We took the baby to visit his grand parents in Alabama last year. This challenge was the perfect opportunity for me to scrap the pictures that I took of him during the car ride. He got bored and to amuse himself, he decided to bite his toes. lol!
I used a designer paper from Pink Paislee's London Market paper pack for my background. The inked paper behind the photos is from K&Co. The font and arrows were cut at 2 1/2" using the Summer Vacation Cricut cartridge. I added some flowers from Sassafras Lass, a Tim Holtz token as a flower center, a car image from Graphic 45, and a label cut using a Spellbinder's die for journaling.
Saturday, July 20, 2013
Saturday, July 6, 2013
This challenge's requirement is to make a summer-themed card or project featuring the colors yellow, black and white. I was thinking of a bee, but since I am a butterfly/dragonflyholic (it's a new word that I coined) :-) I decided to feature my other favorite winged creature. I cut the main image at 2 1/2" using the Damask Decor cartridge . The contrasting polka dot papers used were from GCD studios and DCWV. It was pretty late at night when I made the card and I noticed the next morning that the "white" was more cream. I decided to submit it anyway, since I liked the slightly aged look. :-) I punched the corners using a Martha Stewart punch, added pop dots and Viva Decor faux pearls and... voila! We have a summer-themed card.