Animal Stories Scrapbook Page

Scrapbook Club, Stewartstown, PA

I’ve just been in scrapbooking mode lately!  (‘Course I guess that’s a good thing, I need to get pages done for Scrap Club!)  Here’s my littlest guy, I just love these pictures of him!  He was in his pajamas but put a bib on himself and a fireman’s hat.  I just couldn’t resist taking pictures.

Stampin' Up! Brights Buttons

Ethan’s little shorts have elephants on them in various colors so I thought  it would be good to stamp the animals from the Animal Stories stamp set  on the Pumpkin Pie cardstock.  This is the first time I got to use my new Brights Buttons too!  How fun!

This is one of the first times I’ve used the Photo Corner punch.  I punched the photo corners out of Pumpkin Pie and then I used the 1/8″ circle punch to punch some circles out of Certainly Celery cardstock.  A 2-way glue pen made it easy to adhere the little dots.  I used the Scallop Edge punch to make the strips you see below the Certainly Celery Cardstock.

Fundamental Phrases, Three Little Words and more

I’ve seen a bunch of  scrapbook pages that used little word strips like these and I’ve wanted to give it a try.  This layout is great for it!  I pulled words out of a bunch of different stamp sets including, but not limited to: Fundamental Phrases, Three Little Words, Under the Stars, King of the Grill and others.  I love how it turned out!  By using words from different stamp sets it gives a different flavor to each little strip adding even more excitement.

So, what do you think?  Is the page cute enough for Ethan’s pictures?

I hope those in the Stewartstown, PA Scrapbook Club will enjoy making this layout!  We meet this coming Monday at the Mason-Dixon Library at 6:00 p.M.  See you then!

Comments

  1. Becky, this is adorable! It reminds me of some cute moments in our family’s past. 🙂 The layout is very nice, too. I like the little dots on the corner punchout.

  2. This is terrific, Becky! I love the bright colors, especially how it looks with his firehat (you know I love that!). I have never thought of using words from different stamp sets – it is a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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