First off, the Live Loud collection. Is that little singing robot the cutest or what?! I snapped a bunch of pictures of my daughters dancing one night and even though every single picture was blurry (Note to Self: Practice manual mode in low-light situations), I still wanted to record this little ritual they do together. :)
I used the new I-Rock tool to add the green jewels and white pearl accents. I love the dimension they add to the page. :) The background is spritzed with Licorice Spritz and Jeni B. Bleu Vibez by Shimmerz Paints .
Have you played with the Imaginisce Brad Maker?! LOVE!!! Here I used green patterned paper to make coordinating brads to accent my title.
On this page I used lots of rub ons, something I'm usually afraid to commit to on my pages. Hehehehe! I just move things around so much, but here they were a natural addition and I love the way they look on the cardstock background.
Background is spritzed with Licorice Spritz by Shimmerz Paints.
Have you ever played with a paper collection and loved using it so much that you HAVE to have MORE? That's how I felt with the Scooter's Vacation. I LOVE the soft primary colors combined with the gray! And that sweet, little pup? Who can resist him?! :) I immediately went out and bought more of this collection to have on hand because I had so much fun creating these pages. :)
Off We Go!
More of the I-Top Brad Maker tool on this page. I LOVE the chunky, custom brads you can make with this tool! (I'm thinking I need to pull out some fabric next time. FUN!) The heart comes from the Scooter stamp that I stamped on red paper and cut out.
I pulled out some older Fancy Pants Designs chipboard letters for this page. I spritzed them with Licorice Spritz by Shimmerz Paints to match the grays in this paper line. :)
More of the i-Rock tool on this page with the blue gems. :)
The Maya Road chipboard letters are painted with Coal Shimmerz paint and the background is spritzed with more Licorice Spritz and Penny Pincher Vibez . :)
Yesterday, I spent the day with Maryn on a field trip to a dairy farm. We learned about farms, saw a brand new baby cow, watched a cow get milked, watched a sheep get sheared, learned about keeping the earth clean, and made a greenhouse necklace with a seed in it. It was windy, but I had a feeling that was a good thing (to help keep the "scent" down. Hehehe!)Love spending time with my girl! :)
I can't believe school will be out in just a month!
Have a good day!