Thursday, August 23, 2012

Happy Scrappin'!

I want to share more of the pages that I swapped for at convention. This first one is one of my favorites out of all of them! I love the colors, the way she textured the title letters, the fancy eggs, and the journal pocket that she made from the Petite Pocket Bigz Die! What an incredible page!

I love the eggs and each one has a different texture on it.

The letters are textured too with the bitty flowers on them.

What a neat journal pocket!

Don't you love the pinwheels? See why this is one of my favorite pages? Now to add some fun Grandkid pictures to it! Hey, Jamie and Katie...need some Grandma pictures!
Here's another Spring many favorites do you think I can have?
The vase of flowers is really pretty here and a little bling added to the centers.
This one will be perfect for those wedding pictures I haven't gotten scrapbooked's only been how long??

Cute Bride and Groom hearts...

And wedding rings!
Then here's a couple pictures of one of the pages that we made at our scrapbook club. We learned how to do the Mother of Pearl shiny in real life!

This picture is my Dad's family (my Dad is the one on the left in the back row).
I didn't get to meet my two uncles, as both were killed when I was a little girl, one in a plane wreck and one in an automobile accident. What an awesome picture to have and scrapbook with all of them in it. A treasure to remember, for sure!
I used lots of dimensionals on each layer of the title and the antique brads to set it up off the page and more dimensionals on the flowers. We also learned how to use the corner punch and the edge punches together...a little bit of a trick and takes a little bit of practice!
Here you can see a little bit of the shine from the Mother of Pearl technique. It's a perfect technique to use with an old picture. Join us for scrapbook classes every month and learn some fun scrapbook techniques along with us. It's a great way to do at least one scrapbook page a month!
Happy Scrappin'!

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