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I'm sharing more snow photos of my little one. We were up in Utah two years ago and visiting my sister and it just happened to snow. It was perfect for a snow photo op of my lil one getting her first taste of snow. The Winterland line is perfect for those snow day photos. (Enter to WIN them here) Watching her unsure reactions of what to think of snow, was probably my fave part.
I added some gesso and some mint and pink misting on the layout to match the line.
I am a huge fan of fussy cutting and cut several of the hexagons from the Snow Buddy paper and added them through out the page, along with some random machine sewing on some of the hexes. The blue snowflake paper strip is one from the bottom of the paper, and I just LOVE that you can use the bonus strip on your project somewhere.
I also added a few of the die cuts throughout the layout, along with the "Winter" one for my title work.
Thanks sooo much for stopping by today and have a great day!!!!
It's December and it's starting to get cold... December always reminds me of cold, scarfs, hot cocoa, and mittens. I pulled out some snow photos of my lil one and they were perfect to work with the Winterland collection. This was my lil one's first encounter with snow. It was so fun to watch and see what she did. She really didn't know what to think of it all.
I fussy cut out the arrow patterns on theFrozen paper and it reminded me of icicles.
I also got messy with some gesso and misting, totally reminding me of snow flurries. And used the snowflake border from the die cut sheet.
So bundle up, get out there and take some snow photos!!! I LOVE seeing them, esp since we don't get snow down here in southern California...
Hi, I'm here today to share a scrapbook layout with you. Moxxie's gorgeous new collection, Autumn Glory, was perfect for this page. My great-nephew, Milo, is dressed up as a gnome and sitting in a pile of leaves. He loved posing for the camera!
I used the Fanciful Flowers paper for the base of my layout. I think the cluster of flowers in the corner is so beautiful! I also love the distressed look to the background of this paper. Next, I cut banner pieces from the Season's Beauty paper, using the front and back of the paper. I added the word "Cutie" with the new White Alpha stickers and stapled the pennants to a piece of brown ribbon. I matted my photo onto a piece of gold cardstock.
Then I began die cutting. I cut leaves from Foliage in Flight, Season's Beauty and Bountiful Bouquet papers, inked the edges and folded them a little bit to add texture. I also cut a doily from the Bountiful Bouquet paper. I added the "Season of Change" and "fall frolic" stickers from the cardstock sticker sheet. Lastly, I fussy cut a flower from one of the stickers. I put the sticker on paper first to make cutting easier. The photo below shows how I clustered the items together.
I really love this new Moxxie line of papers and stickers! Autumn Glory is the perfect collection to use for fall photos!
Hi all, happy day!! jen t. here. I am stopping by today to share a fun mini album i made. I call it a flip paper bag mini album because it is made from paper bags and then when you get to the middle you flip it to see the other half, one side baby boy and the other baby girl.(you know, kind of like those story books that are 2 in 1 ) So i used that idea to make this mini for my friend who is having twins- a boy and girl so she could either put her sonograms pics or new pics on the album and in the pockets. For the paper I used, the Wee Ones collection is perfect for this project.
To start for this album, i kept the paperbags the full size. I then cut and trimmed the patterned paper to size only folding one paper bag 3/4 of the way (to make my middle) so that all pages front of that folded one are girl and all pages after the folded one are boy. I then took diecuts, stickers and scraps of my patterned paper left to make a couple tags and make framed pages as for photos to be accented by them later. I then, hole punched two holes thru all the bags and threaded ribbon thru it to bind it together. I then, embellished with my enamel dots and a couple plastic rocking horses to add simple interest to the mini.
Font of girl cover
middle divider page
other side (boy cover)
Thanks for stopping by and happy creating!! Jen t.
Hi all, Jen t. here. I am stopping by today to share a card i made using the moxxie wee ones line. So lately i am kind of on a gate fold making kick once i realized how easy they are to make i can't stop . lol!
First, start with a 12x12 sheet of paper and cut it down the middle to make two 6 x12 pieces. Now you have two cards. Take the one piece and score it at three and nine inches and fold in . For my card i used the die cut flourish as a flower bottom and attached it to the edge of the card and then scalloped die cut as a flower top. I then, added a die cut that i trimmed with my scallop punch on to the middle and added a lil bird sticker. Next, I grabbed a turquoise water based marker and rubbed it around the edges to make the colors pop. For the inside of the card I added a piece of the grey chevron patterned paper and layered more fun die cuts and stickers.
I am super excited about theMoxxie "Wee One" collection. Since I happen to have a little one also, I have too many photos that need to be scrapped. In fact, I never get sick of scrapping photos of her. I actually refound this photo of her, she's almost two and a half, so I left it out to be scrapped. I used mainly the girl papers from this line for my layout.
I fussy cut out the little baby on the umbrella, and free hand cut a heart, added some extra stitching to it:
I also fussy cut out the pattern from the Butterfly Kisses paper:
And added a splash of misting with a few distressed edges for more of a shabby chic look to the page: