Every once in a while, I see a scrapbooking line that I just KNOW fits my kids. Unwritten by Reminisce is the PERFECT line for my "peace out", colorful and crazy kids. This line screams Kendall, but I used it for the others, as well. I even used it for a Cherry meeting from CHA last summer! Not only are the colors beautiful, the embellishments that are included in this line are absolutely incredible. I fell in love with the journaling deck, and plan on using them for many layouts in the future.
The first layout I did was of a meeting with a Cherry! This is Tania (koala1966) and I at CHA last summer in Orlando. I was so looking forward to meeting her, since we have been online friends for years. The quotes are classic and can be in a variety of ways.
The next layout I did was a fun one of my kids at the Wisconsin State Fair. I love how the 12 inch border strips add just the right touch to complete the layout.
I have always wanted to do a layout with no patterned paper. Since these embellishments are so incredible, I decided to go for it. I really like the bright and cheery way that this layout turned out.
Juornaling has never been a strong suit of mine, but when I saw the journaling words, I knew exactly how I was going to use them. My daughter Kendall is an amazing young woman, and the words that are on these sheets are perfect for her. I wanted her to know exactly how important she is to me.
Kendall has always been drawn to peace signs. Colorful peace signs. So I wanted to use this paper for the picture of her first day of her Junior National Young Leader Convention. I am always proud of her, but this day in particular, I was so happy for her.
I love the bright colors and the beautiful patterns in this line! It is a must have for all ages!
I have been a big fan of Graphic 45 papers since the company's inception. At CHA last summer, I lurked around their beautifully decorated booth and tried hard not to drool all over their design teams lovely creations. I was so excited when the new lines came out and was so excited to get to work with Le' Romantique.
My daughter has been hounding me to finish Vol. II of her wedding album before the twins arrive in June. I am sure she knows where my scrapping will focus then. This line made doing the layouts a breeze and, by purchasing the 12x12 paper pack, I got doubles of everything in the line including the frames page and lots of pop out pieces. Even though I don't do a lot of double page layouts, I still like facing pages to have some continuity and some cohesion. The paper pack gave me plenty of options.
I wanted to do a fun layout for my Book of Me as well....again! G45 to the rescue. My grandmother worked in a hat factory before she married my grandfather. She loved hats and she always wore one and her white gloves when she left the house. I must have inherited her love of hats but I sure wish I looked as good in them as she did.
And, as everyone knows, G45 is unparralled for scrapping heritage phots and doing vintage projects. I have several photos of my aunt taken during the early years of the war and this one taken after the war. She waited through out for my uncle to return to her so they could be married. Meanwhile, she attended college and kept herself busy. I have their letters to each other but have not read them. Maybe some day.
These papers are so versatile and so pretty. Watch for lots more from me using these as i continue with the wedding album, my heritage album and my Book of Me. Oh, and there is a a very sweet baby line too...lol.
When I saw this line of papers come into the shop, I knew immediately that my teenage daughter would love them. I have to admit though that I was a little afraid to order it, because I was not sure if it was "scrappable" , at least for me ...
For this weeks flower you will need to start with 3 circles. Mine are 2 inches, 1 1/2 inches and 1 inch.
On the tag that is attached to each of the embellishment bags for the KaiserCraft's Peachy Keen line it describes the line as:
I can't think of a better color to represent Spring than green! The grass is starting to pop out, the dormant plants are popping through the wet soil, and we celebrated St ...
This weeks flower is as much an embellishment as it is a flower.
My Mind's Eye just keeps getting better with each product debut. The newest collections are named after nursery ryhmes and I chose to work with the
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