Wednesday, June 30, 2010
I used a Kreatorville Kraft kit for this layout, (make sure to head to their site- some great deals going on!)
We have a turtle sandbox that we had been using as a pool for the last few summers, but have upgraded to an inflatable pool for this summer. When we would be in the backyard, Audrey would just hop in there with her clothes on. These pictures are so her:)
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
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Monday, June 28, 2010
Independence day -July 4th Theme w/ Star shape:
Create a 4th of July project adding a star shape somewhere on your project.
I used the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge for the stars, and tried out a new embossing folder that I recently got- Textile (love it!)
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Boy, do I love pie. It even tops cake on my list. Good thing I can't bake a pie to save my life, or I would be in trouble ;)
I used Elle's Studio Digital tags for the toppers. They are the USA Vintage ones. This is the first time I have really worked with digital files and it was super easy. I promise! You can type in what wording you want and voila- custom tags. I even sized the file so I could easily punch them out with a circle punch. LOVE IT! Here is the secret, if you are not a pie maker/baker (like me)- Wal Mart has mini pies for 63 cents! There are lots of flavors- blueberry, apple, you name it. These would be great for a 4th party.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Some Scrapbook Sussies July sneaks... I still want to do one more layout of some pictures with my sister. We were so fashionable back in the day ;) You have also got to check out the Summertime Sussies Special Edition Mini-Kit, I treated myself this month, like I needed more reasons to scrap!!
Monday, June 21, 2010
Summer Time at the Beach: Create a project for summer using something you would find at the beach.
I have been wanting to try some stenciling for quite a while, so this was my try at it ;) I was looking for a tea towel in yellow, and couldn't find one. So, this is actually a cloth napkin! I used life is a Beach cartridge for the anchor.I cut it out with card stock and then sprayed the back lightly with some adhesive. I then painted with black fabric paint. The ruffle is a strip of polka dot fabric that I pushed through the sewing machine while stitching to give a ruffled effect. This will go in our tiki trailer, I really needed some hand towels in there.
Saturday, June 19, 2010
I also wanted to thank Kreatorville Krafts for the fabulous prize pack of scrapbooking supplies. I cannot wait to play with it all the rest of the weekend!!
And, thank you- Sols(tr)ikke for the wonderful potholders and fabric, all the way from Norway! Such lovely things:)
Whew, think that covers it! Hope everyone has a wonderful Father's Day, give your dad or hubby a hug and tell him thank you.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
The mouse ears were cut with my Cricut. I then punched holes in the top and bottom and threaded through the straws.
I found these purses and cute little headbands to put in them for the girls. The boys got chalk and a hot wheel (Dante helped pick those out!)
More photos at Flickr, if interested! Thanks for checking out Audrey's 2nd Birthday:)
Monday, June 14, 2010
This was the treat table that was set up in the front entry. I have a "baking closet" with lots of containers and trays, so I just shopped from there to put out all the treats.
I have got to say that this fabric was one of my favorite things! I found it at a local fabric store and knew it was a must. It was 9 dollars a yard (hence, I got one yard!) My mother in law serged the edges with black thread.
My mom is always looking out for good deals for party favors...So, these sunglasses were in my stock pile. I just hung them on a Mickey Mouse glass for the kiddos to pick out their favorite color.
More to come:)
Celebrate Dear Dad - Create a masculine project for a dear dad
I used the Paisley cartridge for the flower background and the smile title. Everyday Paper Dolls has the butterfly cut!
Happy Monday all:)
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
The current challenge at These Are a Few of My Favorite Things is about shoes! I haven't met many shoes that I don't like :) Be sure to check out their blog for details, lots of giveaways for this challenge!
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
The hubby's birthday was over the weekend, and coincidentally my family was in town... So it was time to leave the house ;) We stayed at the Valley Ho, it was just too much fun. It was really close to lots of restaurants, so we braved the heat at went out on the town.
And, I am going to have a layout published in Scrapbook News and Review! I hadn't gotten around to posting it on the blog, so now it will have to wait a little while...it was a new favorite!
Monday, June 7, 2010
For the Bride: Create a project using one of the following;something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
I used the Sweethearts cartridge for the tag and wording. I also used the Swiss Dots folder through the top layer of Mr. & Mrs. for some texture. Also, don't forget there is a Design Team Call for the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog!!!
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Check out the June Scrapbook Sussies Kit !
I also wanted to share this blog challenge site: These are a Few of My Favorite Things. They are having a huge challenge giveaway...And the challenge is about favorite shoes :) And, I was one of the winners in their last challenge, thanks y'all!