Friday, August 28, 2009

Mia's Graduation

Here's a layout I made recently using some Storyteller Kit Supplies for Mia's Graduation photos. I actually used stickers for the title...haven't done that in a while!

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Butterfly Thank You

This is a card that I created for a bride that needed Thank You cards that coordinated with her wedding theme. I used my Big Shot and a swirly Texturz plate for the background and die cut a Butterfly from the Hannah Montana Cricut cartridge. Some sparkles were added with my Stardust Gel pen and also the shimmery organdy ribbon.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Razzle Dazzles

This is a funky color combo using Rich Razzleberry, Melon Mambo and Crushed Curry. All pulled together with the help of some Razzlberry Lemonade paper. I used Teeny Tiny Wishes and Razzle Dazzle for stamps. I also ran the crushed curry paper through the Big Shot with a polka dot Texturz plate. I used my word window punch to create the greeting. Edges were inked up using the Direct-to-Paper technique.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Pale Razzle Butterfly

This one was inspired by something I saw only...just tweaked it to use some of the supplies I had on hand. I just love this Rich Razzleberry color, goes nicely with so many other colors. This card uses Pale Plum and Old Olive colors as well, polka dot ribbon, a flower Designer Brad, Cottage Wall patterned paper, and the Great Friend Stamp Set.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

More Layouts for Sale

Wow! Looks like I've gotten out of my blog upload rhythm! I've been crazy busy with family and church events these past two weeks so blogging has just slipped my mind I guess! I did get a chance this weekend to "crank" out some premade layouts for my online store. Here's a taste of what's in the store now. I'm happy to announce that I'm now accepting checks and money orders in addition to credit cards in my store. Check out the 24 ready-made designs in my store right now. I hope to add more this week too. Keep in mind I can also custom design pages per your request. These pages can help you catch up on your scrapbooking quickly.

And if you like to do it all yourself, but need a little inspiration - feel free to use the ideas you find in these pages for your own layouts!

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Spring at the Park

This layout is all about a visit that we made to a beautiful playground near Baltimore last Spring on one of my coaching trips. This layout uses Bazzill and Stampin Up cardstocks along with Storytellers patterned paper and embellishments.