Friday, March 15, 2013

More Layouts from the Crop

These are the rest of the layouts I finished at that weekend crop.

These are pictures from a crop I went to in Pigeon Forge, TN with the girlies from LM.  It was great to finally meet them in real life.  I used papers and wood veneers from Studio Calico, background paper and label are from Jillibean Soup

A few times when my sister needed to get some things done in the house during the day, I took my niece & nephew for a ride so they can nap and my sister can do her thing.  This is from one of those days.  How cute are they sleeping in the same positions?  I have no idea what paper this is, the letters are American Craft thickers, EK success heart, pearls and  Beautiful coaster from my stash.

Here they are in the craziest slide thing in Sesame Park.  They LOVED this thing!!  I used Echo Park patterned paper and border stickers, the bling and journaling cards are from my stash.  The letters are from Simple Stories and American Crafts.

My brother in law sent me these pictures and it's so typical of them.  They love making silly faces and my niece is quite the copy cat.  The papers are from Echo Park, the letters are from American Crafts, and my friend Joanne game me the monkey she made or received from a Cricut image swap.

We took these pictures from the Tampa Airport.  Since this is the first time I ever traveled with kids, I never paid much attention to things like this at the airport or in other public places.  What a great place for kids to be safe, occupied, out of the way and given the change to burn off some extra energy before getting on a plane.  It's a simple layout with Echo Park patterned papers, EK Success and Simple Stories letters, KI Memories airplane and some twine. I hand cut the banner flags and chevron border then outlined everything with an extra fine sharpie. 
I need to add journalling but the I am not sure where I should put it where I won't ruin the crispness of the layout.  If you have any ideas, please leave a comment! Thanks!

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