Be sure to head on over to the Lollipop Press website and snag this mega kit! It's a bright and cheery Christmas line that will give you lots of holiday joy.
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
I'm in the Holiday mood. Here are two projects that reflect that.
First, using the Nutty Buddy line...Place Cards for Thanksgiving!
Next, using the Dapper Man line...Christmas tags.
Want more ideas? Check out the Lollipop Spot!
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Here are two projects I did with the English Garden and Monsterocity line. Just some ideas on how to use it on something other then layouts
Be sure to check out Lollipop Press if you like what you see and want to see even more. Plus Monday there will be two new lines!
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
I used English Garden for this "bride to be" layout. I love the elegant designs and pretty colors.
This is the Monsterocity line. I think originally it was meant for boys, but I loved the colors and design so I just had to use it. It turned out great for a Halloween page.
This is another one from the Monsterocity line. Worked great for camping.
Monday, October 18, 2010
This one was inspired by our new baby. She was so fun to watch in the ultrasound and we got some cute profile pictures that I just had to scrap. I used AC's new City Park pattern paper, cardstock, thickers, ribbon and accents.
Bliss indeed! I loved the Dear Lizzy line that Richard worked on. It's bright, enchanting and fun to use. I used it in the next two layouts.
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
I have recently been accepted to join a new Design Team. The company is Lollipop Press and is run by a new friend Amber Winward. She rocks as a graphic designer and scrapper, plus a million other things. Make sure you check out the blog and look for some great new projects and PRODUCT!!!
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
So the story behind these layouts is that they came from the same sketch. Basically I started working on a circular sketch and was having some trouble with it. I ended up with one layout that had nothing to do with the original sketch and one that is a bit closer.
This one took forever. I used rub-ons and put them all over the two pink cards. I like the end result, it just took forever. Happy scrapping!
Friday, April 23, 2010
Two more layouts. I have to give myself a small pat on the back. So far I'm staying on top of my pictures.
The colors in this layout were inspired by a room I saw in Martha Stewart's Living magazine. I loved how they looked together. I think if I were to go back and redo this page I would put all three pictures across the top. I used mostly AC cardstock, AC details, AC fabric thickers and Basic Gray pattern paper.
This was a different layout for me. I like the circles and played it up a bit by using the ribbon bunching technique around the edge of the big circle. You can't see in the picture but I sprayed Glimmer Mist around the big circle. Everything is American Crafts other then the star punch that comes from Fiskars.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
I've been working on a family album. A lot of my inspiration has come from KP. I've said it before I think she rocks! Hope your creative juices start pumping.
The two camping layouts I used Cosmo Cricket's Earth Love line. The colors worked perfect for that rustic outdoors feel. I also used masking tape to add little bits of detail. Of course American Crafts product is used through out mostly in ribbon.
Richard designed the Heat Wave line with our friend Nichole at AC. I love the bright colors and fun summer feel. It worked out perfect for my Fourth of July pages. My husband is amazing!
These last two layouts are for my Sketchbook class. I love the color palettes on both layouts and really just had fun. So now that you have seen my latest get to work on yours. As always Brecreative!
Monday, April 12, 2010
I took Kelly Purkey's Sketchbook class and loved it. She mentioned doing another and if you like to scrapbook and want tons of ideas you should totally take it. Here are three of my layouts.
I still have more to do so stay tuned in!
I used a mixture of American Crafts and Basic Grey products.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
When you have a baby you get these tiny little receiving blankets that come in a pack of 4 or five. They are really cute, but as I mentioned tiny. Adelaide got some and we never used them when she was small enough. I loved the colors and patterns and thought "Hey those would make a cute quilt!" So a quilt I made and it turned out better then I thought it would. You all know that I'm not a quilter, but I really enjoyed this project and now Adelaide has a super cute Spring quilt.
I will hopefully be posting more scrapbook pages soon. I've been working on Adelaide's book and I'm in a great online class given by Kelly Purkey. She rocks so you should check her blog out.
Happy creativity to all!
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
I'm slowly putting together my little lady's baby book. Below are two pages that I put together the other day. The first one has a photo of her little feet. I love baby feet and pictures of them (not sure why). I wanted to keep it basic, clean and simple. I used cardstock, pattern paper to border the picture, made the ruffles out of a lace paper punch, fabric thickers and simple ribbon with a little bow.
In this layout I used cute pattern paper from Pebbles. It was so easy to keep this layout simple because of the paper. I just cut around the big flowers and used them to secure the picture.
The adorable sticker says it all!