched my stash for other papers that would be "right" I did use a few of the embellishments from the kit but really tried to let the photos speak for themselves.
Supplies: bkg paper and embellishments Storytellers Club, pp oldies but goodies from the stash, Title cut with my Cricut with Graphicly Speaking and Cuddlebugged. Ink from Colorbok
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5 comments:

Lynne said...

Very nice projects!! Thanks for joining us this week at Just Buggin Challenges!
Lynne JB DT

B+B said...

So cute! I just love those pages. Now your going to make me one of each so I can use them too right? I don't remember the last time I scrapbooked. I think it was when you were here last! Oh well thats life. I love the Shower gift too, so cute!

JustCrazy4Scrapen said...

Love the baby door hangers. You green creation is great also. Thanks for joining us at Just Buggin this week.

Lisa JB DT

Kandi Phillips said...

Awesome projects! Totally love the baby tags, I may have to borrow this idea for a friend of mine! ;) Your shamrock is gorgeous with the embossing and sanding! Thanks for joining us at Just Buggin!

Kandi *JB DT*

Mindy (Scrappy and Piggy) said...

your projects are great! I love the baby clothes dividers what a great idea and I also love how you embossed the shamrock on your green card. thanks for joining us at just buggin!