Sunday, January 29, 2012

Scrappin' some Sweetness

Everytime I saw this pack of SU DP in my scrappin'
room, I thought of my neice's newborn hospital picture,
and how perfectly it matched her outfit.
Yep, I'm a true scrapbooker LOL!

So this morning, I decided to get that picture out
and get crackin' on it.

Here is what I came up with.


With the DP, I used SU rich razzleberry cardstock,
but just enough to help the picture stand out.
I used the Jasmine Cricut cartridge for my letters,
and wrote her birth information with the rich
razzleberry marker. I used SU whisper white ribbon,
as well as some bling . The wavy edge of the
strip of DP was made with the Creative Memories
wavy blade and new cutting system.


So then I got some real Faith snuggles later this morning,
and I came home and got to work again.
She was just a little over 2 months old
for her first Christmas.
I love reindeer, so I made her a blanket
out of this cute reindeer flannel.
I decided to use a basic red scrapbook paper
for my page. I embossed my strip of black
with black embossing powder, and added
SU tinsel to the edges.
SU wide real red grosgain lay across the embossed black strip.
I added a simple bow with the wide red grosgain.
I loved these little Recollections reindeer
3-D stickers.
I used the Teardrop Cricut cartridge on DP for my letters,
and the Doodlecharms Cricut cartridge for
my reindeer. I used a versamarker, heat and stick powder,
and red glitter for the reindeer's nose.
The bow is red sheer ribbon, with the ends heated
with a heat tool.

2 comments:

KarenC Inspired said...

I love scrappin babies! I have a new grand daughter & loads of pics. Love your cute layout.
Would love to have you join us @ www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com. Our challenges start on Wed. There is free word art to use.
I found your blog thru your mom.
Tell her Karen said hi!
Hope you'll join my blog as well.
Have a super day!

Sonja said...

Wow how sweet and I can say these are even better in person : )

Love all your extra detail, just makes your work perfect...