Sketches in Thyme using the following sketch. My favorite pictures to scrapbook are fall themed ones. So when I discovered this one that my daughter took with her BFF, I was on cloud nine. I love everything about this picture; the colors, the corn field backdrop...PERFECT fall themed page. To pull this project together, I used a variety of papers and embellishments from Prima's "Autumn Sunset" collection.
Friday, November 20, 2020
Sunday, November 1, 2020
TRICK OR TREAT
Hello! This is my latest project for Use Your Stuff where the bi-weekly challenge starting today is to create a project using stripes. I love to create Halloween projects, and recently bought a fun Halloween themed kit from Peachy Cheap featuring Fancy Pants' "Halloween-Howl Collection." With the adorable cut outs and the playful paper designs, I decided to dip into my Halloween picture archives and feature pictures of my daughters carving their Halloween pumpkins when they were tiny girls. To pull this project together, I also was inspired by a sketch from my former design team 2 Broke Girls.
OCTOBER PROJECTS 2020
The month of October was rough...My daughter broke her leg a second time and had to have surgery. Long story short, I have not updated my blog with my October projects. Now that she is recovering, and I have some time and brain power, I am uploading a variety of projects I made for two design teams that I am a member of. The first layout I'm featuring is a project I made for Sketches in Thume. My favorite projects to make are Halloween themed projects, so I had a blast creating this layout of my daughter creating a Halloween gingerbread house using the following sketch.
My next projects were for the design team Cooking Up Creations. This month's challenge was to attack a paper pad in our stash and create 2 layouts and 4 cards using papers from the pad. I used a Vicki Boutin pad I bought at Hobby Lobby to create the following projects. This pad was so versatile; I loved working with it. Not only was I able to create a recent project of my daughter posing for a picture with our dog, but also I used a picture from when my girls were tiny operating a lemonade stand. The papers were perfect for all age levels and themes. These are definitely some of my favorite projects I've made this year.
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