Sunday, April 22, 2012

Great ending to a great weekend!

I had a fantastic weekend! I hope everyone else did too! It feels good to let out all of your creative juices that you've been holding onto after a fun packed weekend. I sat down next to my paper scraps and wondered what I could do with them. I keep EVERYTHING, thinking I could use it. And eventually I do! There's always use out of the littlest scraps of things. You'd be surprised what you could make! I didn't use my Cameo or E2 for this one either! The picture is of my niece, Imogen and I (she's almost 1!). I'm having so much fun being her aunt. She's such a great baby! Enjoy!

I just picked out all the little pieces of paper and hand cut them (I didn't mind not having uniformity) into strips. I had the most fun digging through my buttons finding the perfect ones! Also, I don't love my handwriting, but I love it for scrapbooking. There's something very special about finding something my grandparents had written and knowing they took the time to document it. I hope my work stays around long enough for my grandkids to see it. And understand that memory I scrapbooked, was meaningful enough for me to try to preserve it.

Supplies used:

Cardstock, buttons, ribbon, letters: Scraps!
Felt stars: Pebbles layered embellishments 
"Cute as a button" and butterfly rub ons: K&Company
Ink (edges of paper): CTMH Crystal Blue


  1. So cute! Love the idea this is out of scraps. I keep all of mine too :o) Hugs!

  2. cute layout!!! love the button and scrap use

  3. This is so cute dare I say as a button... LOVE it and you so creative with scraps...
    The Scrapbooking Queen

  4. Just a PERFECT lasting colorful memory! Beautifully follower
    Creative Wishes,
    Claire S.

  5. Very cute layout. I just hate to throw anything away. What a great way to use those scraps!

  6. Love this! Wha a great idea for scraps!!

  7. This is really cute. I love all the bright colors and the buttons! Perfect design for a childs layout :-)



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