Monday, December 30, 2013

Frozen 36 and 37

I found some time to scrap this weekend. Cayli came over and joined me; I really enjoy scrapping with her. She had a new Christmas kit, and it really made me want to shop. 63 more layouts to go, and I will shop - with pictures in hand.

My stash is continuing to decrease because nothing new is coming in. The Cricut is the hero of the day. It takes longer to complete layouts because I can't just open a package and place embellishments, but I am happy with the results I am getting and love that my scraps are getting used. I feel this frozen process is forcing me to be more creative. I see a look I like, and I have to figure out how to get that look with what I have in my scrap room.

I cut the rectangles with the Cricut and placed them where I wanted them. I even used eyelets on this one. This is a simple clean layout of Matt and his good friend.

 The black foam letters are American Craft and the red ones are from the Target dollar spot (several years ago).
This is from a trip to the Great Salt Lake. I got creative on this one. The blue paper was hand painted by me several years ago, and I loved how it looked with these pictures. I used the Cricut, stamps, wire, and embossing powder on this layout.
 The letters are some Frankensteined sticker letters and American Craft glittered chipboard letters. Yes, the A is an upside down Y with an * stuck on top of it.
I used stamps behind the picture block and then used glitter embossing powder to get the look of salt crystals. The dragonflies are stamped, colored, cut out, stacked with pop-dots, wire added, and placed on the layout.


  1. Great layouts love how you did the Lego :)

  2. Fun! Your first layout is awesome, great look and the 2nd is super pretty!