Sunday, September 4, 2011

Who's scrapping this long weekend?

I am. 
My friends and I took a long weekend and headed to Canmore, Banff and Lake Louise. It was such a good time.  None of my girlfriends scrapbooks so I ordered a set of 2" x 3" photos and thought I'd put together a layout for each of them. 

So far I've got my background done.  Starting with kraft cardstock I used my border mask and 'Cherub Pink' glimmer mist to divide my page into thirds. 

Then I randomly stamped using Pinecone ink and various stamps from my collection.  I love the feather stamp!
I picked up the BoBunny 'Welcome Home' line last week.  So I used some pieces from that to edge my page as well as the border stickers from the matching sticker sheet.

The sticker sheet comes with 3 different alphas. Green, blue and tan.  I used the green one for my date.

I better get this layout done by this afternoon.  My scrapping stuff has been all over the diningroom table for a week now and I think my family is getting tired of looking at it.

I did manage to get a couple of layouts done for my own album.

I used scraps of BoBunny and Imaginisce for this page.  And puffy stickers from Creative Imagination.  The alpha stickers are MME. The buttons are from BoBunny's "Welcome Home" line.  There are some really interesting buttons in this packet.

I got a lot of mileage out of my 4 sheets of the Welcome Home line by BoBunny. I used if first on this layout and then scraps on the two pages above. Aren't the background sheets on this layout gorgeous? Some border punches and stickers from the same line. You should really check it out next time you're in Unforgettable Memories. There are lots of add-ons that go with it; buttons, chipboard, jewels, stickers...

Oops.  My blue branch of leaves came loose and is floating on the left there. :)  The chipboard is sticky backed, but a little glue would have been a good thing.
The MLYB line goes really well with the BoBunny.  I picked up the chipboard (birds and branch with circle words hanging from it) and the decorative matts; circle and the square(cut in half).

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