Last year I scrapped about a 150 layouts and I think 145 of them are about my kids! One of my resolutions for 2011 is to scrap more about others as well, for example about: ... my friends!!
Yvonne is one of my best friends. We've known each other about 35 years, but we're real friends for about 26 years now (and I hope we'll stay that way for the next 50 years!!). I think that is worth to scrap!!
Materials I used: Patterned Paper: Julhjärta Röd, Snöboll Rödd, Classic (Notes Brun), Autumn Wardrobe (Tailored Stripes), red cardstock, a tag, ribbon, pins, crystals, stamp and a flower all from Inkido.
Because of the New Year I decided to scrap these two photos of myself on New Year's Eve. It was about 20 minutes past midnight and my dh and the two older kids were still outside with their fireworks (which I love, but from the inside, LOL) and I was playing with my camera - initially trying to capture the kids and the fireworks - and then trying to take a few pics of myself as well.
I used all kinds of Christmas products (papers, card, stamp), but to my relief this didn't make the layout look "Christmassy" at all.
Materials I used: patterned paper: Autumn Wardrobe (Tailored Stripes), Hjertegod, Gran Brun, Classic (Notes Brun), stamps, tag, pearls, charms, ribbon and a little card from the "Vintage Klippeark" collection (love those!) all from Inkido.
If you want to know where you can buy all these gorgeous Inkido products, Kristine (one of the designers) listed all the stores on her blog where you can buy them and a lot of them ship internationally. HERE is the link.
Did you know I've been asked to stay on Inkido's design team for 2011? I'm so happy! I get to create with their gorgeous products for another whole year!!!!! :-)
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.You've probably noticed I love scrapping Polaroid-like photos. If you ask yourself how I make them, I'll tell you! You download the free software from Poladroid HERE and after that you just drag your photo to the Poladroid icon and that's all! The polaroid photo will be saved on your computer, you print it and voila!! Super simple!
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