I’m busy, and I can’t think of a clever title that appropriately describes this post so “stuff” it is. I had a question on the Shutterfly album asking me about how I made it. I didn’t use a Shutterfly template – I created my own template in Photoshop using 2×2 squares (25 on one page and 15 on another, leaving the rest of the space for the date, some journaling and some embellishments. I used kits from a variety of Designer Digital designers (Katie Pertiet, Mindy Teresawa, Jesse Edwards, Pattie Knox, Lynn Grieveson, Anna Aspnes and Andrea Victoria) – each page used different papers and embellishments. You can check out credits for January here. I hope that answers your question! I got the album in the mail yesterday and it looks so good!
I posted on the “It takes all kinds” blog today with a piece of home decor that I made recently — I wanted to make something to brighten up my living room after all the Christmas decorations were taken down. It was a lot of fun to make – and I’m not usually into altering things!
I bought the frame at a local discount store for about $4 (Building 19, for those of you who are in New England!). I used Bella Blvd, October Afternoon and Bo Bunny patterned papers to fill in the frames and to cover the (Maya Road) chipboard. I love when I get a chance to use my Studio Calico woodgrain stamp too! The chipboard alpha is Scenic Route and the stickers are Pink Paislee.
And finally – my take on the ad challenge I posted previously. Isn’t she cute?
I think this was pretty much the only photo I got at Thanksgiving, ok that’s not entirely true- I took a few photos of other people but this was the only one of my kids. Full credits can be found here.
That’s all for me for this week. Have a good weekend!