Thursday, December 29, 2011

A few holiday layouts

I thought I'd share a few layouts I made with some December photos...


For this one, I used Bazzill (green embossed) & PTI (white) cardstock, PTI, My Mind's Eye & Simple Stories patterned paper, PTI felt, twine, stamps (2011 holiday tags) & dies (fillable frames #9, damask snoflake, mat stack #5).


I don't know where this shimmer cardstock came from but I found it in my stash and was pleased with how well it matched the PTI & Simple Stories patterned paper. I also used PTI stamps (think big favourites #10) & dies (block alphabet, Christmas poinsettia). The little green brads are MME.

And for this one, of some photos of Cameron and me, I used American Crafts cardstock (white), PTI cardstock (kraft), stamps (love & marriage, happy day) and dies (happy day, fillagree border.) The large brad is MME, the smaller one is Pink Paisllee and the patterned papers are MME & Simple Stories.

Thanks for looking!

7 comments:

Lisa V. said...

What beautiful holiday memories. Perfect.

Joyce said...

Wow--where do you find the time? These are fabulous. Can I take a speed scrapping course from you? How nice that you are able to do it while everything is fresh, and I do see lots of bits of new PTI.

Karen C. said...

Beautiful pictures and layouts, Leigh. Definitely a memorable Christmas. Have a wonderful New Year's!!

Kara said...

these are beautiful!! love your style...i know i've said it before:)

Michelle Philippi said...

I'm not a scrapbooker....may have said that before...but I totally love what people do with saving memories like this. Big on pictures...fun patterned papers - the diecut words on the top one are fab too.

Anna said...

I really enjoy looking at your layous! You really capture the moments that are so precious to your family. while I don't scrapbook much anymore, I love to see what you are doing!

carol (krillsister) said...

Three great layouts. Love how you used the PTi pattern papers. The layout of your husband & you ia awesome. Love the background paper on that one.