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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Let's Scrap - Lutherhaven

When my daughter was in the 4th grade her class took an overnight trip to Lutherhaven - a camp that isn't too far out of town. It was so much fun chaperoning these kids and getting to know them better. It was a great bonding experience for them and they made some great memories alongside learning some great lessons! I used this week's Let's Scrap sketch to create this layout.


The Sketch:


My Take:


To Create this Layout I used:

DCWV: Boho Style paper stack

Cricut Cartridges:
Elegant Edges - leaf book cover
Holiday Cakes - leaf borders
Type Candy Font - title font

Ek Success: Banner punch for the banners on the right
Basic Gray: Capture diecuts - photo frame,camera and "take a pictures it'll last longer"
Metal circle embellishments from my stash
Distressing Ink




Thank you so much for stopping by!



Blessings,




 

Friday, January 11, 2019

I Love My Daughter

One of the things I love to do is take my kiddos out on dates alone. On this particular day it was time to take my daughter out for some mommy and daughter time. She loves the idea of coffee, even though I do not let her have actual coffee. She gets hot chocolate. But, I do like to take her on an occasional coffee date just her and I. Being a scrapper we had to take a selfie with our coffee cups!
I used a sketch from the Let's Get Sketchy blog

The Sketch:

And My Take:


To Create this Layout I used:

DCWV: Flower Shop paper stack
Project Life: Love Life - photo overlay
Pebbles - Epherma - &
Cricut Cartridge: Love You a Latte - coffee cup
Design Space - to write title on cup
Computer Font - Axettac Demo
Carpe Diem - decorative "love" clip
Lovesvg.com - title "I love my daughter"
Heidi Swapp: vellum epherma - butterfly


Thank you so much for stopping by!


Blessings,






Saturday, January 5, 2019

Let's Scap - Snow Day

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
From all of us at Let's Scrap we want to wish you a blessed 2019!

Welcome back to our Let's Scrap Sketches site 
and the first sketch of the year! 

This is the sketch by Mich...have fun creating!



My Take:


To Create this layout I used:
circle borders - Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge
"The White Stuff" - Graphically Speaking cartridge
"Baby It's Cold Outside" - Family Album cartridge
snowflakes - from my stash







Saturday, December 15, 2018

Let's Scrap: Thanksgiving & KTR

For this challenge by Let's Scrap I decided to try scrapbooking some of our Star Wars pictures. I have such a hard time with character layouts. I'm never very sure how to embellish them but I really wanted to go ahead and try. Using sketches really help me get a starting point. I decided to use the left side of the sketch to create my layout. 


The Sketch:



My Take:


To Create this Layout I used:

Craft Smith: Happy Fall paper stack
Colorbox: photo frame overlay
Celebrate With a Flourish Cricut Cartridge: Turkey
Straight From the Nest cartridge: Flourish
Miss Kate's Cuttables: "Happy Thankgiving" title svg
K & Compahy: cardstock embellishments
Primas and Twine





Another layout using this sketch:



To Create this layout I used:

Paper Studio: Murphy's Square paper stack
Don Juan Cricut Cartridge - title font
Fancy Pants: Be Different - BAM ephermera
Project Life: Explore - ephemera and paper clips


Now for a closer look:






Thank you so much for stopping by!


Blessings,









Thank you for stopping by!!!



Blessings,





Monday, December 10, 2018

Christmas Card - Challenge 341

 Happy Monday and welcome to another Monday challenge!



Challenge #341-Christmas
Make a project using anything Christmas related. But there has to be a least one cut from the Cricut Library!


The FCCB Design Team is sponsoring a $25 gift card at

Amazon!

To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.

If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!




Here is my project-




To Create this card I used Celebrate the Day Cricut Cartridge



Thank you for stopping by,



Blessings,





Saturday, December 1, 2018

Christmas Decorating

I am getting around, finally, to working on my Christmas Album. I didn't have a place to lay out my album for display at my new house so I had put working on it on the back burner. However, I just ordered this awesome console table ( a friend is making for me) and it will be the perfect spot to have at least one of my albums displayed. So, now I am pulling out my Christmas pictures (eck I still haven't worked on 2016) and getting my Christmas album up to date. Here is my first page for 2016.
I used a sketch from a challenge on the ACOT forum

The Sketch:


My Take:



To Create this layout I used:

Craft Smith: Merry Everything paper stack
Project Life: Christmas Wishes - diecuts
Country Christmas Cricut Cartridge: title and branch with ornaments diecuts
Stickles, twinec and bling


Thank you for stopping by!



Christmas Blessings,







Let's Scrap - Festive of Fantasy

This week at Let's Scrap is a sketch that challenged me! If  you really look at it, there are a lot of elements to it if you want to follow it exactly. I mostly followed it with a some small deters. I decided, for the way I wanted my title to look, that I should swap the tags and the title so that I wouldn't be cutting my title in half. I also moved one of my horizontal pictures to the left because I really didn't want to split up Peter Pan and Wendy. That would be just wrong, I tell you! I also decided against making the left photo strip into a flap. However, I did incorporate the flap booklet which turned out great as I had more pictures that I wanted to include. Overall, even though this sketch challenged me it was also the most fun to do! I really hope y'all give this one a try!

THE SKETCH:


MY TAKE:



To Create this Layout I used:

Bella Blvd: Illustrated Faith - Bright & Brave paper pack

Cricut Cartridges:
Bits and Pieces - arrow, tags, title base, tabs, envelope (for tags), and the arrow pocket card
Mini Books - for the flap booklet
Suburbia - title font

Disney chipboard stickers
Distressing Ink
Krinkle Ribbon
Stickles


Now for a closer look:


















Now it's your turn! I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with!



Blessings,