This is a scrapbook page I made for Little Scraps of Heaven Layout Sketch Challenge. I used their Cute As A Button die cut set. The white background page is a pearl cardstock, and the pink patterned paper on the photo mats is from Scrappin’ Sports Newborn/Baby Girl paper.
I cut the heart from the Plantin Schoolbook Cricut cartridge and filled the space with buttons. The crown on the bear die cut is also a button. I used a Southwest Corner Punch to frame the photo mats. Thanks for stopping by 🙂
I was playing around with my brads and decided to use copper mini brads to make corner accents for this card. I think maybe if I did it again, I would use micro brads instead of mini brads. But anyway, it still added a neat accent. I did the Owl & Happy Birthday with Copper Perfect Pearls. You can easily change the paper colors on this card and it will work for a guy too!
Here’s an easy card using feather 🙂 It seems like feathers are everywhere you look these days, even in girl’s hair! So this would be a great card to make for your favorite girl, just a note to say hi and brighten her day!
The letters were ones I cut from the Storybook Cricut Cartridge. I cut them at 2″. I also used a bird stamp, two feathers (I cut the top part off some bigger feathers), and a jumbo round tropical brad. Fast & easy 🙂
This week, we have a fun & easy Valentine’s Day card idea. This is especially fun for kids to take to school, or to give to Daddy, Mommy, Grandma & Grandpa!
I had my kids post with an arm outstretched, then printed the pictures, matted them, and inserted the treats into slits I cut in the paper. I dolled up the valentines with a bow around the lollipops, wrote the greetings with Sakura Glaze Pens, and put some peel-off corners on the edges. Simple, fun, & sure to bring a smile for Valentine’s Day 🙂