Three New Layouts

Last night I went over to a friend’s house to do some scrapbooking. Here are three pages I made. As always, you can click for a larger view.

Running (8×8, I will later put it on a 12×12 page to go into my album):

Smile (I had so many pics from last year of my youngest with these great smiles–I had to use them!):

(Hard to tell from this quick pic, but this paper is so sparkly! The insides of all of the circles are glittered.)

Caffeinated (this is one of my favorite pages ever!):

Closer pic of the handwritten title:

The journaling:

I love the EK Success stickers that I found for this page (“Coffee”). They were perfect!

Thanks for looking!

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JustRite Challenge #28

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words is the name of the challenge this week. The sponsor is Copic, and the prize is a set of 12 Copic Ciao markers–definitely make sure you check out and enter the challenge this week!

The challenge is to use photos and JustRite stamps to create either a card or a scrapbook page. I had a lot of fun creating a page to enter this morning, I hope you like it!

I love the Old Fashioned Christmas stamp set, and used two of the centers on my page. It was a lot of fun to color the snowmen with my Copics. I used some snowflake stamps to create the tone-on-tone background on the cardstock.   Here are some close-ups (click any photo for a larger view):

Thanks for looking!


Supplies:
Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (white), American Crafts (silver foil, blue)
Stamps: JustRite Old Fashioned Christmas, misc. snowflakes
Ink: Memento (Tuxedo Black), American Crafts Pigment Ink (Powder, Leafy), Adirondack (Bottle Green)
Die Cuts: Spellbinders (Labels Nine, Classic Ovals Large), Papertrey Ink (Fillable Frames #4)
Ribbon: Michael’s
Misc: pop dots, Hero Arts gemstones

Swinging

I decided to catch up on some scrapbooking tonight. Here is one of the pages I made. And yes, the photos are from 4 years ago. I have been going through old photos lately and these were too cute not to put on a page! (click all photos for a larger image)

Here are some closeups:

The title:

The Fla!r on my oldest daughter’s photo:

Supplies (all are American Crafts):
Cardstock: Blue Skies, Brights
Fla!r: Springy
Ribbon: Leafy
Townhouse: Chipboard
MiniMarks Rub-ons: Purkey
Thickers: Emerald Flocked

Lovely Teenagers

Another scrapbook page I completed tonight (it was difficult to get a good photo with the lack of natural light–I will try to update the photo in the morning):

I used American Crafts foil paper for the title. It looks amazing in person. The Fla!r next to “teenagers” says “lovely,” and aren’t my girls lovely?

Some closeups:

Fla!r:

Youngest daughter:

Oldest daughter (the shadow is part of the original photo, I really like the effect):

Thanks for looking!

Supplies (all are American Crafts):
Cardstock: Blue Skies, Brights, Tropicals, Foil
Fla!r: Springy
Townhouse: Chipboard
MiniMarks Rub-ons: Purkey
Thickers: Glitter Puffy (glass slipper)