Here we are with another installment of Paper Hoarders DT. Thank goodness for them keeping my mojo flowing, because I'm having a hard time finding time on my own. :) :) The theme this week was a spring layout with flowers and pastel colors. I didn't include any pics yet because my printer was NOT cooperating. I had a big ol' paper stack that I'd picked up for a project that was long finished and left me with a ziploc baggie of scraps....I thought this was a great way to use up tons of patterned scraps. Whatcha think?? :)
Tuesday, March 13
I had so much fun with all the layers on this layout: 2 patterned papers, tons of stickers, 2 types of ribbon, lace and even some stitching. It was inspired by Scrapbookers Anonymous's challenge to use lots of stickers. I had this sheet of 3D stickers in my stash (I am betting it's at least 3 years old!!) that just got pushed aside once I got my cricut. I thought they went perfectly with the pictures of our last summer hurrah before school started back up. We went with my aunt and my cousin to a local farmstead park. It was such a blast. I'm also sharing this with All Sorts: flowers challenge.
Monday, March 12
I so love this photo of my hubby and my son. It was actually taken at an event that I already scrapped, but this picture was worthy of a layout all it's own. Between hubby's work schedule and my son's camera shyness...I may never get another pic like this!!
The paper is the Art Nouveau Line by Dream Street Papers and the embellies are leftovers from my MME Stella Rose set. I think my favorite part is the pleated circle. Which was inspired by the challenge over at My Time To Craft this week. I'm also sharing it with Crafty Creations: Stripes challenge.
Friday, March 9
We are back with another installment of Paper Hoarders DT work. This was supposed to be for pictures I had of last Easter, but I got a little glimmer mist happy and wasn't paying attention and accidentally sprayed the #s for 2012, so this year's layout it is!! Haha. Hopefully I can remember that I need to take lots of landscape orientation photos next month. :) The theme for this week was use a traditional Easter shape (bunny, egg, basket, etc). Thanks for looking. :)