Sunday, October 3, 2010

Groovy Baby - Mon Scrapbook


Have you seen this adorable new collection from My Mind's Eye? It's called "Alphabet Soup" and there is a 'girl' version and a 'boy' version; both are as cute as can be! The collection pack includes double-sided papers and die-cuts. Mon Scrapbook also has the coordinating designer brads and printed chipboard shapes.


These are fun brads, and when you mix them with the Prima lace it creates a whole new look.


A punched and pleated border, for a little pop of orange.


More brads grouped with a chipboard apple, and a die cut ticket is the perfect place for some journaling.


Matérials / Supplies:
papier / paper, découpes /die cuts - My Mind's Eye "Alphabet Soup Girl" (kit)
attaches parisiennes / brads - My Mind's Eye "Alphabet Soup Girl"
carton agglomeré / chipboard - My Mind's Eye "Alphabet Soup Girl"
lettres / letters - Prima Marketing
dentele / lace - Prima Marketing
encre / ink - Distress
stylo / marker - Staedtler Triplus Fineliner

3 comments:

Catherine said...

What a beautiful page!

Thank you for stopping by my blog! I'd love to see pictures of your wedding theme... I don't think I'm going to go with mine, but there are some awesome ideas out there!

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

JJ... since you gave me your opinion of my scrapbooking style on the message board at Practical Scrappers (thank you!!!)... I just had to come visit you...that and I had to see what "barf on paper" is... and while it was funny... it doesn't sound nearly as charming as what your layouts really are!!!! I am really loving on your style totally!!!

by the way, have you heard of Papercraft Star yet? It's a challenge blog I co-founded...and we need talented scrappers/papercrafters like you to join us! Hope to see you there. http://www.papercraftstar.blogspot.com

By the way I'm a follower of yours now too... and I'll forever be thankful for your input about my style! :-)

Barb said...

Oh my, what a striking LO! I love the photos... the way they pop off the page is AWESOME. I love what you did with the lace and brads too. This may well be one of my faves from you. :D

(Btw, even if you think you can't run, you should take up walking. I'm always amazed at how fast the "real" walkers at my workplace walk. I could NEVER keep up at that pace, and I'm sure they burn lots of calories and don't end up feeling old and injured. lol