Archive for October, 2010
Layout Challenge: #88 of 210.
As far as supplies, I didn’t keep track on this one. All I can tell you is that the background paper is by the Paper Studio and I used my Cricut for the title.
These pictures were take at Disneyland’s Art of Disney stage show. Christine was lucky enough to be chosen to go up on stage during the performance. The lady standing beside her is an artist who drew Cinderella. After the show, she gave Christine the Cinderella drawing to take home and it is hanging in our living room. It is an experience that she will never forget.
Layout Challenge: #87 of 210.
You can’t see from the picture but I used Liquid Glass to completely cover my title and it looks really neat and glossy in person. It was a nice extra touch for a simple layout. I just love these Level 1 papers. I really need to use them more often because they make layouts come together so quickly!
Layout Challenge: #86 of 210.
I did use my Cricut for the letters but I’m not sure which cartridge. This was Stephanie’s second time donating her hair to Locks of Love.
This one is of Br’er Bear & Br’er Fox. Br’er Bear was funny and left big smiles on the girls’ faces. I really wanted to use the rubons like the first letters of the title for the entire title but did not have enough (too many e’s and r’s). I opted to still use them and finish it off with stamping. This is something I’ve never done before. I’ve mixed different alpha stickers but not rubons and stamping. I may do more mixing of stamps in may layouts because it’s a great way to fill in those extra vowels and common letters that we often low out of.
Layout Challenge: #85 of 210.