Thursday, September 1, 2011

Some MORE recent layouts......

During a recent scrapping weekend I got done a few layouts... this is a lot for me :)

This layout is one of my favorites. I love doing layouts of my grandparents. I have many fond memories of them and it's nice to remember them through my scrapbooks.

I originally started this layout as a Halloween layout for Aaron's album. I have no idea why I thought these colors would work for Halloween pics! I like how it turned out and love how the colors go together.

This layout is of pics from Aaron's first horse show through his Theraputic Riding. 

Super quick layout. I'm trying to remember that every layout doesn't need to be a work of art. Sometimes I just want to get the pics down and move on.  :)

This layout is from a kit from Close To My Heart. I love their kits! They're so easy to put together. 

Another layout from the You & Me CTMH kit. 

Another favorite layout (I say that a lot, don't I?) I always get ideas from the How - To Program books. Those books are awesome! They give the layout ideas and exact dimensions for the cuts to put the layout together!  (BTW, if you're interested in any CTMH products - email me!! )

Some recent layouts

Did some layouts this weekend -

Pics of Cora's first mani/pedi :)

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Easy Monogram Note Card Gift Set

I made this Note Card Gift Set for a friend. I made four of each design. Very simple but cute - I think :)

The card base is A2 - 5 1/2 x 8 1/2. The larger mat is cut at 4 x 5 1/4 and the smaller mat is cut at 2 1/2 x 3 7/8. The monogram letter and circle are cut from the Mini Monograms Cricut Cart and are cut at 2.75.

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Quick Layout

So, here's a quick layout I did today in about 20 minutes. My goal lately is to not treat each layout as a work of art and spend an hour on each page. I need to realize that the photos are the focus of the page, not the embellishments or other "stuff". So, I'm thinking that I'm pretty happy with the way this page turned out. My little Strawberry kinda speaks for herself. Don't you think?