Today, I’m here to share a redo layout of my layout “Made with Love.” I confess that I am a bit of a perfectionist. I am slowly getting some layouts made of baby girl #3. I was putting a few layouts away in her album, and there was a layout I made about her handmade quilt. It has always bothered me that I didn’t get the squares to line up just perfectly, and I didn’t measure right, so I ended up cutting the 4th row (to the right & on the bottom) smaller than the others. That kind of messed up the x pattern sewing I did.
I know it’s not very obvious in the photo, but it was to me, and it bothered me. It was summer break, I didn’t have any assignments at that moment, and baby girl was asleep for the night, so I figured why not redo it.
Here is my redo:
I really like how it came out. The + cut file is this one from the justnick shop. I used some papers from my Crate Paper Maggie Holmes Gather and Cute Girl 6×6 paper pads. The alpha is American Crafts thickers. The owl is from my favorite Mama Elephant stamp set charmed that I stamped and colored with copic markers.
I am much happier with how this layout turned out. It is ready to go in the album!
I rarely redo layouts, but I guess I was in the crafty mood.
What to do think? Which do you prefer?
Happy Friday friends! TGIF!!!
Hey guys! I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog today featuring the DIY fringe included in the July Smile More Kit as a part of 1 Product 2 Ways. The letters are from the July Laugh More add-on.
I inked up one of the DIY fringe with Distress Ink in picked raspberry and an ink blending tool to match my daughter’s glasses. I also made 2 strips of my own fringe with pattern paper.
I love how the layers of fringe and the tiny flowers that I hand cut kind of echo the florals behind Ellie in the photo.
Stop by the blog for more info and photos, and to see how Tessa used the DIY fringe!
P. S. how is my daughter 7 already! GAH!!!
Hey guys! I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog today with a mini album share and tips for fussy cutting.
Every month, I take a picture of Ruby in a white onesie and a monthly sticker. I love to see how babies change and grow in their first year of life. I wanted to document my baby’s 12 months, so I thought a little mini album would be perfect! I used the July Smile More kit and the July Laugh More add-on.
I hope you check out the blog for more photos and the fussy cutting tips!
Today, I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog with a Take 2 layout. I used the June Sunshine Days kit, and I created a layout inspired by another layout from the team…spoiler alert, it’s me! LOL! I just loved this layout that I created last month so much, I wanted to recreate it.
My wild child! LOL! Journaling says: This girl here: just putting on a swimsuit fashion show in a Target fitting room! Love her tons!!!
Today, I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog with a planner spread. We’ve got lots going on this month! The last day of school, my daughter’s 5th grade graduation, an out of state wedding, and our family vacation. I’m counting down the days for vacation…can’t wait!
I used the Elle’s Studio vellum embellishments from the June Sunshine Days kit as a part of the 1 product 2 ways post. Stop by the Scrapbook Circle blog to see how Rebecca used the embellishments!
Hey guys! I hope you’re having a great weekend!
Today, I’ve got a layout for you featuring Scrapbook Circle’s June kit Sunshine Days.
My middle recently sang “How Far I’ll Go,” from Moana, with her friend at the school talent show. They decided they wanted to sing in the talent show, so they practiced, picked coordinating outfits, and were ready to go!!!
Head over to the Scrapbook Circle blog for more photos and how I made this layout!
Hey friends! Shoutout to my hubbie on his birthday! Love you!
Today, I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog with a layout using the April Our Story kit. I am absolutely loving the Pinkfresh Studio alpha stickers!!!
Back in February, the first graders at my daughter’s school celebrated 100 days of school by dressing up as if they were 100 years old. Ellie looked so darn cute! I wanted to take some pics of her, and she sure isn’t shy in front of the camera, lol.