Sunday, November 20, 2011

Family Scrapping Layouts

I have finally had sometime to create a couple of layouts. I have such a great time doing them, music on in the background, grand-daughter over the shoulder, and wonderful subjects to work with.  Hope you enjoy them and they inspire you to get out the stamps and embellishments and create your own master piece.

 Emily, Stu and Lola in a family shot we had taken recently.  First page scrapped with this little princess.
 Close up of how I used the stamps, and then embellished with the glitter brads.
 Close up of how I used the Alphabet die and the bigshot for journaling.
 Marnie and Jordi, have you ever seen a such a beautiful photo.  I have used the new Tangerine Tango embossing powder for the butterflies.  The new butchers string down the side, overlaying the DSP, and bigshot and alphabet die for journaling.
 Close up of butterflies and the using the Creative Elements stamp for the background. Stamps are the best for adding a little creativity and personal touch to backgrounds.
WOW, look at how our 1st grand-daughter has grown. Simply stunning. This is Maddi, where did the years go.

In all the layouts I have used the DSP collections, they are the best for scrap-booking, never have to have a dull boring back-ground again. I have also used the Paisley Petals in Jordi's and Maddi's layouts.
Stamp Sets - Just Perfect Alphabet, Letter It alphabet, Baroque Motifs, Creative Elements, Extreme Elements.
Accessories - Big Shot, Embossing folders, cutting dies, ribbons, glitter brads, butchers twine. dimensionals,
Card Stock - DSP Collections packs, DSP Paisley Petals, Night of Navy, Whisper White,Baja Breeze

If you have any questions, or wish to order any of the above products, give me a call  (50302068) or just email me.(
Thanks for dropping by, sorry its been so long since I have posted.

Happy Stampin'


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