I'm sure that I don't need to state the obvious when I say that It's been a long time since my last post. It has been a very busy yet memorable summer. I've just recently finished up the planning of the wedding of my dear friend. I was so honored that she asked me to be her wedding coordinator! I will post some pictures soon of some the wedding design ideas in hopes that you will be able to use them.
I have also replaced my camera with something much better. After much research and deliberation, we finally purchased the Canon SX40 HS 12.1MP Digital Camera with 35x Wide Angle Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7-Inch Vari-Angle Wide LCD. So far, I'm loving it!
Now I'm able to once again photograph my crafty endeavors to share with you all.
I'm so excited to share with you the chipboard album I put together for the bride and groom as a wedding gift.
For the entire album, I used K&Company Ancestry 12-by-12-Inch Paper Pad, Chipboard letters, and Jewel. The flower is from Prima marketing.
The first page of the album features K and Company paper, and chipboard sticker. The rub on and pearls are from my stash.
This page is also K and Company paper with 7 gypsies embellishments.
This happily ever after page is once again K and Company papers, and Prima marketing flower and tile.
Once again K and company paper is used here, and a Prima Marketing flower. I used a birdcage tag from The Girls Papery and a rub-on sentiment from my stash. The chipboard swirl is also from my stash, I inked it using Tim Holtz distress ink, then spritzed it with glitter mist, then adhered 3 small pearls from my stash.
Everything on this page is from K and Company, with the exception of the flower, it's from Prima Marketing. Can you tell that I enjoy their products? :-)
Yes, this page is all K and Company paper, chipboard sticker, and jewels. The flowers are from Prima Marketing.Prima 543693 Sugar Plum Roses Flower Embellishments, CinnamonThe small doily is from Micheals craft store. I used a brad from MME for the center of the doily.
I'll just let you guess what I used on this page. ( hint: it's the same as all the rest) I did use an old Stampin Up stamp for the "love" sentiment at the bottom of this page.
For the last page, I used a chipboard flor de lis that I found in the dollar bins at Micheals craft store. I inked it using Tim Holtz distress ink, and then sprayed it with glitter mist. Everything else on this page is from K and Company.
Remember that it's in the small details that really make an album; machine stitching, distressed edges, embellishments... All put together to show your love for another.
Thank you for stopping by today,