I have never purchased Webster's Pages before in my life, other than their amazing alphabet stickers.
When this line appeared in the Shoppe, though, I really wanted to give it a shot! I asked all the Creative Team members if they thought I could handle it, and most of them said yes. So I apprehensively ordered it, and nervously waited for it to arrive.
I must say, the papers are beautiful, and the quality is outstanding! My favorite thing about the line, though are the AMAZING fabric ribbons, and the gorgeous embellishments.
This line is geared towards Christmas baking, and sadly, we didn't do too much of that this year. I had to improvise then, because even the little we did, is still in my camera.
Here are the layouts I did with this line:
Here is a layout of Delaney's first grade picture. I find these types of photographs incredibly difficult to scrap, but it worked well with this line! I punched out butterflies to make it more whimsical, and they went on a field trip that year to see the butterfly exhibit!
This next layout is Kiley and her friend Paige making a cake. The colors were perfect for the Sweet Shoppe line! I hand cut the cupcakes with their initials on top to decorate the bottom of the layout.
My last layout is actually a Christmas layout! It shows a few of the decorations we had around the house this year for Christmas. I love how this layout turned out!
My last project is a hostess gift for this weekend. We are staying with friends that live on a lake and make an ice skating rink, for both skating and hockey. I painted a crate, Mod Podged it and decorated it with paper and embellishments. I then filled it with hot chocolate packets that they can make when they come in from outside.
here is the side view:
This was a fun line to work with, and I hope that you take a leap of faith and give it a try!
Just gorgeous Pam! I love the crate o chocolate...it gets cold here too;-)
Love your projects! That Cocoa crate is adorable! And you just gave me a great idea about a project to make for my craft room!
Awesome job, Pam!!!
that crate is just adorable and so are the other project- it looks like a great line to work with.
That crate is so cute! What a fun idea! You did an awesome job with the Websters!
OMG I love the hot cocoa crate! You did *awesome*!