This is our new beautiful paper pack Grace...using Barn Red, Cocoa, Honey & Twilight, this collection is so versatile...I can't wait to share all the art I'm going to be creating with this kit!!
Aren't my boys cute! I love these photos...but, alas, that was a year ago and now it's time for new photos before we send them off to "big boy" school! The stars are from our new Heartfelt Die-Cuts Wonder (Chocolate, Olive & Twilight)...I used Twilight here.
This is our Sweet Home kit (Buttercup, Garnet, Heavenly Blue & Indian CornBlue)...under the Chipboard circle, the flourishes are from our new Top Coats Framed in Overlays (Z1211)...this one was cut in half to allow for the flourishes to be top/bottom of the page...they come in 4x6 sizes as you'll see below.
Here you can see another Top Coat overlay and our new Dimensional Elements In Color Organic Buttons!! Lots of fun with these and you'll see them spread throughout the mini-album!
Our new Jingle Paper Pack (Creme Brulee, Juniper, Olive & Tulip) with the BLING on the side...our new Twinkle Brads Jolly Assortment (Z1220)...LOVE the glitter on them...these are so fun!
You can't really tell from this photo, but the title and the flourishes are from our new glitter rub-ons...did I mention I love BLING! ;0) This is the Winter Cheer collection which includes Olive, Twilight and Silver Glitter sheets for the rubons...I can absolutely see lots of cards and artwork using these...and it's super easy!
Our Twitterpated collection (Chocolate, Crystal Blue, Sorbet & SweetLeaf)...my daughter reminded me that Bambi is twitterpated...isn't that cute...and this collection is so appropriate, you'll fall right in love with it!
More Glitter Rub-ons and Twinkle Brads...really adds that extra something!!
I used some of the gliter rubons on the chipboard cirlces, then sponged with ink to help them pop off the page...each year we have an advent calendar of events we do during December...and of course making Gingerbread houses is one of the favorites...Mandy gets really focused/detailed with hers...the boys enjoy eating and aren't too concerned about the "finer" details.