Tuesday, March 11, 2008

long time no blog!

Wow, I havn't blogged in a week! Sorry! Last Saturday I had a garage sale with my mother and sister in laws, and then on Sunday I went with my mom and sister and the kids, and we went to the San Diego zoo. I'll have to post pics of that trip as well as the kids new haircuts when I get them developed!
for now, 4 new layouts....

This first layout I made for my friends Melissa and Keith Clayton. They work with my husband Jason at the school, and I'm now watching their cute son Cameron! They always have him dressed in the cutest blue and brown outfits, so when I saw this paper in the new spring stack at Joanns by DCWV, I had to make a layout! This layout was so fast and easy, and only took me about 10 min or LESS to make!

This layout was used with the spring glitter stack as well! I used white bazzill as my background paper and took the cute blue paper and cut it out using a sheet of Jenni Bowlin paper as my stencil. I used daisy d's punch outs for my journalling and title.

For this layout I used the same paper stack ( i was on a roll) and used Heidi Swapp photo corners, cloud 9 chipboard stickers, painted American crafts metal letters, and used the BACK of some fancy pants packaging from some 12x12 stamps for the white scalloped edge on the bottom (trash to treasure!!)

For this last layout, I used Daisy D's paper, and Making Memories photo corners. The background paper is of course, Bazzill

stay tuned for more pics!


Anonymous said...

Jill, my fave is the one of you and Jason. I always love all your layouts, but I just love the colors and the photo on that one the most! And let me just add wow, you look different! Way to go girlfriend.


Anonymous said...

its edie - I LOVE LOVE LOVE the one of Jordyn!!!! The colors are perfect and I love what you did with the pattern paper!

Brigitte from Australia said...

Heyyy Jill !!
Aweeesome LOs !!! my goshh you're super scrapper-woman !! lol !!
and thanks for pics of your gorgeous freezy addition !! sooo cute !!

Anonymous said...

I like how you arranged the blue-daisy page photos to reflect the joy and movement in the scene!