I don’t know where all of the inspiration/mojo came from, but I was scrapping like crazy this weekend. Three layouts and a card!
The card came first. I needed some cards to take to bunco and also to give to some friends who are going through some tough times…
(used the Making Memories Slice cutting tool to cut the butterfly out of the background. Pink Paislee papers. Prima flowers. Making Memories brads. Maya Road oval stamp. I think the “thinking of you” is Hero Arts.)
First layout for the weekend was a two pager. A few of my favorite pictures from South Dakota.
(Papers are BoBunny. Jenni Bowlin journaling spot. Title letters cut with the Slice.)
The next one I did for an upcoming journaling challenge. I’m not telling you what the challenge is, but you could guess if you wanted to. *wink*
(Papers are the Basic Grey Porcelain line. Random ricrac and lace. Making memories stickers. Basic Grey chipboard numbers. and lots of glitter!)
The last for the evening yesterday was a page for a previous journaling challenge. We were supposed to complete the sentence, “When I grow up…” I couldn’t go the serious route. I refuse to grow up!
(Papers are Basic Grey Porcelain line again. more glitter and random chipboard shapes. Heidi Swapp letters.)
Oh and I totally forgot that I hadn’t shared this one from last Tuesday for Emily’s journaling challenge to create a diamante poem.
(Pink Paislee papers. Making Memories stickers-letters, flowers, and photo corners. Prima flowers.)
Thanks for indulging me!!
what do you mean you want to be a rock star when you grow up? you aren’t one already?!?
but i AM your groupie?!
GREAT work by the way, glad you got some crafting in!
It’s weird how they all looked the same size in the first picture of you guys and the boys. Now they are all their own little people. Boy I miss them! and you and Wade as well of course. 🙂
I was just gonna say that– you ARE a Rock Star! (Particularly considering that those look to be samples for the store, done already… yay!)
and you rock the GH, so that should count for something too 🙂 impressed at your creativity surge. i love the curvy lines in the south dakota page, very cool.