Layout: Stunning

Sometimes I hold off on scrapbooking certain pictures because I just haven’t found products that “feel” like the day or the memory that I am trying to scrap. Have you ever done that?

These are pictures of my daughter dressed up for the Valentine’s Day High School dance last year. The lace dress with the satin ribbon was just so HER! When I received the lace paper in the December Felicity Jane “Hello Christmas” kit I just knew where I would put that paper to use first … on this layout, of course! (The papers are still available in the Felicity Jane shop HERE, if you are interested!)

STUNNING

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I decided to keep it simple, with a black and white color scheme, allowing the photos to really pop off the page.

My next challenge was finding a way to embellish this page … enter the Remarkable You stamp set by Stampin’ Up!

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I stamped the two larger florals and leaf branch on white cardstock several times, and then fussy-cut them out with detail scissors.

At first, I colored them, but decided they looked better on this page left plain. I LOVE them!!!

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For the title, I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the word “stunning” … a cut file by Karla Dudley (Silhouette Design #58232).

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I hope you are having a great week!

JanaBold

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Carta Bella: Creating an Out of This World Lunch Box!

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The Carta Bella Space Academy collection reminded me of that bygone era of metal lunch boxes decorated with a child’s favorite hero. The adorable space cadets were just perfect to use as the focal point of this project!
I used the lunch box cut file from the Miss Baker’s Classroom SVG Set by SVGCuts.com.
The front of the box has an acetate window allowing a mysterious peek at the yummy contents inside. I created a dimensional scene on the front of the window by using a combination of the the Ephemera die cuts, Tags & Frames Ephemera Die cuts, and several of the stickers popped up on different layers of foam squares. I added gems to the centers of the star stickers for a little twinkle.
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The attached lid closes by latching onto a raised, silver brad. The hinged handle is also constructed with brads. I love the way the silver accents add an authentic, industrial look to this project!
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Boys of all ages would get a kick out of this project. It would make a really fun party favor for your space rangers, as well. Have fun creating!
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SUPPLIES:
Clear Presentation Cover
Gems
Brads
Adhesive and Foam Squares
Silhouette Cameo Electronic Cutting Machine
Scoring Tool
Scissors
Thanks for coming by today! Have a great weekend!

JanaBold

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