Monday, August 4, 2008

You want me to Do What????

After being away for the weekend, I was anxious to get back home and create! I have become used to creating everyday, so having a few days "off" was difficult to get used to!
This layout is based on the picture. You see, baby Jay hated "tummy time". The doctor said, you have to put him on his tummy often as it is pertinent in baby development. We certainly agreed, but...you did not. I have so many pictures for what seems like a long time of him with his faced mushed on the floor as he does what is "good for him"! hahahaha

Jayda happened to look at my finished layout. She comments, "Wow Mom, you tricked out those buttons!" That made me laugh out loud!
I cut a lost sock of the babies and stitched it on using some very cool fiber from my friend Jingle!





Products:
PP: MME magnolia, Serene, grown up
PP: We R Memory Keepers Boho Chic Funky Fix
Overlay: Hambly scrap
Letter stickers: K&Co, Thickers orange sprinkles vinyl
Fibers: White floss for stitching, jingle fiber
Random Ribbon
Staples
Dymo label maker
Buttons: Creative imaginations
Babies socks.
Chestnut colorbox ink

Here is another one I completed this morning!
It was with a blurry pic butloved the expression so I used it to my advantage!
hahaha
I am also using this on a challenge over at All Moments Remembered!



Products:
Great title for a not so great photo...its all blurry too!

Cardstock: Sand colored bazzill
Paint: Pebbles Inc navy blue
Random scraps of paper
american crafts ribbon
Letters: american crafts rub ons, thickers poolside vinyl light blue, MM tiny alphas
Fibers: from friend Jingle
Hambly overlay
vintage buttons
Silk hydrangea from floral department
foam wave from random kit
thread for hand stitching

3 comments:

angie worthington said...

great layouts!!!....love them both!...
;)

yvonne said...

It was nice to put a face to the blog today. Love your blog also. I check it frequently. Like the layouts, and the babe is adorable.
hope to see you on the 22nd:)

Elizabeth said...

I love both LOs. i can't wait to see what you scrap with next. :)

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