Thursday, March 5, 2009

New Scrappy Projects

I have a ton of new scrappy projects to show you! First, it is reveal day at Citrus Tree Studio. This month Cindy put together a beautiful kit using the August Collection from Marks Paper Co. The paper is wonderful because it looks like fabric!

The first layout is my little cousin Rachel. She is such a cutie and I love this picture of her feeding the birds...


The CTS "In the Garden" kit has a little take-out box in it. This was the first time I've altered one of these boxes and I found it to be fun and really easy to put together. I added my own ribbon, wire, and buttons and look how cute it turned out.

Tanner and his date getting ready for Cinderella Ball:


Finally, this is an older picture of Dave and Gabe crossing Fifteen-mile creek while fishing last spring. It is such a wonderful picture of the two of them and it'll always be one of my favorites.


A little card I did last weekend for Cindy's Quick-Fire Challenge. I used a template from the March/April Paper Crafts Magazine that was posted on the CK website:


I also did some fun layouts for Scrapbook Dreamer this month. The first is goofy gabe. He was so excited to go see his cousin last weekend and this is how he dressed himself before we left. Helllllo, how could you not take of picture of this?? Oh yeah, I've since rearranged the title because the word "charming" was making me crazy.

The following picture isn't the best since I took it tonight. I created my own little tile embellishments out of patterned paper, chipboard and UTEE. They turned out great and it was my first try using UTEE. A word of caution though...melt the stuff on a heat-safe surface--not on a plastic craft table! Ooops, probably not one of my brighter moves.

The patterned paper on this one is the Basic Grey Marrakech line. Pretty stuff.

1 comments:

Melanie said...

The paper by Marks Paper Co are stunning, I love what you have done with it Tammy.

The last layout "Hand in hand" is beautiful, the paper compliments the photo beautifully.