Thursday, September 16, 2010

Growing & Glowing

These are two different layouts for the same photos. The first (double 12 x 12) is for my regular chronological album and the second (single 8 x 8) is for my mini maternity album.

While in Austin for my baby shower hosted by Jennifer, Ashley and Sylvia, Jennifer had a couples photo shoot with her husband. The photographer, the amazing Mollie of Bloom Photography, saw my bump and snapped a few shots for me. =) I love that we got these photos with the bluebonnets!

Details: Now that I blog away from my scrapbook space, it's getting harder to write every product I used. I'll do my best, but if you want to know about anything, just post a comment and I'll respond. =)

12x12 layout: Title was cut using the Ashlyn's Alphabet Cricut cartridge.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Painting Tobin's Nursery

While visiting for my baby shower, I got help from friends and family on the nursery. Jennifer primed the room and the two grandmothers painted it green. =)

Details: Patterned papers are by K&Company. Flowers are by (clockwise) Making Memories, Prima, Making Memories. "Tobins" was written with alpha stickers by American Crafts. "N" is a polka dot puffy alpha sticker by Making Memories. "ursery" was cut using the Lyrical Letters Cricut cartridge. Title background block was cut using Storybook.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Sahar & Chris' Wedding

Only a year+ later I finally scrapped this wedding. Our friends got married last summer in Austin. They had a beautiful ceremony downtown, then we gathered at The Salt Lick for some wonderful BBQ and celebrating. Chris even brewed his own beer for the occasion!

Sadly, my photos of these layouts are a bit bleached. For example, the scalloped paper on the left side of the lower layout has a pattern on it, Oh well...I tried.

Details: Blue/browm patterned paper is by the Paper Company. Green flourish was cut using the Storybook Cricut cartridge. "B~" was cut using Lyrical Letters. "Texas Celebration" was cut using Plantin Schoolbook. And "style" was cut using Calligraphy.