Today I am sharing a scrapbook layout I created for my youngest nice. I love scrapbooking memories and gifting memory gifts so this is the start of her album.
I absolutely love how dimensional this layout is and her pics are just so stinkin’ cute.
The paper collection I used was Sweet Girl by Lori Whitlock. I used some of the stickers that were included for embellishment. I just added them on top of white card stock, then fussy cut them out and pop dotted them for extra dimension.
This is also my layout for the Bows & Tassels Challenge for The Studio Challenges. You can still play along and can find the challenge blog here.
I hope you enjoyed my project & thanks for stopping by!
I have a fun project share for you today which is also my card for the Coffee Lover’s Blog Hop.
The theme was Spring/Summer and although the lady in the image I used is wearing a sweater I am positive it’s probably because its cold inside the coffee shop.
I created a 6 x 6 card with a gorgeous image from Krista Smith. You may love Krista’s designs as much as I do and remember her designs as Saturated Canary. The image I used is the Once A Month Image April 2019. You can find it in her Etsy Shop: Shop Krista Smith here.
The paper collection I used is from my very own collection, Magic Bean and you can find that here.
I colored up the image with my Copic and Spectrum Noir markers. I wanted the card to be dimensional so added a 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 and 5 x 5 layers on pop dots and then an oval cutout for the image with more pop dots.
The sentiment stamp I used “Instant Smile in a cup” is from the Greeting Farm, Mini-Remix Brewtiful.
Lastly, I embellished the card with some gold sequins and a tulle bow and brown cord bow.
I really enjoyed coloring up this image and making a card with less embellishments but more dimension with all the layers.
Today’s post is my Craft Your Passion Design Team Project and I am soo in love with it! Our sponsor this week was Rick St. Dennis and I think his images are fabulous. The image I used is Queen of Hearts Hat Digi.
I love this image so much I decided to create wall decor that i could put up in my craft room! I created my wall decor on 8 1/2 x 11 chipboard.
I layered Anna Griffin paper for my background and pop dotted the image for extra dimension. I added a black ribbon and tulle at the top so I could hang my project and also added a cluster of roses at the top.
I added tufts of black tulle and soft pink rosette trim at the bottom.
Instead of coloring up my image with my Copics and Spectrum Noirs, I decided to add color in Photoshop and then print my image. I love how it came out! I also added the sentiment at the bottom in Photoshop.
I know this project was a bit different for me but I hope you liked it!
You can still link up your project here and play along: