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!
When my daughter went off to college she attended a school right in the snow belt. Some days it was really cold and snowy walking to class - but that's just Winter in Ohio!!
For this scrapbook page, I used Moxxie's Winterland line. I love the beautiful colors of these papers!
For the background, I used the b side of Slip Slidin' and layered it to a piece of navy blue cardstock. Next, I used strips from many different papers and also barcode strips to form a 2-sided border for my photo. I made the border by weaving the strips together.
Then I added two snowflakes die cut from Snow Buddy, one from each side of the paper. Lastly, I added the word Winter from the Winterland diecuts sheet. This fabulous Moxxie line makes creating so enjoyable!!
Don't forget to comment to WIN this gorgeous line HERE.
When she was in high school my niece played volleyball. This page shows Karen after a game, smiling and happy because her team won.
I used Moxxie's new Volleyball line for this page. I began with the Ace Serve paper for the background and layered it to a piece of black cardstock. Next, I cut a photo mat from the Volleyball Rules paper. Then I punched the volleyball from the Volleyball Cutouts paper. A scallop circle was punched from the B side of Ace Serve. They were layered behind the photo. A small white doily was then added behind the photo mat.