Monday, March 7, 2011

It took a while, but...

Here's something new! :) I had a very fun catch up weekend with some of my favorite scrapbooking gals in February and here is what I got done (and a bit more)! It was so nice to get caught up on some older pics and to play with some new ones! Hope you enjoy! --Jules

Using our new Spray Pens, I mixed some Topiary re-inker, pearl paint and water and found that it was a perfect way to cover chipboard!

Our new buttons are AMAZING!! I love, love, love them! They come in 7 color palettes and have so many great shapes and sizes in every pack!

Using our 2" scallop punch, punch out 4 scallops from cardstock. Wet 3 of them and scrunch them into a ball. Unfold and layer the 3 scrunched ones onto the crisp 4th and add a large brad to get a stunning flower!

Since I scrapbook everything my kids do, their scrapbooks will be their reference and history, so I have chosen to scrapbook even painful events and memories. It may be something that we don't forget very quickly, but in years to come, they will want to know what they went through....

I have had this picture of my Grandpa with Lily just waiting to be scrapbooked and I finally found the perfect paper and accents for it.

This is one of our newest paper packs called Fanfare. In fact, this is the workshop on the go layout! I (of course) modified it a bit, but LOVE the ice cream stamp set it comes with!

Embossing, stitching, Liquid Applique, dimensional elements, buttons, sparkles and so much more... I love embellishing!

I LOVE this Olivia paper!! It was perfect for fall pictures!

Mixing fun and vintage was surprisingly simple on these pages.

This is the "Miracle" Workshop on the Go layout. The Color Ready Borders and paper folding made this workshop a lot of fun!

This is the "Sweetheart" Workshop on the Go layout. I love how it turned out (and you will too)! ;)

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