Saturday, May 1, 2010

Happy National Scrapbooking Day!
{shouldn't there be gifts given on such a holiday?? i think so!}
For the occasion, I present to you a bunch of scrapbooking stuff to look at!
__________________________________________
This is Lee and his first dog {a looong time ago}.
Supplies: Patterned paper (Basic Grey, KI Memories), Foam alphas (My Little Shoebox), Stickers (KI Memories), Chipboard (Die Cuts with a View), Brads (KI Memories)
__________________________________________
And I think I am soooo funny with this one!
Supplies: Patterned paper (7gypsies, Fancy Pants, Jenni Bowlin), Die cut paper (Jenni Bowlin), Alpha stickers (Making Memories), Rub-ons (Hambly), Buttons (Jenni Bowlin), Border stickers (KI Memories), Felt heart (Jenni Bowlin)
__________________________________________
Here are a couple of cards I made for the My Mind's Eye blog.

I used the same basic design for both cards-one is a girly card & one is just a little more neutral.

Supplies: Patterned paper, Bling, Ribbon (My Mind's Eye Lush), Die cuts (My Mind's Eye Penny Lane & Quite Contrary)
________________________________________
And finally here are a couple layouts I made this month for My Little Shoebox.
I love the primary colors in this line!!


Supplies: Patterned paper, Chipboard alphas, Die cuts, tiny alpha stickers (My Little Shoebox), Brads (KI Memories)
__________________________________________
I hope you are having a great day on this holiday!
:)
Be sure to check out the KI blog for your chance to win a Silhouette!!
gretchen

5 comments:

erin said...

happy NSD weekend! lovely layouts here as always.

aussiescrapper said...

Wow you have been super busy here, great eye-candy, love all the layouts and you have a gorgeous style, loved looking at all your great photos too. Melxx

Dorrit said...

I really really love the first Layout!

Michele said...

Love all of your LO's and cards!!! Happy NSD!

Hampers said...

I love seeing how illustrators use their own set! And I love seeing such out of the ordinary ideas! Love this