2010 . . . what a year! We started out the year going gangbusters and ended it the same way, it seems. The other day I was flipping through my photos from this year -- I keep my digital photos stored by the month on my hard drive and on my external drive (can't be too safe!) -- and decided to create a scrapbook layout for my youngest daughter's book. She has changed so much this past year and there were so many significant events that occurred that I really wanted to document them somehow.
On a recent trip to our local Michael's, I challenged my daughter to find some 12 x 12 paper that had clocks on it. Score! She found the best paper and it became the background paper for the layout. It is by Recollections and is called Time Frame: Clock Works. All of the other paper came from my scrap stash and the text boxes were created on my computer using Microsoft Publisher. (Remember, you can click on the pictures to make them larger.)
Calligraphy Collection - text, text shadow, and brackets. (Text shadow cut at 1 1/2" and the brackets were cut at 3 1/2". It is actually a frame that I cut apart to make the brackets.)
Tags, Bags, Boxes & More - frame (Cut at 8"). This is the hangr2 cut, on page 106. I cut it using the Mirror/ Windows feature and trimmed the hangers off.
Paper Dolls for Everyday - Baby New Year and sleeper outfit. (Cut at 1 1/4" tall.)
The ribbon is a 7/8" wide satin edged shear. I trimmed a small piece and cut the satin edge off for Baby New Year's hat band.
The "bling" in between the photos and text are clear self-adhesive rhinestones purchased at Michael's.
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