Posted in Scrapbook Pages on 11/28/2010 12:00 am by Wendy
Supplies used: Daisy D’s paper, Diecuts With a View alphabet stickers, Kaiser orange rhinestones, and random brads from my stash.
Layout Challenge: #118 of 210.
These are a fun food for the kids to make. The are made by simply assembling graham crackers, large marshmellows (cut in half), teddy graham bears, and fruit rollups. As far s the layout, the pinwheels are cut out of the patterned paper. I often do this to create my own coordinating embellishments by cutting sections out and adding a few extra touches. With the pinwheels I added brads to the centers. If I had to do over again I would make the rhinestones around the large pinwheel straight down instead of trying to make it curved. I used Sketch #19 from Scrap-A-Little.
Posted in Scrapbook Pages on 06/29/2010 12:00 am by Wendy
Supplies used: DCWV papers, Prima Say it in Crystals, unknown rubon letters, Kaiser rhinestone blossom, and Daisy D’s rubon tape.
Layout Challenge: #62 of 210.
Posted in Scrapbook Pages on 09/29/2009 05:16 pm by Wendy
This is a very different layout for me – no flowers and no patterned paper! I use these on almost all my pages! And to top it off it’s a white background! I did use something that I haven’t before – the rubon tape. If you want a solid design I would suggest a little practice. It’s not hard to use at all and runs smooth. This was my first time using it and I wasn’t picky on how it turned out. I actually like the imperfected look better than if it was solid. There is 13 feet per runner so it will last awhile. I also pulled out some mesh which I haven’t used in forever. I think it was the perfect touch for this page.
Products used: Best Occasions Adhesive Accents – Stars, Making Memories Sticky Mesh (red), Daisy D’s Rob-On Tape, Plantin SchoolBook Cricut Cartridge. Based on ScrapSketch #163.