Because it’s Monday again, it’s time for me to post my latest scrapbook projects. I have quite a few to share, and I even have some readers’ pages as well. Let’s get this party started!
I've been following along with the Photoshop Top Five Class over at Jessica Sprague's site to celebrate their fifth birthday. One of the classes was about how to use quickpages, and this is the completed project that I put together.
Jessica Sprague's Photoshop Top Five Class
I've been working on using some older scrapbook supplies, and I had some scraps left over from making my "Not A Toy" layout. I couldn't just throw them in the trash so I made two nearly identical cards. (Don’t worry, I won’t bore you by posting both of them.)
This card features an October Afternoon sticker and a finger pointing stamp that I stamped and cut out. Special thanks to Holly from The Sampler kit club for the stamps, and to Mitra for the beautiful layered flower.
I fell in love with Samantha Walker's Circle Purse digital die cut file the minute I saw it. This is the project that I created. I used some older SEI papers and embellishments to accent the assembled die cut file.
This is my take on Samantha Walker’s petal box digital die cut file. I used more of my older SEI goodies from my paper stash to make this project.
You all know how much I love to share the pages that my readers send me. My dear friend Vija has been scrapping lovely photos of her son’s wedding. She sent me this layout and told me she was inspired by sketch #19. I was so impressed by the elegance of this page. She did an amazing job!
Chez is another scrappy friend of mine, and she sent me this layout of her absolutely adorable grandson. It was also inspired by sketch #19. I love her punching and the little robot embellishments make this a perfectly classic little boy page. Isn’t it awesome?
Thank you ladies! I really appreciate your use of my sketches and your generosity in letting me share your pages with my readers.