This is a layout of my stepson when he was a baby. I used the My Mind's Eye "Lil Robots" collection. Can I tell you the colors just pop right off of the page and the accesories are just super cute. Trust me you will see this collection again and again until I use it up. The only things that are not a part of the collection is the "K" monogram, which is actually a Cosmo Cricket black chipboard letter that I painted white and then used frosted lace stickles on and the other is the Heidi Swapp outline letter rub-ons that I was trying to use to spell the word boy but I didn't have an "o", so I used a brad to take its place. The word big was cut using my Slice.
Here is another fun layout of my niece, my youngest daughter, my niece's bff, and my sister from Christmas 2005. I think it was the first year our dollar store began carrying those antler headbands and everyone had fun with them. I used the Imaginisce collection for this layout. The numbers do not really have any relevance to the layout, I just thought it looked cute. I punched the snowflakes with my Martha Stewart punch and added some bling to the center.
Here is the hubster getting his employee of the year award that he worked very hard for. He is a job developer and his job is to get people jobs. Even in the midst of the recession he got over 250 people in sustainable jobs that year. Here I used the Teresa Collins Celebrate line. The "09" are AC thickers, and the mini tickets are Maya Road and I added a little bling to the centers. The rest of the title incorporates a variety of stickers from my stash including some imagination project Gin-x coaster board letters (that's going way back). The stars are the wood veneer stars from my November scrap-room kit that I painted and added stickles.
When I saw the Bo Bunny Olivia collection I could not figure out what I was going to do with it. But I am really happy with the results. I used my Martha Stewart loopy border punch . The flower is by Prima and I cut the title "everyday" using my Slice Machines.
And one of my favorite projects from this weekend is my practice version teddy bear favor box for my oldest Stepson and his wife's upcoming baby shower. The colors for the shower are yellow, mint green and brown and there is a teddy bear theme. When I am doing favors I like to practice a few times before I settle on a design. I think I got this one right on the first try. I used the My time Made Easy Happy mail template.