Saturday, March 5, 2011

Scrapbooking & Beyond Pubs

Scrapbooking & Beyond Magazine has a new four part series called "Gadget Girls" where 4 designers (Liz Qualman, Pam Callaghan, Robbie Herring, and me) each create a layout using a specific tool. We each rocked out the i-rock tool by Imaginisce in the Spring issue.

We all know how much I love bling and getting to work with this tool was a lot fun!! The i-rock was really easy to work with, too. I used the frames stencil to create the scalloped border, glam rocks in rhinestuds, and hot rocks compacts in jewels on this layout.

supplies used: patterned paper- Bo Bunny; i-rock- Imaginisce; flowers- Petaloo; sticker- Creative Imaginations; rub-on- Karen Foster; Ink- Clearsnap; stickles- Ranger; Adhesive- Helmar; punches- EK Success; trimmer- Purple Cows

Enter Scrapbooking & Beyond Magazine's drawing for a chance to win YOUR VERY OWN i-rock tool, plus 3 stencil kits, 3 hot rocks compacts, and a handy dandy tote bag. Just head over to their website and fill out an entry form!!

This next layout was also published in the same magazine. It's the first time I've ever had more than one project in any given publication!! So exciting!!

The photos are of Xander when he was 10 days old.

supplies: patterned paper, rub-ons, stickers, wood veneer- Creative Imaginations; flowers- Petaloo; ink- Clearsnap; punches- Martha Stewart, Marvy Uchida; adhesives- Helmar; trimmer- Purple Cows

Thanks for stopping by the blog today!!


curlyqmosaics said...

Those butterfly photos are insanely gorgeous, and Xander's layout has to be the sweetest layout ever!

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erin said...

That's awesome, great job!!!
i had an xmas layout in their winter issue, and more coming soon:)
way to go! fun seeing your stuff in print:)

Ki said...

I love your LO's!! And the butterflies are such a sweet touch on the baby sweet. Question: How do you take such great photo's of your LO's. Mine are always awful.

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