My kids are playing hockey for the first time this year, and I love it! It's been so much fun to watch them have fun while learning a lot. Of course, I've taken a lot of photos. Here's my first of hockey layout of what I know will be many.
Rubons are coming back into style again, but Moxxie has never stopped doing them. That means they make some of the best, easy to apply seamless looking rubons. I especially love this "Hockey" title rubon, as it has a scuffed up ice look to it. So cool.
I needed a good space to journal, so I used my Silhouette to cut a hockey journaling tag from 17 Turtles. I layered it up with a die cut from Moxxie's Hockey to give it a little more interest.
I also had to add a few arrows on top of the Hockey die cuts here. Right now I know which kid is mine in the group, but years from now, I might not be able to. Seriously, they all kind of look the same with all their gear on!
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With the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday fast approaching, I knew the Autumn Glory line was perfect to make some place settings for the holiday. I'm usually the host in my family, so I like to make something decorative to put out. I decided to make a simple napkin holder and name place settings to add to the table.
First I made a napkin holder to add to each napkin in the place settings:
And some name tags for each person at the table. Everyone always feels special when they know they have a place at the table.
I took a 4x4 piece of cardstock, and folded it in half. I decorated the one side with a scallop punched border, added a center piece of paper. Then punched a 1.5" circle and fussy cut out a leaf from the the Foliage in Flight paper. Then added the names with brown alphas..
Pretty quick and easy for any hostess to add that personal touch to the dinner...
Thanks sooo much for stopping by and have a great day!!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!
Who's busy scrapping all of those memories from Halloween? I know I am! It's one of those things that if you don't get started, you'll never finish. This year, my hubby and I visited Six Flags Great America's Fright Fest with some friends. While there we came across the Attraction Graveyard. Since I have been going to Six Flags for so many years, I remember many of these rides. Actually, I remember when many of these rides were unveiled! There were so many that hit home with me, I ended up with a double page layout.
I used each of Moxxie's Halloween lines to capture these memories. The foundation is made up of All Hallow's Eve Nevermore and Midnight Dreary Dead on Arrival b-side. I also used the All Hallow's Eve Gone Batty b-side with a Tim Holtz embossing folder. As you can see, it came out great and really adds to the layout. Finally, in order to lighten the layout up a bit, I used the Zombie Attack Cutouts b-side to layer the embossed Gone Batty.
As I said, I have been going to Great America for quite some time. But, I was surprised to see that I actually had a photo of myself riding one of the rides found in the graveyard. Talk about scary!
In order to dress up the layout, I used a variety of embellishments from both the All Hallow's Eve and the Midnight Dreary collections. These two lines work together perfectly!
Hope you like the layout and that you have time to get your Halloween memories scrapped!
Hi all, I am stopping by today to share a fun winter page i made of my oldest daughter using the beautiful winterland collection. I just loved the pink snow gear my daughter was wearing in these pics. It just made the pink in this paper pop.
For the base of my page i used the "a" aka front -side of the frozen paper then matted the closeup pic in the "b" side of the same paper ( i happened to have more than one piece to do this) but here is my tip cause i have found myself many times loving both patterns but only one piece of paper. Razor cut out a little piece in a spot you know you will be able to cover with embellishments or solid cardstock later on and no-one will even know;) then i used the diecut borders and diecuts to anchor the picture. I then, added the winter and brrrr diecuts to the top of the photos with some stitching on winter and here and there around the page for texture. Lastly, I finished off the page with snowflake stickers i had in my stash. Make sure you get your hands on this beautiful collection today. Thanks for stopping by and happy creating! Jen T. :)
After Halloween, I'm anxious to scrap those pictures of costumes from the past. One year, my son was in love with all things Harry Potter. So for his Christmas present, we went to Orlando Florida's Universal Studios to the "Wizarding World of Harry Potter."
Moxxie has papers for that! The WIZARDY line is so warm and dark and fun.
This double page spread uses both the themed paper and stickers.
The first page is my boys entering the "Wizarding World of Harry Potter" which is awesomely realistic to the movie and page two is us eating authentic English vitals at Hogsmeade restaurant complete with Butter Beer.
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We, like most people, LOVE a good Disneyland trip!!! And, we always take a TON of photos!! We used to live out of state and so we never knew when we'd get to go back. Then we moved back to California, and got passes for a year, and we used them a ton!!! It was great. These are some older photos from a Disney trip back in 2009 of our older kiddos.
I used some of theMagical Moments line for the page, which is perfect for Disney photos!!! I attempted to freehand sew some Mickey ears on the side of the page... not sure it totally worked, but it was worth a try.
Good Morning! I have another layout to share with you! I used Moxxie's line Autumn Glory on a previous layout and totally fell in love with the gorgeous line. If you still haven't looked at it please take a minute to check it out HERE.Here is my layout.
I just love the elegance of this line. I cut off a quarter inch off the top and side of the top sheet, did some inking with Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distressing ink around the edges and layered it on top of a sheet of Doodlebug cardstock. I used some other sheets from the same line to layer the picture and create the side banners along with embossing and sanding down one the layers under the picture. Here's some close up's of some the embellishments and details.
For my journaling tag I used some 3D-Dots along the edges of the picture to pop it up and create a little slotted area for my tag to slide into.