Monday, September 19, 2011

I'm enjoying the kids being in school

because I'm able to get some stuff accomplished. I used the Week 2 card sketch from Sassy Lil' Sketches to create this Bo Bunny card. One of my all time favorite collections from Bo Bunny was the Sophie Collection. I was trying to use up an old kit from Scrapdango. I created this card plus the Smile card and the budding photog layout and still have plenty more scraps to create more. Crop Stop is also having a challenge to use buttons, so I added them to the card. Also, Paper Variety's challenge was to use stickers, so I used a clear sticker from SRM Stickers.
I used sketch #39 from Cardabilities, it was a perfect sketch to use up more of the Bo Bunny Sophie scraps that I had lying on my table.

On this layout I used more of the Bo Bunny Sophie Collection and created this for a challenge at Scrapdango. Besides the Bo Bunny papers, I used the Tim Holtz photo strip ribbon, which I purchased because I knew I had this pick of my DD that I wanted to scrap. The challenge was to use a visual triangle (which is the 3 photo strips), use an actual triangle (the triangle border stickers) and use another shape (the title block).

On this layout I used sketch #173 from Creative Scrappers and I also used it for the Science challenge at Scrapdango. It was to use hexagons or octagons, use green as a main color, and use a botanical item - mine is the wood title letters. I created the "Bubbles" on the layout by watering down white paint and then adding a layer of Glimmer Glaze on top to add a touch of shimmer. Since it was a science challenge I thought the Atomic Soup papers from Jillibean Soup was the perfect collection for this challenge, plus it gave me an excuse to ACTUALLY use it.

I was looking through my pics when I saw this picture of me at dinner while on vacation and a title popped into my head and I knew I had to scrap it right away. I thought the Creative Scrappers sketch #172 fit this picture and I decided to pull out Webster's Pages Ladies & Gents collection and then added extra Webster's goodies like the Bloomers, the blingy ribbon, the pom pom flower, and other extra goodies.

I added a closeup of the journaling.

A Ta Da Creative Studios project Friendship is a gift, so let’s make your friend’s day and make a great card to celebrate your friendship! That’s what this card is all about. I used the wonderful colorful Sizzlin’ Summer line from Ta Da Creative Studios to create this friendship card. Wouldn’t you love to receive a card like this in the mail?
I used the Mini Mes paper, this one is PERFECT when making cards because the pattern is smaller than the full size paper. I also used the Snippets & Clippets paper (which I LOVE) and fussy cut the Pink flower and used the journaling block for the sentiment of the card. The butterfly punch was an easy and quick embellishment for this card. Add a sentiment, a touch of ribbon/trim and you have a card your friend will treasure. Have a great scrappy week!!

8 comments:

Scrapenabler said...

Love all your layouts and cards! Love that BoBunny Sophie collection. Thanks for playing along with Sassy Lil' Sketches.

VanessaB said...

GORGEOUS LO's and cards! Thanks for playing at SLS! :)

Vicki said...

Beautiful card, Lisa! The colors and details are fab! Thanks for playing along with our CropStop Button Challenge.

Jamilie said...

Great projects!! Thank you for playing with us this week at The Paper Variety!

Rosie said...

Your layouts and cards are stunning! Love how you used the buttons as the centers for your flowers! Thank you for joining in our CropStop Button Challenge. Hugs, Rosie

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

What a cute card. Thanks for playing at Sassy.

Dolly Daydreams said...

Wow you have been busy ! Such amazing work each piece is just perfect and beautifully created. Thank you for joining us at Sassy Lil Sketches and good luck.

Marie

salmaashiq said...

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