Monday, July 9, 2012

A Little of This and That

Yesterday, my hands were just itching to do something. A few months ago, Colton's teacher requested that we all send pictures of the kids when they were babies for a lesson they were doing. She returned them when they were done with them and I just tossed it somewhere.  I found it the other day and since I don't have too many traditional photo albums, I decided this would be the perfect way to fix that itch.  So I made a paper scrapbook page!  I haven't made too many of them since I went digital but every now and then I need to "feel" my paper.

The paper is from Sassafrass Lass (Hog Heaven), the letters from American Crafts, stickers from Creating Keepsakes (you know the ones that send out in their mailers??), button and All Boy sticker from Making Memories, orange letter stickers from My Little Shoebox, and date sticker from American Crafts.  I think the card stock is Die Cuts with a View but I'm not completely sure. Oh and the journaling spot is from Glitz Designs (at least I'm pretty sure it is!).  I haven't bought traditional supplies in a long time since I have soooo much to play with so I can't always remember where everything comes from anymore.  

And of course, I've been doing a few digi layouts.  I've been catching up on some of my Jessica Sprague classes.  Right now, I'm trying to finish working my way through Digi in Deeper.  Here are some of my favorites from there so far...

I've got a lot more photos I'm wanting to scrap too!  I recently got Lightroom for my birthday so I've been going through my photos getting them organized.  It's fun finding pictures that I've completely forgotten about!  I also cleaned my craft room the other day and found a stack of printed photos that I'm going to be playing with too so I plan on being really busy scrapping for awhile.

Unfortunately, laundry is calling my name now.  If anyone can ever figure out how to get Photoshop to do my laundry for me, I'll be eternally grateful!!  :)


Organisedvicar said...

Gorgeous layouts! Love 'I See You' - but they all inspire me to get onto that class.

Kim said...

thank you! and you'll really like that class. :)