Sunday, August 16, 2015

"Mr. Hollywood"

I am so very proud of my grandson for being so open to acting classes and posing for the many photos that are needed for the various casting calls and photo shoots!
 
This was taken last year, at the tender age of 9, but you can
already spot a STAR in the making!
 
 


 
The papers used were DCWV
"Jet Black", "Denim",
and Mercury Glass Cardstock, using just a spot of silver glitter glue on the dots of the dark denim paper!
 I love the sparkle of the shine on the Mercury Glass pages!
I followed the layout sketch at this month's challenge
 
 
I had to switch it up a bit having only the one larger photo to use!
Check it out and you, too, will be entered to win a prize!
 
~Jan~


Wednesday, August 12, 2015

"Owl" Always Love You!

Finished another page for my granddaughters album!
Only about two years to go to catch up on!
 
LOL!
 
This is paper from the previously released DCWV stack
"Baby Girl"!
Love it!
 
 
That hat was just too cute NOT to scrap a page!
 
 
I decided to use the shapes on the blanket to make punched hearts for the vellum bag just to give the page some dimension.
 
 
 
There couldn't be a more perfect paper for this layout!
It's really special because Harper's room has the OWL theme throughout!
Adorable!
 
Enjoy!
~Jan~


Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Wee Little One!

Finally getting around to scrapping my grandchildren after almost two years of card making only!!!
Shame on me, my bad!
 
Here's one of my favorite photos of Harper at only two months old.
Those beautiful eyes have been mesmerizing from day one!
 
 
Papers used were from the gorgeous new DCWV paper pack,
"hello darlin' Stack"
 
I love the soft water color look of this page.
The rub-on sentiment was Prima,
Nursery Tales Collection.
 

 

 

The flowers were in my Bazzill stash from their terrific closeout sale when they sold the company here in Phoenix.  Gotta start using all those goodies!
 
Thanks for letting me share my precious little granddaughter with you!
Lots to catch up on!  She turns two in October!
 
~Jan~