Saturday, July 25, 2009

My August Pages for SD4U

So here is what I made with this beautiful kit! SD4U Store

My Weston and his cousine Ellie at the lake just last Saturday. I think this is the soonest I have ever scrapped a picture after taking it, lol. I just loved this one of them together. They are just about a year apart. The striped paper is pleated and I love that little bit of dimension with just paper! The kit also comes with a Queen and Co felt title and I cut it apart for this title and felt embellishments on the left.

My 3 at the same lake as above last Saturday. This is based on a 52 sketches sketch. I added the green rick rack from an older kit and the brads and label holder from a purchase. The brads and label holder are Fancy Pants.

My kids in the back yard last summer. You know when you use a border punch on your edges and how a little strip gets cut off? I usually just throw that away. This time I decided to use it on my layout. That very thin strip of green paper was the cut off strip when I used my threading water punch on the dotted paper. Gotta love double sided papers!

The heat wave title comes in the kit layered with a glimmer misted sun layered on top. I added the black outlines and stickles to the title. I think this is a great addition to the kits!

Here is a close up of that title:

and this is my most favorite layout from the kit!

Those little felt embellies are awesome. I added some stickles to them. I love the little sparkle that gives.

I also glimmer misted the Seashore title that Martha included in the kit. Then added stickles to define the image on the sand dollar. Here is a close up of that.

What do you think of the precut titles? I think they are really fun!

I still have my mini book I am working on. Hopefully I can show you that soon!

Thanks for looking.


Deb said...

I love to look at all your pages from the kits. They are great.

Lydia said...

Great pages, I really like the heat wave on the Fancy pants is perfect good Job!!

Jaime said...

Really cute stuff jenny!

Jenny B in Indy said...

Great job!! Love them!!