Stamp: Kraftin' Kimmie
Colored with Copic Markers.
Patterned Paper: 6x6 My Mind's Eye Fine and Dandy Girl paper pad
Queen & Co Pearls
Birthday Wishes Stampin'Up stamp
I decided that I wanted to make a special autograph book for the girls to take to Disney. Love how it came out!! I had a 6X6 album from Stampin'Up! and I cut out all the cardstock from my stash, used the same format on all the pages and just tried to color coordinate with the character. All the stickers inside are from EK Success Disney , I got at local craft stores.
I did one side for the autograph and the other for a picture, which I'll put together after.
On the front cover I used a laser paper embellishment from Paper Wizard I found at a local craft store.
I had fun putting it together!!
We are very excited around here. At the end of the week we are going to Disney World in Orlando.
My two girls are so excited! It will be their first time.
I saw this idea of a countdown calendar in Pinterest and loved it. I decided to make one:
Took a big Elmer Project board I got from Michael's and traced the Mickey face and cut it with a exacto knife. I covered it with black cardstock and embellished it with Disney Stickers. Got the clothe pins at Target. Print the numbers on my computer using the Disney Font. I punched them out and also used my scalloped punch from Stamp It up to make the borders. Glued it all together and tied a little matching ribbon around each pin and Voila!!
I'm finally putting together my 2012 Project Life album. All the inserts from Becky Higgins were finally back in stock last month. I'll be posting my layouts as I complete them.
Here is my title page:
My older daughter Maya turned 5 on Saturday and we celebrated her birthday with all her friends. The theme this year was Hello Kitty. It was so much fun to prep for this party. Here are some of the decorations I did.
Made the Banner with my Sizzix
My first time working with fondant. Turned out pretty well.
Decorated the dish with Hello Kitty Ribbon
Lollipop arrangement. Painted a flower pot. added some ribbon around.
Hot glued a Styrofoam ball inside and inserted the lollipops.
Making the cake pops.
The kids had a great time!
We also had a balloon twister artist. She was so talented!!