Friday, February 17, 2012

Swing Kid...

Happy Friday! I hope that you have been enjoying this week's Imaginisce-Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop. I am a big fan of the adhesives we got to play with this week and I'm so glad I get to share my layout project with you today!

I created a scrapbook page for my little rugrat to commemorate the first time he ever played on the "big kid" swings at the park. It happened in the fall and I was happy that I had some Apple Cider patterned paper, which gave me the perfect color palette.

To create my own sparkly title, I made use of Scrapbook Adhesives' Adhesive Sheets, which was so terrific for die-cutting the thin letters and glittered up beautifully. Also, the Foam Squares from SA were easy to trim to help pop-up my title.

I also created these sweet little rosettes from the Apple Cider paper and the very sticky Crafty Power Tape was just what I needed to secure them together and to the page.

I love the idea of using photo corners on scrapbook pages and adore these kraft-colored ones from Scrapbook Adhesives.

Patterned Paper: Apple Cider (Imaginisce)
Cardstock: Clay (AC Crafts); Very Vanilla, Baja Breeze (Stampin' Up!)
Accents: Photo Corners (Scrapbook Adhesives for 3L); Fire Opal Glitter (Martha Stewart Crafts)
Fibers: Twine (generic)
Dies: Stardust Grand Alphabet, Merry Cookie Cutter Alphabet (Lifestyle Crafts/Quickutz); Rosettes (Tim Holtz for Sizzix)
Adhesives: E-Z Runner, Crafty Power Tape, Adhesive Sheets, Foam Squares (Scrapbook Adhesives for 3L)


Mary Fish said...

you may even convince ME to scrapbook someday. you always know just the right amount of embellishing (and have an adorable child to make it a win win).

hugs, m

Anonymous said...

Bean! This is just wonderful and perfect in every way. Love the clean lines and just the right amount of embellishment. You need to submit this one girlie! Your photos are delicious! Have a great weekend!

Unknown said...

What a sweet layout for an awesome achievement! TFS! ;o)