Wednesday, May 30, 2012
We love Mt Storm! It is an awesome place to sled and snowboard! The "temple of love" is the most prominent feature still on the former Clifton estate. I love the Reminisce palette and the elegant winter additions look fantastic with the formality of the gazebo. It actually sits on top of the water source for the former estate.
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Friday, May 25, 2012
More pictures from Washington, D. C. trip in August of 2009. All of these use the Reminisce Power Palette. The flowers are from Reminisce Spring Addition. We visited during the Lincoln exhibit at the American History Museum. The lines were the longest in this museum and we only caught a couple of floors on one wing.
I fussy cut several photos of objects like the brooch above and Lincoln's hat below.
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I used the Pagoda Cricut cartridge to create custom embellishments for my two page layout using Creative Memories Rugged Power Palette. The pictures are from my 2009 trip to Washington, D.C.
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
In the following layouts I am utilizing CM's border maker system. This is my first layout with the banner cartridge! I also used the new Cakes & Candles Additions. I made 2-two page layouts, 4 pages with this $9 addition! I used a partial sheet of Green Apple cardstock to create the banner border. One the right hand side I cut the border into pieces.
I am working on layouts utilizing Creative Memories Border Maker System. This layout uses the Tree cartridge. I used smooch moonlight to put some snow on the tops of the trees. This is kind of old school using the white of the pages to keep with the white of the snow. I thought the old CM laser cut stickers really enhanced the simple page that really focuses on the snow on the tree pictures.
Monday, May 21, 2012
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Sunday, May 20, 2012
I had made several of the dragonflies trying out my different embossing powders. I have the matching punch. Stamp from Purple Daisy. The paper I used was from a Creative Memories 8x8 autumn package from a few years ago and Vintage Perfect Fit, a Basic Grey Christmas Stack and the patterned flower paper is from the DCWV Heirloom stack (new). The doilies are from my first experiment with my Cricut Expression 2. I added some shimmer mist to dress the white paper up. Almost everything I used was from my scrap pile except the bling!