Happy National Scrapbook Day 2015!
Well I hope you are having a fun filled day of scrapping and crafting to your hearts content.
I wanted to give a big shout out to everyone and wish them a HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY
day filled with crafting and creating to your hearts content!
I am going to fill this post up with photos of some of the layouts I have created in the past few days and weeks. Some just for fun and some to sell as kits. To all my wonderful friends who bought some... a very very heartfelt thank you! Well anywho... off we go to take a closer look at some of them.
What you may notice is I have been having too much fun playing with my Cricut Explore, embossing folders, Spellbinder dies and all the scrappy goodies I have been stashing over the years. And I really enjoyed the variety of moods and looks I got from all the different paper lines and supplies. Joanns had a sale a couple of weeks ago, 1/2 off and then a 20% coupon on top of that so I couldn't resist loading up on paper. Because, yep, I didn't have too much already...teeheehee.
That's where I bought this beautiful G45 paper. It is from there calendar collection this year. And while it is actually the August print... I couldn't resist making this layout for now. I am so blessed that one of my sweetest scrapbook buddies is a woman named Charlene.
Charlene has acres of sunflowers on her land that bloom each year. But she absolutely glows with a divine light everyday. She really really is my Sunshine scrappy friend!
Now this paper I just couldn't resist. Grew up in the 70's...cutoffs, bandana tops and loads of embroidered flowers and ditzy flower prints and eyelet laces. Aaaaah, wasn't that just yesterday?
So me and my Explore got to play and make this happy little summer layout.
Michaels had some wonderful new Hot Buy pads and this cute tea up print paper is from one of those great deals. I am just in love with all the glitter and foil stamping out and around this year. And this layout, while sweet with flowers, really pops with the gold foil touches.
Made this quick, simple beach layout using scraps from Websters Pages that I have had for years and just couldn't throw out! And a heartfelt shout out to another scrappy friend Kay, for sharing her burlap with me. We were blessed to go to a wonderful crop, hosted by 2scrappychicks, right here in Sulphur, La. To Wendy and her team who put the whole thing together....WOW WOWY WOW WOW... it was the best crop ever!!!!!!! Can't wait til next year!
Okay, I am gonna just post a couple more layouts. One masculine grunge and one more my traditional vintagey style. So here goes...
Kaisercraft was the main paperline used on the layout above, but you know I couldn't post layouts without at least one little bit of Anna Griffin...lolol
Have fun and create something for fun!