I’ve been a busy bee today working on my September calendars. I spent most of the afternoon coloring and fussy cutting 3 images and half a dozen apples. Very happy with how they turned out though
This is Apple Emma from C.C. Designs and it’s the first time I’ve inked her up~
The background papers are from Imaginisce’s Apple Cider 6×6 paper pad.
I did get a bunch of scrapping done yesterday so I’ll have lots to share this week!
Good morning!!! The last day of August…wow, it really flew by!!
I hope to have more to share later today but for this post, I’m sharing the last of the layouts I made last week! I started to use sketches and then went off track with both LOL. I don’t usually do that but I was using background paper that I didn’t want to cover up.
Here is the first one~
I used more of the October Afternoon Rocket Age and added some brads from my stash. I tell ya, this paper was a PAIN in the neck lol. It took quite a bit to punch out all the pre-scored numbers.
Here is the 2nd one~
I love this fun paper that I found at my scrapbook store several months ago. I trimmed it down so that I could mount in on green to draw more attention to Buzz in the corner. The little banners were cut from the leftover paper. A piece of chipboard from October Afternoon’s Rocket Age and more buttons/brads from my stash were added.
That’s all for now!
I got out of work early and took advantage of the nice weather to run a few fun errands. Hobby Lobby and the cupcake shop! I’m all ready for a long scrappy weekend!
This is another layout that I did last week. It is for the 2nd August sketch from ScrapMuch? These are pictures from our first Disney trip in September 2011. One of my Disney groups had a challenge to scrap a space theme and to use metal. Check and check! Do you see the hidden Mickey?
I used cardstock, buttons and brads from my stash and some patterned paper from the October Afternoon Rocket Age collection.
Here is the sketch~
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Tonight I am sharing a layout I made last week for the August 1st sketch at ScrapMuch? I was working with an 8×8 October Afternoon Rocket Age paper pad so I ended up with lots of white space. Usually it drives me crazy but I just went with the flow this time lol.
I also used some Rocket Age chipboard and stickers that were in my stash. I had bought a few of the Santa Sacks several years ago and saved a ton of stuff that wasn’t my taste at the time, good thing I did. It finally came in handy!
Here is the sketch~
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