Posts Tagged ‘Pebbles Inc.’
Products used: Pebbles, Inc. patterned papers, Pebbles, Inc. stickers, DCWV stickers, unknown ribbon and brads.
We’ve had the flu at my house all week so that is my excuse for the lack of posts and no time to scrapbook. So for now here is another layout I did last year…
This was the last of this paper pack and I felt I got my use out of it. These pictures are 10 years old and I just haven’t been inspired to scrap them so I am extremely happy that they worked with this page and are finished. I got a little creative and used the photo anchor sticker as an exclamation point in my title. I wasn’t sure at first but after adding the brad to accent it I am happy with the result.
Products used: Kaiser Chino pearls, Prima Fabric Fancies floral embellishments, more Prima flowers, 2 odd ones unknown, and pattern paper, stickers, and title are all by Pebbles Inc. Based on an August 2009 Page Map.
I used my corner rounder to make the scalloped border along the top. I had fun using all the flowers and these colors are very different for me. I usually use pinks and more girly colors.
…we all scream for ice cream! I didn’t have a diecut or any kind of ice cream stamps so I had to improvize for this card. Sometimes that works and other times it doesn’t. This was one of those time when what I thought in my head was actually how it turned out! I distressed the edges of the blue with my CTMH Distresser. I used Liquid Applique to add dimension to the ice cream and embossed and sanded the lines on the cone. The blue button was a bit bright and took away from the ice cream cone so I added a yellow button sticker to the top to tone it down.
Products used: KI Memories paper, Basic Grey pearls, Liquid Applique, Funky Flower stickers by Pebbles, Inc. (button sticker), unknown ribbon and button.
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