Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Layouts and babies and dollies...

Of course, I have been a bad blogger AGAIN! I have so much to share! First of all are the layouts I have done for Kitschy Digitals in the last month. Danielle released some AWESOME kits in May. Here are the layouts I did with them:

On my 7 Months layout, I used the Watercolor Doilies Paper Collection. Since I don't have a 12x12 printer, I just resized them to 3x3, printed them all out, and made a patchwork background. This way I was able to use ALL the papers. The frame and the lemon are also from KD.

On the Coral Jean layout, I used the Granny's Attic Kit. This is my absolute favorite kit that Danielle has made! I just love it. I printed out the potholder in several sizes, then layered it with pop dots in between. I also did the silk flower in layers to add dimension, then sewed little pearls over the printed ones. Those are ACTUAL yo yos, pins, and buttons. The printed stuff looks so real you can hardly tell the difference!

I also wanted to share Fisher's 8 month photos. This cute kid is growing so fast! His EIGHTH tooth just came through this morning! When I was doing the photos, he kept smiling as soon as I'd take the camera away from my face, but he was "talking" through all of them, and they turned out cute, anyways:



I know I'm biased since he's my son, but isn't he just the cutest?! I love taking photos on our front deck because I like woodgrain look in the background.

One last thing to share. My dolly family is now up to two:

This is Jubilee. She's a Sugaroni Custom Blythe that I adopted from Plastic Paradise, and I just adore her red hair and freckles.

Oh, and don't forget today is One Buck Wednesday over at JessicaSprague.com. You can get the super cool Granny's Sewing Basket kit for only $1!

Well, that gets me caught up for the most part. I have some fun fabric and other supplies for new goodies I will be making, so I'll post photos of that stuff in the next couple days.

2 comments:

uyi said...

I regularly visit your blog.
Keep on challenging!

scrapcat said...

Your work is AMAZING!
wow! I haven't hybrid-scrapped in FOREVER but you make me want to dust off my printer ASAP. Just saw your fab page at Danielle's blog. just wow.


(p.s. we're on the KD team together)