Here is another LO from my nephew's scrapbook. I'm slowly moving along with his book. I like to try new techniques when I scrapbook not so the recipient will say anything about them but to keep it more interesting for me. This layout shows different things that only you and I will notice and think is cool.
I hope you don't mind me sharing layouts instead of cards on my blog. It just happens to be what I'm working on. Any cards I'm making right now are for the Senior Center that I volunteer teaching a card class once a month or cards to turn in for publication.
I HAVE TEN ENVELOPES FULL OF STUFF THAT I THINK THAT ANY CARDMAKER OR SCRAPPER COULD USE. THERE ARE STAMPS AND RIBBON IN EACH ENVELOPE. AS I LOOKED AT MY STASH OF GIVEAWAY ITEMS THERE WERE ALL DIFFERENT EVENTS OF STICKERS AND I TRIED SPREAD THEM OUT BEST I COULD. I HAVE THREE LADIES THAT HAVE CLAIMED AN ENVELOPE THAT MEANS I HAVE 7 MORE TO MAIL OUT. EMAIL ME.
**I'm actually looking to send someone that does scrap some supplies. I have a ton of wedding stickers but I also have some stamps, 6x6 pads of paper, there's a small ribbon set, and some beautiful flowers to name a few that I can see from here. I helped clean my mom's house of her scrap stuff and after going through it I would like to give some away. Plus I've been purging so my give away bin is overflowing with stuff that needs a home. I have those envelopes from the post office that I will fill up an send you. Email me your name and address at email@example.com.
Anyway, The background paper is by Creative Memories and I added a bunch of see thru snow flakes by Maya Road. I also used a flourish type mask by Tim Holtz done with Stamp N Plus chalk and paint mixed together. The photos are matted with Basic Grey patterned paper. The word Brrrr is a Cricut from Winter Wonderland and date by Cricut Craft Room basics. To finish the layout I added a snowboard stickers by K and Co to the center.
Thanks for looking.