Paper - various loose stock and not from any particular paper stack.
Embellishments, stamps and punchs are from K & CO, Martha Stewart, and others
Cricut carts used: Storybook (one of my favorites), Life's a Beach, A Child's Year, Noel, Mother's Day
Lace and ribbons are varied - just stuff I had.
I did not put titles on alot of pages because I want her to customize the album with the photos.
This is the first page - Why God Made Little Girls....I just love this poem...
I used the MS punch around the page and printed the poem on vellum. I then used a punch on the edges, inked it lightly to make it pop and added 2 little bows.
This is a page to put photos of grandparents or parents to be
anxiously awaitig the baby's arrival.
This page is intended for the parents - "the first time I saw your face"
is just so appropriate...
This is a page for the grandparents - Abuelos in spanish.
This is the not so traditional going home page with the baby stats on the left.
The made is from Storybook and then I cut the frame out
of vellum and printed the baby's stats.
I love this flower - it is multiple primas that were inked and Stikled.
This is a Thanksgiving page.
Santa is from the Noel cartridge. I used Stickles on his beard and robes -
you can't see it too well, but it looks great.
I love winter pages - perhaps because we live in South Florida and we do not
have "Winter" per se. The snowmen are actually stickers that I adhered to
cardstock, cut and then Stickled.
Sweet and sassy Valentine's Day.
Baby's baptism. I just love silver and the frosted grey. The ribbon I made
from 2 ribbon - the sheer with a silver satin over it. The embellishments
I think are Jolies.
This could be a Mother's Day page.
and this is the Father's Day. I love this page. The animals were actually part
of a 12x12 page and I cut them out, matted them and used foam dots.
You can't have summer wihout a day at the beach. This is from
Life's a Beach. I used a product for the sand that resembles sand in glue.
I think I may make some of my own next time ith glossy accents or Elmer's.
I also used stickles to resemble sand.
a not-so-scary Halloween.
and here is the last page.