Friday, June 22, 2012

'I you seek' for ScrapbookPal

Hello and welcome back! Today I have another layout to share with you on behalf of I posted a previous layout about my sweet little girl and how she loves to burrow under blankets. Well the other day I was crafting away in my scrap room and I turned around to find that she had 'burrowed' under a piece of blanket that was hanging over the bed. SO cute! I was happy she held her place long enough for me to snap some photos. Here it is:
My design was inspired by a sketch from Let's Capture These Sketches (# 129) All of the paper (except the 12x12 kraft base) was printed on my Imagine using the Blossom cartridge. I have posted before about how much I love the Imagine. With layouts like this, where you have many different pieces, it makes it SO seamless. You know all the patterns on the cartridge will coordinate so it takes out the guesswork or worry about using pieces that don't match. Here is a close up of some of the layering:
There are 5 different patterns in this section. The scalloped circles are one of the images that come loaded onto the Imagine machine. I used my Scotch ATG to adhere them to the page, but some of the little scallops wanted to stick up a little bit. I just used my Zig glue pen to get under it and put them back in place!
I kinda borrowed the title from one of those sites that posts pet photos with funny captions. I thought this title was perfect, as well as funny, silly and cute, lol! I cut the title from the Type Candy cartridge also using the Imagine. I filled the letters in with coordinating colors from the cartridge's palette, then did the same with the shadow feature. So nice to not have to look through my stash to find matching cardstock! I then mixed in some letter stickers for added interest. I like to use my Xyron sticker machine when adhering letters to my page- it is the easiest way to get those little pieces onto the page!
I cut more scallop circles at 4", 3" and 2" (2 each) in 6 different patterns. I layered them, offset and a little off the page and then added a wooden button and some baker's twine, adhered with a glue dot.
Lastly I took 3 more strips from the patterns I had printed and ran one piece through a lacy border punch.

Thanks so much for looking at my project today! Please see the complete supply list below so you can purchase some of these goodies for yourself!!


  1. so so so sweet. Love when you can capture the moment with a photo before the subject moves are discovers you watching! Great layout with all the patterns.

  2. Super cute page!!!! Heather, I just sent you an e-mail and just want to make sure you receive it.