Let me start off today and show you some projects that I was suppose to post yesterday. I completly forgot that I did "Basketball" projects for Karen Foster...what a numbnut I am. I found these images when I was editing for todays post on Scrapbooking and Friends...oh well.
Here is a card, layout and showbox frame I did using the new Karen Foster Basketball line. BTW...totally love this line, it matches my boys uniforms perfectly. I love when a line does that...it makes scrapping so much easier.
I am totally into square cards...have been for a long time now. This dimensional sticker worked will with the shape of this card. And the little saying on the front has card written all over it.
Love how these stickers worked for the inside of the card. I am so into the insides of cards now...how about you?
Here is a layout I did...that is my cute little boy Grant and his travel team buddies. Sorry, crappy photos for this one.
A grouping of stickers, dimensional embellishments and thinments here.
Love this grouping of rolled strips of paper. Wish I did more...maybe for a future layout.
And a shodow box using all my left over elements plus some scrapper floss...this would make a great coaches gift if you used a team photo.
OK, so now for today's posting!
Scrapbooking and Friends
I made this card using the Scrapbooking Line. Great papers that can be used for more then just scrapbooking themed layouts.
I fussycut this flower and added a sticker and bling brad as the center embellishment.
Love me some scrappers floss!
Here is a desktop calendar I made. I used so many elements from the scrappers line in this. Stickers, bling, paper, scrapper floss...pretty much everything I got to design with is in the book. My retreat ladies will remember this book. I was making this when I was away with them back in Nov.
The calendar opens like a star.
And now for a layout, cruddy pictures...sorry.
How about a little sneak at the Friends line?
If you like butterflies then you will want to grab this sticker sheet. They also fit perfectly over the butterfly paper. All you need is a few pop dots and you are good to.
Well, I am finally done...sorry this one was soooo long! Now about the CONTEST!
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I love the colors in the scrapbooking line. The desktop calendar looks great in that paper. It is also nice to see you on a layout Maryfrances.ReplyDelete
The calendar rocks! I love seeing what you do with embellishments, too.ReplyDelete
WOW! The Scrapbooking and Friends collections are WONDERFUL! Love your calendar. Thanks BUNCHES for the chance. Have a GREAT Day,ReplyDelete
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Nice to see you in your own scrapbook page. We tend to scrapbook everyone else but ourselves. I really like the basketball pages!ReplyDelete
Wow you have been busy! Great projects.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to win, and at the same time get inspired :)ReplyDelete
Wow! You put together some great projects! I love what you did with the basketball pages. The small details are great!ReplyDelete
How cute! Your basketball projects are awesome. :)ReplyDelete
Great LO's and LOVE LOVE the scrapbooking line and BFF line.ReplyDelete
Love your calendar project! And how cute that there are brad and paper punch cutout embellishments on your "She's Crafty" page. Love the metal accents on the scrapbooking and Best Friends projects too. TFS!ReplyDelete
Mini albums are just the cutest. Sports pages sure has come a long ways.ReplyDelete
love what you do with the floss, I need to try thatReplyDelete
Love the scrapbooking collection! It would give me the chance to scrap my passion!ReplyDelete
Love those butterflies! Although with boys it's a little tricky to incorporate them...in sure when he's 17 he'll be real happy with all the butterflies i put his pages!!!ReplyDelete
Your projects are beautiful!ReplyDelete
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That calendar is great!ReplyDelete
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