Tuesday, August 7, 2012

you've got a friend in me {a scrapbook layout}

My two youngest boys, Moose and Jackson, are the best of friends. I used to think it was because, by default they just got stuck together since the twins were a little older. But they seem to really enjoy each other's company. And I've got a whole stack of Instagram photos to prove it.
This has to be one of my favorite layouts I've done lately. Not because it's overly complicated or has a crazy technique but because of the relationship it illustrates. Love how close these two are.
I used my Studio Calico kit again {I'm getting my money's worth from those!-expect to see a few more out them before I'm done!}-I've mixed the two up so much I'm not sure which papers went with which kit now-so let's just call it a SC layout. :)


Everything is from the SC kits except the little flower embellie I made with some Jillibean corrugated shape, a yellow flower from my stash and a red CTMH button.


I'll be back tomorrow with yet another SC layout (I made pinwheels!!!)

Oh and I just bought a Silhouette SD! WOOOOOOOO! Should be here later this week, which means I can finally sell my Cricut! :)

7 comments:

  1. they are so cute together. such a sweet collection of photos. i love the way you used the strips of paper as a background design.

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  2. congrats on your silhouette- you are going to LOVE it!!!!

    what an awesome layout! love all the embellies and patter paper

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  3. Super cute layout, love the strips and the title. I have some tiny stickers like that and I just can't bring myself to use them. Why? I'm a hoarder. Ha! Congrats on the Silhouette!! Can't wait to see your projects!!!

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  4. This is such a fun layout. The photos are adorable also! Congratulations on your Silhouette :)

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  5. Love this layout. And those photos are so sweet!

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  6. Great photos of the boys. Your title is perfect. I can never think of titles!

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  7. Clean and simple! Love it! This gives me some inspiration to use my washi tape in the same way ....

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