Hi, Joan here, sharing a page featuring my great-niece Aria. She is wearing bunny ears and I think she looks adorable!
For this page, I used Moxxie's Springtime line. I also used the new Turquoise alphabet to add Aria's name to the bottom of the photo. I punched flowers, inked the edges and then added gems to the centers. The flowers were pop dotted to add dimension. I also pop dotted banner stickers to the upper corner of the page to make a small banner. Lastly, I sprinkled sequins on the page.
The Springtime line has such lovely colors and designs - perfect for Easter photos! Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.
I met Sarah in the 7th grade when I felt like a nerdy outcast and she was the popular flirt. Despite distance (we both moved in high school), we kept in touch. I was her Maid of Honor and she was mine. This picture is when she came to visit me when my youngest was born. It is so nice to have a friend who knows where you came from and sees the evolution of who you are.
To showcase this photo, I used MOXXIE's Springtime line filled with juicy, happy colors. The vibrancy of the line sings to me of friendship and youth.
I smeared paint on the background, then stamped over with more paint. Layered on the pretty Springtime papers and used MOXXIE letters that coordinate so well. A few embellishments here and there and the page was a breeze.
Hello Sunshine! Are you ready for Spring?? I seriously can not wait. The snow piles outside are too tall and are all dirty now. The temperatures are so cold and the winds never seem to stop. And for some reason, there hasn't been any sun in months. I've never seen that happen. It is grey skies all the time. So yes, I am ready for Spring!!
It's crazy to think that Spring is on it's way and creeping up on us so quickly. I decided to grab the Springtime collection and scrap an older Easter photo of our family (photo of when we were just a family of four).
Usually I totally distress up my pages, but with the bright colors and soft feel, I decided to go with a "clean" look to the page and papers.
I punched out a few butterflies to use as accent embellies along with just two word sticker strips:
and added some stitching around the border of the page:
Thanks sooo much for stopping by and I'm super excited for those spring colors to start popping up.
Hi, Joan here to share a layout featuring my three great-nephews and great-niece. I enjoy these little ones so much and I feel very lucky to be part of their lives.
I used paper from the Springtime line to cut out the following: the large shamrock, the light green circles to back the letters and also the blue paper. The dark green paper (bottom layer) is from the Winery line. I used the brown alphabet letters for the title (photo below).
Moxxie's new Springtime and Winery lines are both fantastic! I love how this page turned out!
Did you know that St. Patty's day is right around the corner? Do you celebrate it? If so, what do you do? I'm always looking for some fun new ideas! :) We really don't do much, I either prepare dinner or a treat and turn it green. It's not much but the girls have fun with it!
The layout I want to share with you today goes right along with St. Patty's day. It's a picture I took of my husband with our girls last fall. We were doing a back to school photo shoot but you never pass up an opportunity to get pictures of everyone together! Love these people in the picture! I'm so lucky to have them in my life.
I started out with using a sheet from Moxxie's new Springtime line as my base. Lately on my layouts I've been cutting down my designer paper by 1/4" to 1/2" along a side and top and then adhere it to a sheet of cardstock giving me a nice framed look. Speaking of framing, I did a little bit of with washi tape around my picture. I then cut out my clovers and part of my title on my Silhouette. For the first part of my title I used some of Moxxie's White Alphas.
I've also added some sequins randomly and a bit of bakers twin behind my work Lucky and stapled the ends down with some green staples.
Then here I layered a clover on top of kraft clover and centered them with a button flair.
Right, it's Spring? I hope we can be sure now. I'm ready for warm weather, flowers, and sunshine! That gets me to the project I have to share with all of you today.
This is me and my little man. Isn't he a cutie? We are enjoying the glimpses of Spring and there's no better way to scrap these memories than with Moxxie's Springtime line. It's just beyond gorgeous!
I paired the collection with a puzzle board that I picked up at my local craft store. After spray painting the base and pieces gold, I covered a few of the pieces with the b-side of Moxxie's Songbirds (actually, I used the remainder of what I had left from under the a-side), and the b-side of Moxxie's Take Flight. Once I attached the paper to the puzzle pieces, I sanded the edges and inked them with Peeled Paint Distress Ink from Ranger for a more polished look.
For the base of the layout, I used that a-side of the Songbirds (top half) and the a-side of the In Bloom (bottom half). For a bit of dimension, I distressed the edge of the In Bloom and inked it with the Peeled Paint Distress Ink.
All the stickers and cut outs used in the layout are also from the Moxxie Springtime collection. To add some shine, I applied Glossy Accents to the butterflies and the song bird. It's a small touch, but when it hits the light, it makes a huge difference.
I hope you like this project! It was a lot of fun to put together and (I think) well worth the effort. Now, I just need to find a place on my wall to hang it!