Monday, April 20, 2009
Here are two more cards I completed for a layout challenge and color challenge.
The first card is made with Flowahbella, Neenah cardstock, Bazzill cardstock and Autumn Leaves paper. The "bling" is from Kaiser and some of the flowers are accented with red stickles. The second card is made with the Jugglabella stamp, Neenah cardstock, Bazzill cardstock and Fancy Pants paper. The little heart doodle is from the Sweetwater templates, and it is also colored in with diamond stickles ~ and the Fancy Pants paper is edged with a Fiskars paper punch.
Posted by Lindsy at 4:35 PM
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Here are a couple lay-outs for my parents' album.
Mosh and Poppa (my parents) with the boys at Whit's wedding.
Bazzill cardstock, Cherry Arte patterned paper, Sweetwater doodle template, Bazzill Just the Edge cardstock.
Bird has learned how to give kisses (he lays his lips on you ~ it is so cute). Here he is giving Poppa a big kiss!
Posted by Lindsy at 11:51 AM
I've been working on the pictures from my sister's wedding (I have around 300 pictures to scrap, so I have to keep working on them if I want to be done by her first anniverwary ~ Dec. 20th).
I'm not sure I love this first one ~ I may add something to it. It was for a challenge (lay-out sketch).
Cardstock is Bazzill, Imaginesce rub-ons and bling, misc. ric rac and Queen & Co. rubbon slider.
No Peeking! Mike is peeking around the door in the church before the wedding.
Cardstock is Bazzill, MM rub-ons, misc. ribbon and Chatterbox doodling genie.
Bazzill Cardstock, MM rub-ons and Chatterbox doodle (from the doodling genie).
Posted by Lindsy at 11:45 AM
Well, surprisingly enough I have been scrapbooking and making cards! Here are a few cards I made over the past couple of weeks.
These cards have Ketto stamped images on them (from Stamping Bella) ~ I just love the Ketto line ~ they are too cute! I have had a lot of fun adding bling and sparkles to them. They were colored using Copic markers (AMAZING markers!)
I'm stil working on getting the sentiments straight ~ I'm used to using acrylic stamps, so I can see through them for perfect placement...using rubber stamps is a little more tricky for me :o)
And here are a couple Bellas I stamped
I had to laugh when my middle son told me that I made "super girl" the wrong colors.....she was supposed to be red and blue, NOT green and pink ~ so I made another one with the blue and red and asked him if that was better :o)
Posted by Lindsy at 11:36 AM