Monday, March 19, 2012

Princess pages

Went to a scrapbook retreat with my niece in Pine City, MN. LOVE that place and it has a store attached right to the retreat center. Very dangerous on the wallet if you know what I mean. We had a great time together and I made five pages. I am a very slow scrapbooker. These are pretty simple pages, not a lot of added elements. I guess you could say they are clean and simple pages.  :)  Our granddaughter is the cutest princess and her outfits used to be her mother's when she was a little girl! She loved to try it on and wear it knowing it was her mom's. Thanks for stopping by.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Beautiful church scene

Sharing a card that I made a while ago,  but its one of my favorites. The stamp is from Cornish Heritage Farms, a Thomas Kinkade church scene that is so beautiful. (Cornish Heritage Farms closed, and was put up for sale because the owners moved out of state. Then someone bought it last year.) The new Cornish Heritage Farms sell digital stamps on-line, and their goal is to produce red rubber stamps from some of their most popular lines. I can't wait for the red rubber lines to come out!

Materials used:
Stamps (both): Cornish Heritage Farms: The Forest Chapel (Thomas Kinkade series), Heartfelt Sympathy from Mona Lisa Moments, Sympathy Expressions set; white cardstock: Neenah; Always Artichoke (dark green) cardstock and ink: Stampin Up!; tag, circle and label die: Spellbinders; flocked design paper: unknown; silk olive ribbon: craft store; die cutting machine: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft.