Helen hosted another 1 hr crop over at the Bug forum on Saturday night and it was just as fun as the first!
There was a sketch provided and off we went... here is my layout.
I used a MME 6x6 pad, some stampin up brads and page clip, sprinklers and mr heuy mists, thickers
a maya roads mini ticket, a studio calico wood veneer camera, a metal star from goodness knows where and my handy dandy sewing machine!
So happy to be able to do girly layouts about my daughter. I am even more excited about crafting with her... I hope she loves it as much as I do.
Anywhoodles, here is a little girly funny layout. It is called 3 Generations... she loves her dolls already and she is not even 2. She feeds them, burps them, walks them in their stroller and puts them in their beds! It is amazing to watch!
gun! I thought I had a good idea to make some chevron pattern paper out of washi tape but after taping a 6 x 12 piece of paper and then cutting it all up, throwing it out, then picking a few pieces out... I ended up with this layout, which I love!
Come back tomorrow... I am sure I will have sumpin up! lol
I bought this magazine a few months ago... I am a virgo and I love organizing, labelling and all that goodness!
While I was a little disappointed it didn't have more of the organizing, labelling and scrappy room pics rather than all the card pics nut I did see a cool, easy soup can project. If you seen my kids desk you would know
We started right away collecting cans...
The tough part was the lazy Susan, I couldn't find one anywhere. Then a friend recommended Value Village and bam... a grey marble lazy susan for $6 !
So we sprayed the cans... covered them with fabric and glued them to the lazy susan.