Posts Tagged ‘Making Memories’

Thumb Sucker Layout

Supplies used: Papers by Close to My Heart, Daisy Hill Metal Accents, Making Memories Charmed Photo Corner, unknown alphabet stickers, Making Memories charms, CTMH hinge, CTMH brads, and Bazzill Ribbon.

The Scrap Our Stash Challenge this month is to do ANYTHING!  I learned that with the business of the holidays that is exactly what we should strive for, just get done whatever you can and consider it an accomplishment!  Go check it out and take the challenge for yourself.

It’s hard to believe that Miranda will be one year old soon.  She was the only child of ours who sucked her thumb and it was just so stickin’ cute!

Cousins Layout

This layout was originally a 2-page layout from the Close to My Heart Miracle Workshop Kit.  I used it as a single page and added some fun Making Memories alphabet stickers.

Homemade Memories Layout

Supplies used: Close to My Heart Deck the Halls paper, Close to My Heart Cranberry cardstock, Making Memories Paperie Greenhouse alphabet stickers, Queen & Co. felt fusion, Jolee’s Boutique dimensional stickers – Gingerbread house value pack.  Sketch = Page Maps Oct 2009

CTMH Spotlight Blog Hop – Relay Race

This month we are doing something a little different for our hop.  We are doing a relay race.  For this one you will need to go to Nikka’s Blog to start.  There will be an explanation there of how it works.

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Here is Vicki’s beautiful card that I worked from:

I chose to take the colors from her card along with the butterflies and incorporate those into my layout:

Supplies used: Close to My Heart (CTMH) Miracle Paper Pack,  CTMH Color-Ready Kraft Borders, Making Memories Photo Decor chipboard, CTMH Colonial White Cardstock, Cricut Cherry Limeade cartridge, CTMH Opaque Pearl Adhesive Gems, CTMH Cotton Candy ink, CTMH Beautiful Butterflies stamp set, and Fiskars border punch.

Now move on to Kristie’s Blog!

Makin’ a Splash Layout

Supplies used: KI Memories Surprise Collection paper, Making Memories chipboard flower, Fiskars border punch, Provo Craft alpha rubons, and K&Company adhesive chipboard.

This was my layout from the March Challenge at Scrap Our Stash that I forgot to post.  The  challenge was “Spring Cleaning” – meaning dig something out from your stash, dust it off, and use it!  I pulled out all the stops with this layout.  Everything I used is old, old, old and I literally had to dust off my border punch!  I used a sketch from My Little Sketch Book.  I just love sketches!  I’ve found some great sites lately and plan to use them more.  They make scrapbooking so quick and easy!