I had this collection of pictures of my son that were somewhat random. They were all from when he was about a month old to when he was about 3 months old and I never knew how to group them together. I came across this layout idea in the Magic How-To book and thought that it was such a cute layout, how could I not use this in class. It was pretty easy to assemble, just a few pieces of cardstock here and there, then add the stars, pop up couple with 3D foam tape and then fake stitches around the pieces. I added some Washi tape and some star brads as well. I hope you like it as much as I do. Sometimes simple with a bit of a pop works really well.
Monday, November 18, 2013
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
The For Always paper pack is so a timeless with the basic black and white with some very nice patterns. This is a fairly simple layout, but the patterned paper makes it look so elegant. It is one of my favorites for sure. I will be making class a little more difficult today as this is a very easy layout to create, I'm having my students cut the paper. I will also be giving them a choice of the color of cardstock as not everyone may want Lagoon to complement their layout. I hope you enjoy.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
This is the very pretty Frosted Paper Pack. I've been borrowing a Cricut from a friend of mine and I've been putting it to good use lately. For this layout, we are visiting several spectrums: die cuts, punches, embossing, and hand cuts. The art of the layout is in the placement of the snowflakes. I hope you like it.