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Wednesday, September 4, 2013
I was blessed with the opportunity to attend Stampin' Up!'s 25th Anniversary Convention, thanks to my dear friend, +Donna Earley. She told me that she really wanted to go, and that was all it took. I was in! Here we are at Stampin' Up!'s headquarters in Riverton, Utah.
Here's Donna, in front of the headquarters building. Ain't she cute?!!!
We had a blast! I will put a few more pictures of projects and fun times over the next few days!
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Okay! Another page in the Beau Chateau album! I'm probably breaking some cardinal rule of scrapbooking, but I'm decorating both sides of this beautiful DSP. So one of the previous day's pages is on the other side of this one. I've tried to place any bulky areas in different sections of the page, so when it goes into an album, it isn't too thick. Today's layout is pretty simple. All of the pieces of solid cardstock are meant to be used as frames for photos. The rectangle pieces are 4 1/4 X 6 1/4. The square pieces are 4 1/4. I figured most photos are 4X6", so this will keep the cropping to a minimum.
Bojo Blossom punch and pearls again are the chosen accents.
Friday, May 4, 2012
Here is page 3 in my Beau Chateau collection! I'm still not sure what I'll do with these pages, but I'm having fun making them!
Today's page had no pink in it, just Marina Mist and Soft Suede (and Very Vanilla), so I stayed with those colors for the page. As in the previous pages, I'm using a few reoccurring products to keep the pages tied together.
And the Chantilly Lace trim along side the photo panel is attached with Glue Dots.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Okay, so I failed to do a little check-up of yesterday's post, and I realized that I had the wrong full-page posted, because the extra details were for the wrong page. But I've corrected that now, so be sure to go check out yesterday's full page layout.
Here is a view of both pages together, although I don't know if I'd leave them together, or perhaps have the Cherish page at the front of the book, and the Memories to end the book with... I have a few more pages finished, so I'll show them over the next day or so!
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Hi there! I've been busy working on scrapbook pages, even though I don't scrapbook for myself. I do some digital scrapbooking, and should go back and post what I've made so far using My Digital Studio....hmmm...gonna have to start blogging more while watching Dancing with the Stars!
I'm not certain what I'll do with these pages; I'll most likely take them with me to the Camp Harmony Scrapbooking weekend in November, in hopes to sell them. Or I'll figure out how to set up an Etsy store. Either way, these were fun to make, and this DSP (Designer Series Paper) was great for leaving journaling sections.
To make those journaling sections, I used the Frames Collection Framelits....I put all of the Framelits onto one piece of Soft Suede cardstock. Running it through the Big Shot cuts all of the frames at once. Then, I can use each sized frame on the different pages (there are more to follow!)
|For the flower detail, punch 2 pieces of Pink Pirouhette with the Blossom Punch, and 2 petals in Soft Suede with the Blossom Builder Punch. Add a Marina Mist 3/4" circle and a scrap of Chantilly 1/2" Crochet Trim.|
Here's another close-up of the bottom detail. The crochet trim is gathered by runnning thread through one side, then pulling it to gather and scrunch it up a little. I initially tried to sew the trim to the scalloped strip of DSP, but that was taking too long, so I just tacked it to the page with mini glue dots.
More to come!