is the title of this layout for my JYC album.
Thanks for looking! All products are from Designer Digitals and were designed by Pattie Knox and Katie Pertiet.
Another day of my Journal Your Christmas album. The journaling reads: A typical winter day after School with Maggie & Bobby! Maggie loves making hot chocolate and they have so much fun playing games at The Elf on a Shelf.com. Their holiday stockings are hung and waiting for Santa to fill them.
All products are by Katie Pertiet. TFL
This is my DD’s Christmas tree. I made most of the ornaments when my girls were small as they always wanted to help decorate the tree, but I worried about them breaking an ornament and getting cut. I bought some kits and sanded and painted and glued 75 wooden ornaments! Some of them were 3-D! There are also special ornaments I had made for each of my girls on this tree. Now my grandchildren also can safely help decorate the tree!
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My sweet Maggie dressed as a genie for Halloween! I think she is way too cute to spook!!! I used Simple Stories Fall collection and images from the Silhouette Studio.
This is layout I did with photos from my niece’s baby shower. She is due in December. They are outdoors fans and her MIL made her a stuffed owl for the baby in the same colors as I made this one! This layout was inspired by a sketch and papers from my Super Sketches kit.
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Hmmmmm I wonder who this is?????
Bobby on Trick or Treat 2012! He had a great time! His dad carved his pumpkin as he requested!
The diecuts are digital images designed be Pattie Knox, and Silhouette Studio, pattern papers are Autumn Spice by Lilybee, and cs is American Crafts. Thanks for looking!
is the title for my first attempt at the spillover technique. I am so loving this class at Creative Passions with Jana Morton called Blending & Beyond. She is such a great instructor and a digital artist.
I used mostly Katie Pertiet’s products all available at Designer Digitals. Thanks for looking!
This is a page telling of Maggie’s love of target shooting. She goes to the gun club with her dad and I must say by looking at that target she does pretty well. She is also learning how to safely treat a gun.
I used Echo Park’s For the Record, and the page was inspired by a sketch from Super Sketch Club collection. Thanks for looking!
This is another page for my Book of Me album. It my sister Teri and I and was taken in 1951 I believe. I always loved this photo of the two of us. Mom always dressed alike for holidays and such. We were 15 months apart.All paper and elements were by Katie Pertiet.
This is the second page of my Book of Me-the photos were taken in the summer of 1949 and I was about 18 months old.
I used Yesteryear digital kit, Oiselet Bleu and Carte Post kits by Katie Pertiet, and Worn clusters, by Sahlin Studio and One Little Bird.
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Here’s a page I did about our girly-girl Maggie. She totally loves drawing and designing clothes and dresses. These are a few of her drawings and the computer program she loves to draw with. Her drawings are done with a stencil for the body but she designs the clothes. I hope she continues to love her art work as an adult.
I used Echo Park and Cosmo Cricket. This page was inspired by a page by Shimelle.
This was inspired by a layout done by Ashley of http://ashleyspaperdoll.blogspot.com/p/my-work.html that I saw on Pinterest. Thanks for the inspiration. I used Echo Park.
I have a surprise for all of you! This month I was asked to participate in the Member Spotlight on the Creative Passion Blog. I was so excited I had to share with all of you! Creative Passions is a a site with online classes both weekly and self-paced. It was started by Tami Taylor. I have taken classes on layering, inspiration, and digital scrapbooking there. There is also Digital U which is a monthly webinar with a different topic each month, and I even tried my hand with art journaling! They also have a forum and gallery. Here’s a link to Member Spotlight article and their blog: http://creativepassionclasses.com/blog/
Thanks for letting me share!
This is a page I did for my Book of Me. A family photo from Easter 1956-my youngest brother was not even born yet! LOL
This layout was inspired by a sketch by Pagemaps. I used Teresa Collins Everyday Moments collection. The stamp is MME and TH faded jeans Distress Ink. Thanks for looking!
This was design is a scraplift of a layout by Debbie Hodge. I used American Crafts cs, Echo Park pattern papers and diecuts, letter stickers are Lilybee, the stamps is LaBlanche, and TH Distress ink in fried brick. Thanks for looking!
Is a class by Shimelle that shows you how to cut papers from an entire collection to scrap your pages with and increase your productivity! I am still sort of slow but that is just me. I cut up 12 sheets of American Crafts Blue Skies collection. It is from a couple of years ago but I still have part of it to use. LOL So today I cut 12 sheets into different sizes and shapes Here is the first layout I have done with it. The large floral and the stripe are two of the pieces from the kit.
I used AC cardstock, the tags were cut with Silhouette Studio images, the keys are K& Co. I stamped with Vintage Photo Distress ink and fussy cut the titles. Thanks for looking!
Sorry my photo is a little crooked. I used a sketch by Debbie Sanders from the Super Sketches kit featuring Echo Park. I added stamped images by Imaginesce, and Distress inks, then fussy cut them and the other fishes. The title was from Silhouette Studio and the tags were Echo Park & Silhouette Studio. The frames are digital and were designed by Katie Pertiet. Thanks for looking!
The Fourth of July was a very hot steamy day here with 100 degrees on the thermometers. So a lot of the day was spent in water or indoors. My grandchildren managed to bear the heat though by playing in the pool, but they also marched in the Fairlawn parade with their karate school. We watched fireworks on Tuesday night. I think they really enjoyed the holiday as most of do inspite of the heat!
This layout was inspired by a sketch by Debbie Sanders and is from the June Super Sketches kit featuring Echo Park papers. I also added some stars I fussy cut from pattern paper by We R Memories. I varied the photo sizes and added a few other touches of my own. Thanks for looking!