Tuesday, October 28, 2008

How about a few layouts and cards?

I've had a great time scrapbooking these past several months and I thought it was time to share some things I haven't before on the blog. First up are some layouts (I did these a long time ago, but never posted them) for an article on using glitter for Memory Makers Magazine. These were supposed to be in the March/April 08 issue, but the article got moved to the web-site. You can see them and the other beautiful glitter layouts here: www.memorymakersmagazine.com/tryglitter
And here is some more recent Christmas cards done using Queen and Company's felt fusion. I went a little wild with the sewing machine on these cards :) I loved the way they turned out.
And one more Christmas card using Queen and Company's felt fusion, Queen and Company's brads, and some cute Christmas papers by Melissa Frances. The chipboard and NOEL sticker are Melissa Frances too.
More Melissa Frances Papers and embellishments here too on this baby girl card:
And I stepped out of my comfort zone for sure on these well wishes tags, but it was really fun. I don't usually try a shabby-chic/vintage look, but I'm getting ready to start scrapbooking a bunch of heritage photos my mother gave me so I figured it was time to give it a try.
Here is a more traditional layout for me using even more Melissa Frances papers and embellishments. Also my current favorite thickers--which seem to show up on every baby page I do :)
And these are some recent Chatterbox projects. The first is a layout about Spencer's quirks at this age, and the second is the cover of a mini album I did about our trip up to the bluebonnet field last spring.
And last but not least, these are my Scrapbooks.com projects from September and October (click for a larger view).


  1. I just always love to look at those. Thanks for sharing. :)

  2. cute as always! love all those cards. they are really creative!

  3. wow, you're amazing! I love the little piggies picture of Spencer. You're so creative.

  4. Those pages are incredible. No wonder your a professional.