Saturday, 30 August 2014
I have two cute little fall cards to share today. I actually meant to post on Thursday but was too busy enjoying the last spurt of hot weather! I used the fall line from last year by Doodlebug. I am so excited for their new stuff to come, by the way! The sentiment in the card above is from PaperStudio and the twine was Karen Foster but everything else is Doodlebug. Below I used burlap from PaperStudio and kraft paper from ??? The card below was inspired by a card posted on the Doodlebug blog by Amanda Coleman. I could not get my hands on the turkey from this line but the hedgehog was pretty darn cute too!
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Here is a summer photo of our camping trip. My son was playing on the play structure at the beach as the sun was going down. I used Pebbles paper and stickers from last year for this layout. I added some vellum too. I thought the wood grain paper was perfect for the wood of the stairs in the photo.
The page is fairly clean and I am still debating on making it more complex. So many layouts to make, so little time!!!!
Tuesday, 19 August 2014
Above, I used Bella Blvd. paper and sentiment sticker with Doodlebug snowflake doodle pops.
Below, I used Jillibean Soup. I fussy cut a second camper and layered it on top of the original to give some dimension to my card. What a good sentiment to remember as we journey through this crazy life!
Monday, 18 August 2014
Thursday, 14 August 2014
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
So for my layout, I used Echo Park's line Country Drive with some other Echo Park tidbits thrown in. I pop dotted the bird on the journaling by adding the same bird sticker on top of the bird that was there. I also pop dotted the summer days. The hello sticker is from Simple Stories DIY.
Oh summer- won't you stay awhile longer.........
Tuesday, 12 August 2014
Monday, 11 August 2014
Saturday, 2 August 2014
All of that explains why I have been absent for a bit here on my blog. Too busy! I am posting two cards I made in the very little spare time I have had. First is a thank you card for my mom. I used old Echo Park summer paper for this card. Below is an Angry Birds card I made for my nephew who is turning 3 and loves Angry Birds. I cut the card by hand and despite my picture being a bit blurry (oops!), I think it turned out pretty good. I am sure he will like it.