Hey guys! I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog today with a DT choice layout using the May Take Note kit!
We got Ruby’s ears pierced recently, and I wanted to document this milestone. We got her sisters’ ears pierced when they were 4 1/2 months old, and we wanted to do the same for baby girl. She looks so precious with her little pearl earrings! I love it!
Doesn’t her smile just melt your heart?!
Don’t forget to head over to the Scrapbook Circle blog for more pics and info!
Hey friends! Today, I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog with a trio of cards. When I saw the cut file in this month’s Take Note kit, I thought they would make perfect sentiments for handmade cards.
I was really inspired by Kristina Werner, and tried this watercolor technique. I love how bold and graphic my cards turned out!
Stop by the Scrapbook Circle blog for more info and photos of my cards!
Today, I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog with a Tech Tip layout using the May Take Note kit.
I scrapbooked my daughter’s 1st grade music performance. The theme was farm “moo-sic,” and the kids were so adorable! My somewhat shy kid got a solo, and a speaking part too. We are so proud of her!
I hope you like my layout! Don’t forget to stop by the Scrapbook Circle blog for more pics and a tip!
Today I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog with a layout featuring their June Now or Never kit.
My oldest daughter turned 10…that’s double digits…in April! Since I was so sick, because of the news I shared here, we celebrated with just a few school friends with manis & pedis, and pizza & Baskin Robbins ice cream cake at home.
Here is what I created to document this big milestone:
I love how it turned out. This is exactly why I scrapbook. I want to look back on these milestones, and I want my girls to look back as well, and remember how much fun we all had.
Happy Sunday y’all!
Hello friends! Today, I’m on the Scrapbook Circle blog with a layout using their June Now or Never kit. My layout is a part of 1 Product 2 Ways featuring gold labels. On my layout, I used the labels as a frame for my photos. Come check out the blog to see how else it was used!