Sunday, March 22, 2009

Expo Treats!

There's only one other screapbooking company I get exxcited about.... it's called S.E.I. Yesterday Kelli and I went to a scrapbook Expo. We go about 2 times a year to learn new things and have fun. This was one of the classes I took. It was a lot of fun and I loved this paper ensemble. It went perfect with some of Amanda's baby gym photos.
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Monday, March 16, 2009

Easter Card

We'll be making this card next week at our monthly get together. Hope to see you there!
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Amanda's Third Month

Here's a layout I finished this morning using the Amore paper packet and stamps from the Key to My Heart and June Word Puzzle stamp sets. This was Amanda's baby pictures from her third month.
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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Girl's Day Out

I had a great afternoon hanging out with some friends and doing some craft projects. I love the little notebook holder.
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Saturday, March 14, 2009

An Easter Gift

This little jar holds almonds and peeps to be given as an Easter gift. It's using Hollyhock ribbon and paper from the Boom-Di-Ada paper packet.
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Saturday, March 7, 2009

Simple Thank You Card

This is a simple card I made from scraps in my CTMH paper packet.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Altered Mineral Makeup Containers

These were so fast and easy to make. I just used empty containers from Bare Minerals makeup and some of my scrap paper and stamps in my collection.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Recent Layouts

I used one of the pre-printed layouts from the Magic Moments kit to do this layout when we became Landon's Godparents last Septemeber in Redding. The kit is still available for purchase! I used the remaining photos in CTMH's 12x12 photo pockets. I love it that my non-scrapbooked photos still get some love!

Aspen paper packet with the workshop guide.
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Mini Card

These were cards I made for a swap with some fellow CTMH ladies. The theme of my card was honoring my dad because the get together fell on the one year anniversary of his passing. What I love about homemade cards is that you can put stamps and personal touches on the inside of the card that you don't often find with store bought cards. You can also make them any size. I love square shaped cards and stationary.
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