Saturday, May 30, 2009

Scrapbook Circle June Kit creations!!!

I had a chance to PLAY with the June Kit from Scrapbook Circle in the last few days...let's just say that this kit is so much fun! Lots of bright colors and fun embellies!!!

First up, is a card that I created for the challenge this week over at Fun Frilled. I had to use 4 eyelets...yes, eyelets! You know, those things that we all collected and now NEVER use! Plus, this card is perfect for Cards for Heroes, so if you don't know what this wonderful organization is all about, you must go check it out!

The yellow Bazzill cardstock is from the May kit from Scrapbook Circle; from the June kit from Scrapbook Circle is the patterned paper strip of Fancy Pants Summer Soiree Strips and the super fun Bazzill Edges in Lime! From my stash: the "family" of chipboard trees that I have been hoarding...he, he, he (am I the only one that does this???) Stampin' Up eyelets added to the trees, string tied around the tree trunks, stamp sentiment and the sun I created from a flower stamp by Martha Stewart. I also straight stitched & zig zag machine stitched (I just HAVE to on everything I create lately!!!) and inked the edge of the yellow Bazzill cardstock using Stampin' Up ink.

Next is a layout inspired by 52Sketches52Weeks sketch #21. I love to create collages & since the sketch used a large square photo, I decided to create 2 different 4 x 6 collage photos, and then I cut a strip from one to create the large square. These photos are all from our big family vacation last summer to San Diego...made lots of fun (& some not so fun-just ask my DH about the nasty blisters he got on the first day) memories!

Lots of great patterned papers used from the June Kit at Scrapbook Circle! Fancy Pants Summer Soiree-Beach House, Cards, Strips & Wave! Again, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to use the Bazzill Edges in Lime :0) Jenni Bowlin Studio Old School Alpha Minis from the June kit too! From my stash: Heidi Swapp "destination" stamp, Buttons by Favorite Findings, Martha Stewart black journaling pen, date stamp, Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip ink & zig zag machine stitching.

Thanks for stopping by! Take care!


Sarah Weber said...

The destination stamp is perfect!I must download Picasa. I looked at it earlier today and it does look fun!

Marilyn said...

I gave you an award, it is on my blog,