Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Big Wheels Keep on Turning...TE Key Ingredients Take Two!

I hope your weekend were all smashing. Before I begin, I'd like to wish the lovely and talented Taylor VanBruggen a very HAPPY 30TH BIRTHDAY! Be sure you leave her some birthday love on her blog today!
The Baker's Dozen got to play with the fun and fresh June Key Ingredients for Taylored Expressions over the weekend and I've got a second project to share with you today! I have been wanting to scrap this page for my little rugrat for ages and the "ingredients" in the June kit were just perfect for what I needed.

The patterned papers included in the kit are bright, vibrant, and fun. All the card stock seen on my layout (with the exception of the yellow and my 12 x 12 base) are from the kit. I stamped the darling old fashioned bike from the new Bikes & Trikes set.

I used one of the recently released Petal Pop-Ups dies to create this cute little floral accent, along with buttons and ribbon from the kit.

For my title, the word "Wheels" was cut from the patterned paper using TE's Tall & Skinny Alpha dies, which is one of my new fave font dies. 

All cardstock, patterned paper, and accents 
from June Key Ingredients unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Bikes & Trikes (Taylored Expressions)
Fly Your Flag 3, Sprockets (Taylored Expressions)
Coloring Medium: White Gel Pen (Inkessentials)
Cardstock: 12 x 12 White textured (American Crafts); Delightful Daffodil (Stampin' Up!)
Other die: Stone Soup (Bosskutz)

Now head over to the Key Ingredients blog for some more KI inspiration with the talented Jessica Diedrich and Jen Shults!


Karen Giron said...

This is so cute! I love all the little elements you put into this page and the photo is just precious!

Unknown said...

Ack! This is just TOO sweet, Regina! Your layout is so fun and I love that sweet photo!

Mary Fish said...

as always . . . beautiful details (and cute kiddo). love the layered button! hugs, m

Unknown said...

What an adorable layout! I remember when my son outgrew his Big Wheel. LOL! He didn't want to give it up and he would point his knees outwards so he could continue to ride it. TY for bringing back the memory! ;o)