Sunday, October 29, 2006

My Princess and More . . .

I have been so busy with shoots the last two weeks, I think I got a little burned out on proofing images! So this weekend, I've taken time off to just create more scrap pages. Tomorrow it's back to proofing, as I have three (that's right, 3!!) to get proofed and out to my clients!
But for tonight, I want to share some more of my fun scrap pages. I will list all the designers who I have used their works to create these three new pages.
This is a fun little Christmas page I created from Christine Smith's SuperStar Sampler kit.
This is a FREE kit you can get from Christine where she sells her work. This kit isn't a Christmas kit, but I thought the red paper background looked like poinsettias, so I went for something different with it than expected. The pictures are of my kids, and my grandma last Christmas. The one of my son opening his gift is called, "Pure Joy," and it was a Finalist last year at
This cute layout of Katie on her 6th birthday was also created using papers and embellishments from Christine's SuperStar kit. I wanted to use the stuff in two different ways to show how versatile these things can be. You can do so much with one kit!
Now this page came about because my daughter saw me creating all these other pages and wanted to know when I was gonna make her a page!! So of course, here you go baby girl. I used a ton of different stuff on this one. So here is the list:
Papers, Rose stamp, Stick Pin & alpha letters from the Shabby Princess's Vintage Floral kit, you can find her designs at her site: The brads holding images are from Laura Alpuche's September Sun kit, found on The torn border is from Lori Imel's Sampler @ The brown tag is from a free Skateboard Kit, but I cannot remember where I got it. (Sorry!) The bow is from Myszka's Free sampler at The brown rimmed velum tag (round) is from Michelle Malia's free sampler at The Scroll Stamp is from Lauren Grier's Skippy DooDa kit, which can be found at The 2 Ivory flowers are from Dana Frantz's SouthHampton sampler at The notebook paper is from a sampler kit for Back To School, cannot remember where I got it either. The fonts I used are Teletype and Brenden's Hand.
Please visit any of these sites, if you're interested in purchasing these items. They are great fun for digital scrappin as you can see!
Thanks for stopping by,

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