Wednesday, July 28, 2010

This weekends work...

Whoever said these are the lazy days of summer hasn't been over to our place lately:) Between birthdays, gymnastic camps, day camps, playdates, meetings and on and on, I've been running out of steam by 7:30 just in time to watch a little wipe out. I did these projects over the weekend and am just now getting around to posting them. I'll be making the party favours for my dear Syd's 4th birthday today or tomorrow so I'll make sure to get those posted when I do. Hope everyone else is having a fantastic summer too!

So on to our projects! This is yet another card from the JBC series and by my count it's #30 so get ready for a little blog candy over the next few days! I cut this at 5 inches and used some new paper from the DCWV all about girls stack. The colour is much more vibrant IRL. My favorite thing about this cut is that the polka dot paper actually wraps around to the back so the whole card really looks nicely finished. There's a beautiful glitter to the dots as well but the camera failed to pick that up.

Supplies Used: Cardstock: SU very vanilla, basic black, rose red Patterned: DCWV

Next is a layout for creative scrappers sketch113 I'm a week late and a dime short but I loved the sketch and can't wait to get onto this weeks!

Supplies used: Cardstock: SU sierra sand, mellow moss, buckaroo blue, bordering blue, always artichoke, kraft Bling: SU distressing tool, Glimmer mist in coffee shop, smooch spritz in emerald sprinkle, glimmer mist stencils, adriondack acrylic paint in sailboat blue, SU alphabet set

Last up is a super quick layout using the cricut Graphically Speaking Cart. This is one of the reasons I love the size of the expression machine. I cut the alpha block on page 36 of the handbook. That's pretty much all there is to this layout. Easy and pretty.

Supplies Used: Adorable girl: Sydney Cardstock: SU pixie pink Patterned: Me and My Big Ideas school stack, Cricut and Graphically speaking cart, Flower and bling: totally forgot but really pretty!
Have a great day everyone!

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