Saturday, January 26, 2013

More of my Baby Girl Album

Most of my scrapbooking has been focused on the Baby Girl Album that I have been making for a gift.  I have actually gotten up to 8 months done, but haven't scanned all the pages yet.  Here are the next few layouts from the baby album.

The papers for the above layout are from the 2011 Little Yellow Bicycle Wonder Wishes line of papers.  I used decorative chipboard elements by K & Company.  The Christmas light garland is a very, very old Jolee's  product that I had in my stash.  The title was probably done using a Cricut cartridge and my Gypsy, but I honestly am not sure.  I did this layout months ago.  All of these layouts were done quite awhile ago.  I'm just slow getting them scanned and posted.

The Blessing Day layout was created with papers, flowers, and glittered dots I found at Archiver's in July 2012.  One of the papers is embossed, but it doesn't show up well.  The border was a Cricut cartridge, probably from one of their Paper Lace carts.  The font is also probably a Cricut font.  I have done most of the baby pages while scrapping with friends at the LSS, and I usually use the Cricut when I scrap away from home.  I'm sorry I can't be more specific.

The border on the 3 Month layout was another Cricut border.  It was either a Paper Lace cart or from the CTMH Art Philosophy cartridge.  I can't find the paper scraps to identify who manufactured the paper.  Obviously I should have scanned and posted right after doing the layout, so I could have been more specific.

This will be the last layout for today's post.  I used a die that I bought at Great American Scrapbook Convention a couple of years ago.  It is the scalloped circle die and the flourishes.  I think the name of the company that makes it is called Marianne or something like that.  It is similar to Spellbinder dies, in that they are wafer thin dies that allow you to cut and then emboss.  Unfortunately, they are sometimes hard to get out of the die intact.  The hearts and the borders were probably from Cricut cartridges.  The plaid I used for the scalloped border was a paper by Three Bugs in a Rug, but it's an older line.  I am not sure about the polka dot.  I think it was from my stash, so it may have come from a paper stack of long ago.  Hopefully once I get to layouts I've done more recently, I can give better details regarding manufacturers than I have with these layouts that I did months ago.

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