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Sunday, 4 March 2012

Next scrapbook class

I've had a couple of days without blogging as I had classes on Friday night & Saturday afternoon & was busy preparing for them.

My next scrapbook class is on Wednesday 14th March & these are the layouts we'll be using.

I've had these pictures of my youngest daughter for about 6 years & never got around to doing anything with them but they are perfect for a double page scrapbook layout.

They say every picture tells a story & I think it's obvious from these how much she enjoyed her Tumbletots sessions.

These medallions are very effective & really easy to make.
The Circle Circus stamp set is perfect too.
The bottom of the banner is made using the Large Heart punch. I found this on pinterest a very clever technique by Annika Flebbe.
The Timeless Type Junior Alphabet dies are perfect for scrapbooking.

If you would like more details about my scrapbooking club or card making classes please contact me.

Stampin' Up! Products

Papers - Just Add Cake
Cardstock - In Color 12 x 12 (2010-2012)
Stamps - Just Perfect Alphabet, Circle Circus & Broadsheet Alphabet
Punches - Full Heart, 1 3/4 Circle & 1 3/8 Scallop Circle & 1" Circle
Other - In Color Glimmer Brads & Linen Thread

5 comments:

sandy's crafty bits said...

ooo what a super scrapbook page what a lovely little photo ... just doing a bit of blog hopping ... happy crafting and love sandy xx

nessy said...

oh sharon these photos are just priceless ~what amazing pages you have created..really must get down to some scrapbooking again ~been years!!
vanessa xx

ellie said...

lovely sharon-by the way do you run any classes or events? will be in your area on hol beginning of july

Vicky said...

Oooooh thanks for sharing the tip of using the heart punch to create the bottom of the banner. Love the cute curved shape it gives!
Hugs, Victoria ~x~

Cindy - John 3:16 said...

What a GOOD idea! TY for sharing...I LUV it! :)