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.


Products used: Making Memories paper, Kaiser Pearls, Making Memories flowers, Close to My Heart White Daisy ricrac, and Cricut cartridges (Lyrical Letters, Mini Monograms, & Graphically Speaking).  The layout is based on a sketch from Scrap Sketch.


Products used: Memory Box Sugar Collection paper, Making Memories Simply Fabulous & MM Chicago chipboard letters, Deluxe Designs Plain Janes Swirls #1 chipboard, Prima flowers, Tattered Angels glitter mist, unknown white grosgrain ribbon, Darice Finishing Accents.  Scrap Sketch #131.


I hope you can see from this closeup picture how I added glitter to many elements of this page – the chipboard, the flower, and the ribbon!


This layout was based on the Stardust WOTG.  Products used are CTMH Stardust paper, CTMH photo anchors, unknown brads & eyelets, My Mind’s Eye All Star title, CTMH Wishing Star stamp set and Orange ink.

The ABC Challenge is looking for new members for their Design Team.  I love the variety that they offer in their challenges.  If you follow my blog, you have seen these cards before.  They are some of my favorites.  I would use “clean” to describe my style.  I like straight lines and edges.  I don’t care for vintage or collage.  I love to embellish and try new things.