Friday, September 18, 2009

Robots Un-plugged

This new line from My Little Shoebox could not be any cuter! I adore the fact that the papers are so versatile and can be used for both boy and girl pages. And those robot cutouts...LOVE them! I dressed one of the pink ones with eyelashes and a bow for the front cover of this mini album that I'm teaching next month at Scrapper's Cove. I added some brads and highlighted some of the features with stardust stickles to help make it my own and add some extra texture.

Here's the class information:

Nutty Buddies Mini Album
Scrapper's Cove
75 North Main Street
Milltown, NJ
(732) 745-1000
October 4, 2009
12:30-3:30 pm
limited seating

The photo on this layout was just screaming to be scrapped. I took Xander and Donovan to the playground around the corner from the house one day...of course I try to stay armed with my camera and I captured this picture of my baby boy. Don't you just want to kiss that sweet face?

One of my favorite scrapping techniques is hand cutting. I love to make a piece of paper look differently than it did when I purchased it. This line is so perfect for that! Not only can you cut out the robots, but the numbers are big enough cutout as well. That's exactly what I did here!

I printed some additional photos from Donovan's mohawk photo shoot to use here...they were just too perfect for me not to. I freehand cut some circles from the star paper, added some doodling around the border for this quick and easy layout.

This card was so super easy to make and is just right for the little dudes in our lives!

Thanks for taking a peek!


NancyJones said...

Girlllll you are rockin it as always! LOVE the mini. G/l on your class. (as if you need it) I just got some of the cutest robot paper to do a space shuttle page lol

I wish I had seen this!!


Diana Fisher said...

These pages are great! Love the new papers and I am also a big fan of hand cutting paper.

erin yamabe said...

oh, what a cute book you made into a class! wish i lived closer, and love your layouts!

Lynn said...

Girl,you rock! All 3 projects are adoreable. Do bad I live too far south or I would take your class.
Have a great weekend!

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