Today I want to share a few of the projects I've made with the newest lines.
This fun layout using the new Magical Moments line was a based on a sketch from My Scraps & More sketches. Such a fun design and so easy to use the great graphics on the paper as my main design element.
This one from the All Star Baseball line was super fun to put together! I love these photos of my son doing his "thing" at catcher. He really loves it and this line makes it so easy to build a great page of memories.
And my favorite line from the release, Fastpitch!
I just LOVE this line! The colors are fantastic and play to the sport not team colors, so it really goes with whatever color your team may be.
I created this fun page using the line and it's fun quotes.
I think this is my favorite project with the line tho. I love this fun spin on a new song and had a blast making these for my daughter's softball team this season.
This is my last post as the Moxxie co-ordinator.
I'm definitely sad to go. My love for the Moxxie company, products and people I have had the privilege of working with will be lasting.
I love this craft and the friends I've made through it.
Just for fun, I thought I'd leave you with the layout that got it all started for me and it's still one of my favorites:
Hello and good morning.... I'm sharing a layout with you using the All Star Baseball collection. My son is a huge baseball lover and enjoys playing the game, esp his position of catcher. He started playing a few years back and just loves the action of catching, and we've really seen him improve at it this year, esp playing on the large field.
I decided to use a chevron focal point down the side of the page, pointing to the word baseball:
I used a red pen to outline some layered circles to focus in on the photo:
I have to say I am sooo in LOVE with this line, it's great and so fun to work with. Thanks sooo much for stopping by and have a great day!!!!
Moxxie's new line "All Star Baseball" is a smash hit. It is great for baseball AND perfect for patriotic pages celebrating America.
These pictures of my friend's son are so perfect for this line. Though I'm planning some 4th of July pages with these star spangled papers as well! This was an easy page to put together thanks to the easy to use Moxxie stickers and papers.
I love that Moxxie prints on the backside of the strips that tell the company and line. I used the strip with "baseball" over and over that is attached to the blue paper here. I also love that MOXXIE is so trendy and plays with the current cool arrows that I repeated with textured gesso on the page. I added some pop dots, distressing and journaling and I had myself a home run!
Today is the last day to enter to WIN one of our newest lines!You can find the entry post HERE.
Hello and good morning....
I'm sharing a layout with you using the All Star Baseball collection. One of my favorite things to do, is watch my son's baseball games, esp now that he is older, I love how intense the games get and it's so nice to just be out at the baseball field.
I used the All Star Cut out banner and then added some sticker and word strips on it:
And I added the "baseball" word strip, which is for the bonus strip from the bottom of the page:
I then added a cut in half baseball sticker and made some pennants to hang down, and topped it off with some stitching:
This line is perfect for all those baseball, coach pitch, tball pictures that you have ready to scrap.
Thanks sooo much for stopping by and have a great day!!!!
I used the awesome Fast Pitch line, of course. Specifically the back side of the cutouts page. From the moment I saw that stitch print I knew I wanted to use it to do something fun for my daughter and her teammates.
So I used it as the base and worked up the rest of my quote and elements between my computer and my silhouette. I love Megan Trainor's song It's all about the Bass, but being a softball player, the first thing that comes to mind for me is BASE! lol
So I used my computer and some yellow doodlebug cardstock to create the top portion, then designed my own home plate on my silhouette and cut it from some plain white cardstock and then, slightly larger, from some black cardstock.
I ran the white plates through my printer to add the rest of the quote and then added ink and some fussy cut softballs from the front side of the cutouts page. I made a total of 15 and added some little Baby Ruth candy bars to all of them.
And here's a photo of my girl doing what she loves!
and a beautiful time of year to share with you our 2015 Spring Releases!
Make sure you read to the bottom to find out how to WIN one of these fantastic NEW lines!!
To start you off we'll show you the ever so fabulous and highly popular
All Star Baseball line!
It's a Home Run hit with this line! Not only does it cover all the bases (get what I did there?) for your favorite baseball player, but the B-sides of this line are perfect for celebrating this July or any other patriotic moment. Plus, what's more American that Baseball?
Next up we have the ever so popular Magical Moments!
This fun, bright, starlit line is sure to be a big hit with the little and big kids alike!
This line covers all of your magical moments at home or on vacation.
Last, but totally awesome, is the Fast Pitch line!
This line has the perfect colors and sayings to make your awesome player the star of the page just like they are on the field! Balls, stitched patterns and fun sayings, this line is off the bat and outta the park!
Join us in showing off these fun new lines!
You can leave a comment on each of our designers' blogs for an extra entry into our giveaway.
Some of these photos are sneak peeks, but all of the details for each project will be on their blogs so just click their name to head over and check them out.
Hello! Samantha here today to share 1 sketch and 2 layouts from that sketch. Here is the sketch I created and will be working with for my layouts today:
I thought it would be fun to show you how versatile sketches can be. I often say that just changing the paper collection makes the layout completely different. Today, I'm going to take that one step further to show that even if you use the exact same paper collection, you can end up with very different layouts.
I have pictures of both of my boys with their class for this past year's homecoming prep rally parade. Choosing papers was as easy as reaching for Grid Iron. For my first layout, instead of creating a title, I used a strip of Grid Iron that had one on it for me already!
My second layout uses the same sketch and Grid Iron, but choosing different papers within the collection can give you a very different looking layout.
The biggest change I made to the sketch for this layout was using a vertical photo. I even repeated the use of the "Team Spirit" stickers as an accent piece.
Do you use many sketches when you scrap? If you decide to use this one, I'd love to see what you do with it!
Ange here today and I am SO excited to show you one of our newest lines!!!
Today I'm going to share with you a project I made using the brand NEW All Star Baseball line!
Look at this!
Don't you just LOVE those papers?
And after you're done scrapping some totally rocking baseball pages you can flip your scraps over and go with some fun 4th of July or patriotic pages. This line is AWESOME!!
In my family we do a lot of softball and baseball so I was ecstatic to get these new lines and jumped right into creating this layout:
I started with Play Ball as my base adding inked barcode strips from Play Ball and All Star Cutouts and the bat and ball strip from the cutouts paper also. Then I added mist to the page and started arranging my photos on the page.
I had a lot of fun using the cutouts sheet for my photo mats. The ball stitching along my main photo was cut off a journaling card.
A title is really easy to put together with the awesome sticker sheet!
Some of my favorite stickers on the sheet are the chevrons. They are great for pointing out things you might miss just glancing at the photo. Like the ball in my main photo or the ball in my son's catcher mitt in this photo.
The red alphas are perfect for this line. I love the way you can put them down and then move them a little if you need (like when you forget a t ;) )
Ask your favorite local scrap store when they're getting the NEW All Star Baseball line in from Moxxie.