Monday, December 22, 2008

A Park Layout

Since it is 11 degrees out with who knows what for a wind chill temperature, I thought I'd post a nice summery layout. This was a layout where I got to use up paper, ribbon, and borders that I have had for years. It fit the colors from these park pictures perfectly! I downloaded the template for the curved picture collage from Creating

Friday, December 19, 2008

Hold on to this

This was a challenging layout to do. I tore the heart out of the middle, and then tore another inch off the edges. I poked holes around its perimeter and the perimeter of the bigger heart. I needled stitched pieces through to connect the matching holes and tied knots at each end. Hopefully this makes sense-maybe the description with the picture will help :)

Wednesday, December 17, 2008


I haven't been doing much scrapbooking lately. I was in a car accident last week that has stifled my creativity! I didn't want anyone to think I'd abandoned my blogging post, so I have been pulling out some of my old favorites. Since we are anticipating an ice storm tomorrow, I thought a winter layout would be appropriate! The snowflakes are pretty glittery rub-ons and I think they are why I love this page!

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Another Jennifer McGuire scraplift

This is another layout from the Jennifer McGuire blog that I loved. As I worked on this it was a challenge for me to leave the white space as it was, I guess I don't do a lot of white space!

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Duck Quilt

I wanted to give this page a quilted look as it was about a quilt. I ended up putting some quilted looking patterned paper onto the cardstock back page-it was originally solid pink with the green polka dot background. It was about a 20 minute page from beginning to end!

Saturday, December 6, 2008


This is a layout I did from Becky's Sketch in Creating Keepsakes. The rubons are from Karen Foster. I distressed the edges of the navy paper with my CTMH distresser.


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