Thursday, July 5, 2018

The Toast! Creative Memories Divine Collection with Sketch N Scrap sketch

I took the opportunity of an extra day off in the middle of the week to catch up on some scrapbooking.  I am determined to finish my wedding album before my fifth anniversary later this year.  

I used the July 1st sketch over at Sketch N Scrap.  As you can see I flipped the sketch.  I replaced the stars with champagne glasses.  

A close up of the tag and border.  I punched the tag and added some bling to the front. I used a mystical looking fiber on the tag.    I fussy cut the printed design from the paper and tucked some gold shimmer paper underneath.  I added a pearl border on top of the printed design.

I created a couple of die cuts with my Cricut.  The title and the champagne glasses are both from the Creative Memories Divine Wedding cartridge.

Creative Memories Divine Power Palette
Cricut cart: Divine Wedding Aphrodite font
Creative Memories tag punch and fancy corner rounder
vellum, acetate and gold shimmer papers
black card stock
bling, beads, pearls and fiber

I would like to enter this layout in the Sketch N Scrap Sketch 156.

Thank you for popping by today.



  1. This is SO amazing Alicia! I love the sketch flipped and I love those adorable champagne glasses!! Good luck finishing your album!

  2. This is beautiful work with the sketch, the bling really elevates the whole design! Gorgeous wedding page, thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

  3. Oh my . . . my nose tickles just looking at this layout. The embellishments make me feel like I am right there with you and the bubbles. You certainly hit my tactile cravings spot!!!!! I have to also mention the lacy border with pearls. First class layout indeed. I would love to see your entire book!!! So very pleased you played along with us at Sketch N Scrap! Your participation is much appreciated!
    Sharon Fontenot

  4. I love how you flipped the sketch to work with your gorgeous photos. Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap.

  5. Beautiful LO, love how you embellished it!