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Boys Will Be Boys

Sunday, August 30th, 2015

Boys Will Be Boys


Boys out on a summer walk on a dry day with rainboots, one is missing pants and they’ve stopped to check out a snail. Classic.

Products used: Papers: Echo Park, Bazzill, Little Yellow Bicycle, DCWV, Recollections, GCD; Stickers: Creative Memories, Making Memories; Sketch: Scrapbook Generation One by One

Family Vacation

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

This layout was designed for the May 2015 CREATE magazine.  See it HERE!




For the May issue of CREATE magazine we were asked to show off Paper House and their fun themed papers and embellishments.  I got the Family Vacation set:

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I picked out a silly photo of our son hitching a ride through the airport on our extra tall rolling suitcase.

Products used: Patterned paper: Paper House, My Mind’s Eye, We R Memory Keepers, Cosmo Cricket; Stickers: Paper House, Heidi Grace; Journaling block: Paper House

Baby Boy, too

Friday, March 7th, 2014


Another layout where I made two: one for me and one for Calvin.  😉

Products used: Papers: Creative Memories, SEI; Stickers: EK Success; Letters: Lily Bee Designs; Tools: Cricut Opposites Attract cartridge; Sketch: Scrapbook Generation

December 13th and 14th

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

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A New Home

Monday, June 4th, 2012

My scrapbooking buddy in Austin and her husband bought their first house last year.  Here is the cute card they sent out with their new address.  =)

Products used:  Patterned papers:  My Mind’s Eye (background), October Afternoon, Stampin Up (stripes), We R Memory Keepers;  Journaling block:  K&Company;  Stickers:  Joann (dream);  Letters:  Prima (small), American Crafts Thickers;  Sketch:  Sketches for Scrapbooking One Page Volume 2

Cute Little Baby Things

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

I had to document the acquisition of cute little baby things.  This is a picture of the detail on the first onesie I bought for Tobin.  It’s neutral colored because, well, I didn’t want to wait until we found out the gender.  =P

This layout is 8×8 inches.

Products used:  Patterned papers:  Cosmo Cricket;  Stickers: Deja Views (cute);  Letters:  Prima;  Tools:  Silhouette (onesie);  Sketch:  Sketch Support

This layout was created from the weekly sketch over on Sketch Support.  Please stop by to download the sketch and see more projects!

What’s Kickin’?

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

A favorite maternity shirt that I borrowed from my cousin, Nikki.

This layout is 8×8 inches.

Products used:  Patterned paper and ribbon:  Cosmo Cricket;  Journaling block:  Little Yellow Bicycle;  Letters:  American Crafts Thickers;  Sketch:  Sketches for Scrapbooking One-Page Sketches Volume 1

27 Weeks in Tahoe

Monday, January 9th, 2012
This post marks the beginning of a series of pregnancy album layouts.  I am 9 weeks along (!!) with our second baby and I need to get my first pregnancy album finished!

Bump photo taken on our yearly vacation to Tahoe.  I was too far along to go snowboarding with the family, but I brought my scrapbooking supplies and got a lot of work done.  =)

This is an 8×8 layout.

Products used:  Patterned papers and sticker: Cosmo Cricket Earth Love;  Letters:  Creative Memories (brown), Prima;  Sketch:  Sketches for Scrapbooking One-Page Sketches Volume 1

Seeing Stars

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

I love this photo.  It’s terrible quality, but you have to roll with what you’ve got.  We have this awesome product:  Twilight Turtle.  At night we have family time in the dark looking at the stars.  We love it!

Products used: Patterned papers: My Mind’s Eye (blue stars), DCWV (gold stars and patterned stars);  Embellishments:  DCWV (2 cute);  Letters: Making Memories (seeing), Glitz & Glitter (stars);  Tools: Cricut;  Sketch: Pagemaps

A Time to Celebrate

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

Congratulations to my cousin Anthony on his college graduation last spring!

Products used: Paper: BoBunny, jillibean soup (numbers); Ribbon: K&Company Smash tape; Tools: Cricut Reminisce cartridge from Creative Memories