At some point, I blinked and my baby was turning 23…that is a little startling!! We celebrated her birthday together this year since I was in the city for a workshop and it landed on just the perfect date. It was nice to be with her for her birthday…that doesn’t always work out. Brady got her an icecream cake, so I snapped this photo in my layout of her with the cake.
I love the layout design with the center circle focal point. It just seems very pleasing to the eye and gives a great starting point for building a layout. I decided to cut the circle using my Cameo and then back the circle with the bow embossed vellum paper from Carousel (from Crate Paper/Maggie Holmes). I popped up the overlay over the vellum using some craft foam, then completed the layout using products from Carousel. Check out the video link below for all of the layout details!
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Thanksgiving= family and food 🙂 That much I know to be true. My sweet sister and BIL invited Jordan and Paule to enjoy Thanksgiving with them. I was so grateful they could be together. My sister is an amazing cook…not even cook…chef! She snapped some photos and sent them to me, so of course I had to scrap them.
Here are some photos, a list of supplies and the process video!
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Becki Adams and I are collaborating on a mini series called Captured Moments!! I am beyond excited to work with Becki…she is incredibly talented and sweet!
For our first project, we decided to create a gratitude themed project. I am scrapping two photos of Bailey and Brady that were taken as part of a photo shoot for their engagement. The photos are so sweet and I couldn’t wait to get them on a page.
I was inspired by a Bella Blvd. layout by Kaye Rogers…at least that is the best info I could find on the layout on Pinterest. I love the design of that layout and it worked well for the photo sized I wanted to use and the products I wanted to include. I am using Echo Park A Perfect Autumn. I have linked the collection in a supply list below. I love this collection!
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I really love to make cards! I find making a card very therapeutic–it takes a very short time to create a simple card (a little work of art) that you can give to someone and make their day. Little acts of kindness in a crazy world…that makes a big impact!! Today I am giving you a little look at cards I have made and a link to my most recent process. I also have a Christmas series on YouTube for the next month or two…we will see how it goes 🙂
I have a class over at Big Picture Classes called “Crazy Cards For Kids”. It’s a fun class sharing card making tips and tricks.
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Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today!! It’s a tough time to be super positive; however, it’s a great time to think about what we are thankful for…
I created this “gratitude” card for the Scrapbook and Cards Today blog using a free cut file designed by Nicole Nowosad (click the link to go to the free cut file download). I’m thinking today about all that I am grateful for! I hope you can, too!
Here is a link to the YouTube video:
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There is something so very appealing to me about fall this year…I think it might be the result of a scorching hot prairie summer with little rain…or the fact that fall will bring winter, winter will bring Christmas and Christmas will bring my boy home to me again!! My layout today is about being thankful for having this lad in my life and for the knowledge that he has settled into his new home and seems to be happy. We miss him so much…I have to say I really understand how my mom used to miss my sister when she moved thousands of miles away. It is not a good feeling. But I am hoping it is temporary and we will savor our video chats and times together even more.
Now for the layout…I used the gorgeous Carta Bella “Hello Fall” collection on this layout. This is a stunning collection! Check out the beautful papers in the layout…the texture, colors and designs are just lovely.
I used a Tim Holtz mask on the kraft cardstock and some gold Color Shine to create the harlequin pattern on the background.
Here is a link to the full process video:
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Wow, what a crazy, busy, good summer it has been…but sadly in just one day it is back to work for me. I have not had much time at all this summer for creative projects; however, I am looking forward to getting back in the groove and making some cool stuff!
Not long ago, I received the amazing Carousel collection. Once again, Maggie Holmes and Crate Paper have created a beautiful product that has captured my imagination. I love the soft colors and fun icons that are reminiscent of summer fun…and it doesn’t mean you can only create projects about carousels, lol!
The photo I am scrapping today is from a trip we took this summer to Kingston, Ontario. What a fun trip and beautiful city! It was great to do and see lots of cool stuff…which I will be documenting over the course of the next few weeks.
Here is a look at the layout and a link to the full process on YouTube:
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Italy in the summer time…let’s all pause and enjoy that thought, lol. My son and his gf traveled to Italy for two weeks recently, making their way virtually from the top to bottom of the beautiful countryside. They did so many fun things and were so gracious to send me photos!!
I had to scrap this selfie they took on a balcony of the Victor Emmanuel II monument in Rome; Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II is an enormous white marble monument that dominates Piazza Venezia and was built as a tribute to the first king of a united Italy, Victor Emmanuel II. It’s a good picture of these two!
I have used the Summer cut file from JustNick Studio as well as Take me to Paradise. The Summer title piece is a major feature on the layout; backing a cut file with patterned paper for a title is a great way to occupy the real estate of a layout and make an impact…and create a great title! I love how this looks. I used some gold glitter paper to cut the foliage pieces from Take me to Paradise as accents around the photo.
Here are some photos and a link to the details/process video.
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I subscribed to the Felicity Jane kits for about a year and absolutely loved the product. Sadly, my kit budget ran out; however, I have a good sized stash of FJ kit products to use up. It’s a goal of mine to do just that…so I created a layout today primarily using products from the kits.
I sized my photo to 3.5×2.5 using my Epson Photomate printer. I just wanted the one photo on my layout. Someone asked me recently over on YouTube why I often just use one photo on a layout and not a 4×6. It’s just a style that I enjoy…no other reason really. I don’t have a ton of current photos to use, so often times I have a limited supply. When I do have multiple photos to use of an event, I will often do a pocket scrapbooking page instead. I don’t often film those processes unless it is for a mini album.
I used just a few papers from the kits and some of the embellishments for my layout, but I got a few more things used up!!
Here are a few photos and a link to the full process video:
Here is a link to the process:
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