Posted in Cards on 02/15/2013 12:00 am by Wendy
One of my goals this month was to use up the Close to My Heart Sophia Paper Packet. It was a bunch of scraps so I thought I’d make a bunch of cards. This just proves how far scraps can go! I made about 40 cards so I will be spreading out the pics over the next few days. First, I put all the papers/scraps on the cards. Then I went through my embellishments, found some that matched and added them to the cards. I really can’t say that these are my favorites but in the end I used up a paper pack and dug into my stash for embellishments that I have had for a very long time.
Embellishments used on the cards are: Special Moments Scrapbooking Embellishments, K & Company Wedding Collection Grand Adhesions, Marcella Dimensional Flowers, O’Scrap Stick Its, Stampendous Diamond Dot Stickers, Memories Complete Sticker Patches, Autumn Leaves Pretty Poppies, This & That Tags & Things Yellow Plaid Wood, Forever in Time Sheer Dragonflies, Recollections Butterfly Embellishments, Fashion Stickers, Close to My Heart Blush Polka Dot Ribbon, and K & Company Smitten Grand Adhesions.
More to come!
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Tags: 3D stickers, Autumn Leaves, CTMH, Fashion, Forever in Time, K & Company, Marcella, memories Complete, O'Scrap, Recollections, ribbon, Special Moments Scrapbooking, Stampendous, stickers, This & That
Posted in Altered & 3D Projects, Scrapbook Pages on 12/27/2010 12:00 am by Wendy
Supplies used: Close to My Heart 12×12 Calendar, K & Company papers, Stampendous Diamond Dot Stickers, a variety of rhinestones (Darice, Kaiser, Studio 18, misc.), and Cricut Lyrical Letters cartridge.
Layout Challenge: #160-184 of 210
I can’t even begin to tell you how much fun this was to make. It was something that I wanted to do but didn’t think I could realistically get it finished before the baby arrived. Thanks to the quick pages I chose I was able to finish it and I just love how it turned out. On the pre-designed pages, before adhering to the calendar, I used an exacto knife to trim around any extras that covered a photo mat – so that when I add pictures throughout the year I can slide my picture underneath and it will look better (like the fruit on the July page – I cut around where it overlapped the photo mat). Originally, I was going to stamp the months but after already adhering the pages (with embellishments) I no longer had a flat surface to stamp so I opted to use my Cricut instead. I plan to hang it in the nursery and have the older siblings help keep it updated with “baby’s firsts” information and photos. I am going to keep the calendar as is for a keepsake, but if I did this as a yearly thing with day-to-day activities, I would take the pages and put them in my scrapbook albums as finished pages at the end of the year.