I was going through pictures in my camera and came across some layouts that I had forgotten about. I wanted to take just a few moments to showcase these lost treasures. I made them late last summer, while I was in my “SIMPLE” scrapbook phase. I love how the simplicity of these layouts really let the paper and the photos shine on these layouts.
You are a Super Kid with Pebbles
Totally Calen with Basic Grey Hipster
My Date Night With Mom with Echo Park
I’m Not Goofy, I’m Mickey
I pulled out some older paper to do this layout… It is amazing just how timeless Basic Grey can be and I still absolutely love this line, which is a good thing because I had never used even a sliver of this paper before doing this layout.
I will be honest, I have not been happy with most of the layouts I have done since getting the use of my body back. It was like being trapped in a body that wasn’t working right put so many ideas in my head that I couldn’t filter out the good ideas from the bad. What this left me with were a bunch of layouts that just seemed flat. Of course, there were a few that stood out and had me feeling like there was something still inside of me and that I needed to push myself a little further. Last week brought me the new Bella Blvd collection, Molly, and that was just the push I needed to get my groove back. Here are the layouts I did with Molly. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
PP: Amy Tangerine and Amy Tangerine Sketchbook by American Crafts
Woodsies: Prima for Recollections
Enamel Dots: My Minds Eye
Distress Ink: Tim Holtz
PP: Amy Tangerine (original collection) by American Crafts
Distress Ink: Tim Holtz – Ranger
Stickles – Ranger
Glossy Accents – Ranger
Stamps: Dylusions – Ranger
Alpha Stickera: Thickers by American Crafts
PP: Pebbles inc. Seen and Noted
Buttons: Michaels dollar spot
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink
Woodsie: Basic Grey
Alpha Stickers: Thickers by American Crafts and Tim Holtz by Ranger