Christine thought it was neat that Miranda fit on her American Girl scooter. It was a fun ride. This layout was from a Close to My Heart consultant swap but it doesn’t have a name so I don’t know who to give the credit to.
Posts Tagged ‘eyelets’
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I made these cards with the same design from Wishes just using different products. I always think it’s fun to see how the same pattern can produce such different results.
Male Birthday Card:
Supplies used are all Close to My Heart: Good Times paper (retired), Shimmer Designer Brads, Glitz Glitter Gel – Bronze, Designer Ribbon Rounds Chocolate Collection, and Happy Birthday stamp set (retired). Simply Secure design from Wishes.
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Supplies used: unknown pattern paper, Technique Tuesday scalloped baseboards, layered title by Colorbok, Making Memories Rose Petal Paint, Making Memories Rose Petal Specialty Glaze, CTMH Sparkles, Making Memories flowers, unknown ricrac, and eyelets. Based on a Becky Fleck January 2011 Page Map sketch. Scrap Our Stash February Challenge.
The February Challenge at Scrap Our Stash this month is LOVE. I really dug into my stash for this layout. I think the patterned paper may have been from the Target Dollar Spot at least a year ago, the scalloped baseboards are from when a local scrapbook store closed years ago, and the eyelets and brads are even older. The ricrac is from a bag I found at a rummage sale! I am not one for empty space on a layout or just plain cardstock so I filled the white cardstock space with heart-shaped eyelets to create my own patterned paper. I painted the chipboard border with a pink base topped with a coat of specialty glaze.