Friday, March 12, 2010

My Lil' Fish

I figured it has been a while since I posted a scrapbook page so here you are. I made this one at the beginning of January. I go in spurts sometimes with my scrapbooking. If I feel the desire to make a page or two I go for it and get as much done as I can. But I don't push it if I don't feel like making a page because I will sit there literally for hours just trying to make it all work. I can make cards under pressure, but a lot harder for me to "make" myself do a scrapbook page. I used to only make scrapbook pages when I first started crafting and now look at me. I make one or less in a week now. Crazy. I still love to scrapbook but for now the small size of a card is appealing to me.

I love these little fish and I can't get enough of my Everyday Paper Dolls Cricut cartridge. It has everything in there. If you don't have the cart, you would be shocked at all you can create with it. One of my favs and my kids' because they like to make their own little people to play with.


Supplies:
cardstock - Stampin Up!, Papertrey Ink, Bazzill Basics Paper
patterned paper, date journal tag - October Afternoon
letter stickers - American Crafts
journaling sheet, rubon letters - Making Memories
gems - Hero Arts
border punches - EK Success
fish - Cricut by Provo Craft (Everyday Paper Dolls Cartridge)

6 comments:

  1. Julie, I'm terrible at blog hopping lately, but I am in love with your work! It's so refreshing! :) I *love* your use of grey. :)

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  2. Oh, this is very delightful Julie!! Love the blues and the hints of grey in this LO, super fun for your boys! I am the same now, seem to make so many more cards than scrapbooking, hoping to get back to some pages down the road, but it's been such a trial and so difficult for some reason!

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  3. I just found your blog by way of Twitter and had to take a few (ok maybe more) minutes to stop and browse and I'm sure I'll be back! You have showcased some amazing projects on here, and such a variety. I admire that you have the confidence to post scrapbook pages too, and this one is adorable! Really like the guitar/flame card you made!

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