Friday, October 1, 2010

August and September Layouts

Between posting about our vacations, family visits, Jesse's marathon training, and my design team work, I have been delinquent in showing you my non-design team scrapbooking layouts (many inspired by Scrap Attack Scrapbooking challenges). Without further adieu . . .



This first layout is my favorite. I love the pictures of Chloe dancing around in her princess dress and Basic Grey's Kioshi line was perfect for this layout. If you click on the image, you can see that I did a ton of hand stitching!



In this layout I used the Kioshi line in a more bold and unexpected way. I hand cut the lattice pattern from a checkered pp and used it to accent sweet pictures of Chloe's first trip to the dog park.


Speaking of bold, I just love the colors in the Bayberry line by Pink Paislee. I thought that both the colors and name of the Bayberry collection worked really well with our blueberry picking pictures!

I also used the Bayberry line for these next two summery layouts. In this first one I created a couple handmade flowers using the pleated ribbon from this collection. Aren't the nightime pictures that Jesse took beautiful?


This is is a funny layout about a joke that we played on Jesse. You can click on the layout to read the journaling along the outside of the page.


Pink Paislee's Queen Bee line is the complete opposite in terms of colors and look but I love it just as much (probably more, really). This layout features pictures taken of my office, which is not that clean right now!



Last but not least I used one of Kaisercraft's older collections to put together this earthy layout, which commemorates my greatest athletic achievement to date!

2 comments:

  1. Love all of the beautiful layouts! I actually also have the Bayberry line (from my birthday present), because I wanted 365 Degrees, but they didn't have it in stock. You have done some great layouts with it~I just haven't been able to bring myself to use it! =P

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  2. Beautiful pages!!

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