Look how big her little belly is getting! She is all baby though!
Thanks for peekin' in on me! Have a great evening!
The base paper is an olive color that I picked up on one of the sale tables at Get Scrappy. The distressed yellow paper is from Basic Grey but I am not sure of the name of that one but I know that it was new a few years ago. See the corners? I used a corner rounder to give it a different look.
Here is a close up of the rub on. Stampin Up came out with rub ons last year and I just love them. The come off onto your project so easily. I was going for a simple yet elegant look for this layout and this rub on gave me just the right effect.
This verse is actually an eyelet...well I should say you punch a hole and on the back of the metal square is the stick part of the eyelet so you push it through the hole and then flip your paper over and set the eyelet with your eyelet tool. Pretty nifty huh? I picked these up at Michael's. The three little flowers are another rub on from SU.
Well that is pretty much it about my layout in a nutshell! Thanks for peekin' in! Enjoy the weekend!
Hi friends! Hope you are having a great weekend. We have been busy this weekend hosting family from out of town and you know sometimes life just gets busy. Here is a page layout that I managed to put together this week This is Easter 2007 and I got the layout idea from one of the Becky Higgins sketch books. The cardstock is Bazzil and the patterned paper is Doodle Bug.
Here is a close up of the 3-D sticker embelly's. These are from Jolees I just thought I would group a few of them together down by my journaling and then again up top by my title.
Here is a close up of the title. The word Easter is cut using the Cricut machine and the Alphalicious cartridge. I used a few of the sticker embelly's to enhance the title here too.
Here is a picture of my Cricut machine (with the Alphalicious cartridge). It is the smaller machine but I really do like it. I have had the opportunity to use the Cricut Expressions (the 12x12 machine) and it really nice but at the time when I bought my machine I didn't want to spend $300, which is how much the Expressions was selling for. Now though I think you can pick it up for around $200. If you are interested in the Cricut machine I would definitely invest in the Expressions versus the smaller one.
Hey...can you keep a secret? Yesterday I was flipping channels and ran across HSN and they were showing a camera . A Fuji, which I have heard from a photographer I knew that came into a retail scrapbook store I used to work at, that Fugi is one of the best cameras in his opinion. So anyway, I kept watching all the details of the sale, it is a 10 mega pixel, 15x optical zoom. They showed some shots that you can take with this camera and it was simply amazing. One of the challenges that I have is getting good shots from a distance away. Like for example at the kids programs. And this camera was such a good deal...so, I BOUGHT IT...but SHHHH don't tell my hubby. I have been very good lately and have not been spending on frivolous things so this was my little splurge for myself. I should have it by spring break. Perfect timing! Here's a picture of the little guy. I can't wait to use it!
Well thanks for popin' over to see me! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!