As I promised in my last post, I have a few layouts to share with you all. I've been having scanner issues so I've been taking pictures of my layouts rather than scanning and stitching them. The one downside to that is having the date of the photo show up on the photos...I could turn that camera feature off but I depend on that date being on the photos way too often when it comes time to scrap said photos. And the truth is that I just don't want to deal with the task of remembering to turn it on and off with each picture I take. So until I get a new camera (one of these days!) OR figure this scanner out, then I'll just have to deal with that ugly yellow date showing up on my layout/craft photos. I do realize that it's distracting and I sincerely apologize in advance.
So without more jibber jabber here are the layouts I've been working on. I hope you enjoy them and are able to be inspired to get scrapping!
|The butterflies and flowers are 3D stickers from my stash.|
Title "Daddy's" are alpha stickers and "girl" was printed on
my computer using the CK cursive font-an oldie but goodie!
All hexagons were punched with my Creative Memories punch.
|I layered several hexagons and hand sewed down the center|
to add a little more dimension to the page. Lots of ink also
as usual for me :)
|It is extremely rare for me to actually cut the people|
from photos to use on scrapbook pages...it's been years since
I've done it actually, but I love how it looks on this layout. And I
may be doing more of it on future layouts.
|So much distressing, inking and layering <3|
|The title was again cut with SCAL2 on my Expression...I then|
doubled the foam dots I used to adhere it simply to add more dimension.
|Birdhouse cut with SCAL2, sprayed with pearl mist, and|
adhered with foam tape.
The doilies are from Wild Orchid Crafts and I used
the Glimmer Mist in "Snowflake" and Perfect Pearls Mist in a brown.
|This bookplate was a white cardstock diecut I've had|
for years. I used copper embossing powder to give it the look
I was going for. The copper colored brads are Paper Studio.
Thank you for taking the time to visit and read my blog--it is much appreciated! Have a great day and check back soon!
*as promised, here is the link to the blog where you can see the beautiful work of Debbi Tehrani
Little Scraps of Magic