SIT #56

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Note: If you've come here looking for my PDCC99 - Paper Makeup Stamps post, please scroll down.

So good to have you here visiting for Sketches in Thyme's Challenge #56!
Our sponsor for this month is Nikki Sivils.  So, jump on board to be in the running for a fabulous prize, detailed at the challenge link above.
When I saw this week's sketch, I was beyond thrilled!  LOVE multi-photo sketches, and this one was just perfect for attempting to get through the last of my baby girl's first-year-pics.  Check it out!
I started this layout by adhering a piece of red and pink, polka dot, patterned paper near center of the pink, grid, patterned, paper base and machine stitching, with olive-threaded, zig-zag stitches, around its edges.  I then adhered a strip of multicolored, advertisement, patterned paper, trimmed, across its bottom edge, with a punched strip of woodgrain, ruler, patterned paper, near the bottom of the previous piece and machine stitched, with olive-threaded, straight stitches, a double row across its top edge and, with olive-threaded, zig-zag stitches between it and its trimmed edge.  After adhering photographs, I tucked a pink and red, floral, journaling card under their right side; used it to journal, in Basic Black ink, I'm so blessed to be your mommy and get to see your reactions to so many new discoveries; and anchored it with double, olive-threaded, straight, machine stitches down its left side.
I then dressed it up, near its bottom, with a yellow, die-cut frame; a stamped in Ruby Red ink, hand-cut, distressed with Tea Dye and Antique Linen inks, and embellished with a hand-cut silhouette, frame; a wood bobbin, laced with hemp twine; a die-cut, from Pink Pirouette cardstock, leafy flourish; an olive, "six months" sticker; and finally, a cream, doily flower, backed with a punched and crinkled, patterned, paper, scalloped circle and pierced with a red, polka dot, epoxy brad.
The "SWEET girl" title was created from shadow alphas and a pink die-cut, anchored with olive, messy, straight-stitch, machine stitches, tied off to either end.
And last, but certainly not least, I tucked one more, cream, doily flower under the top left edge of the top left photograph; pierced it with another, red, polka dot, epoxy brad; and dressed it up with both an olive, "SWEET baby" die-cut and a "DOCUMENTED:" May 2009 label.
Inspiration for this layout came directly from all the goodies in my September Jenni Bowlin kit.
Here's the deets...
  • 3 Jillibean Soup Double Sided Papers
  • 3 Crate Paper Double Sided Papers
  • 1 Studio Calico Paper
  • 2 Bazzill Cardstocks
  • 1 JBS Coredinations Cardstock
  • 1 sheet Jillibean Soup Labels
  • 1 sheet of Vintage JBS Shadow Stickers
  • Mercantile Exclusive Stamp
  • Mercantile Exclusive Stencil
  • Mercantile Exclusive Month Bingo Card
  • 1 package of JBS Delicate Brad
  • Mercantile Exclusive Shadow Alphas
  • Pillow Box containing...
    • Maya Road Banners
    • Maya Road Wooden Rulers
    • Prima Wood Bobbins
    • Cream JBS Doily Flowers
Thanks so much for stopping by, ya'll!  Don't forget that you have until the close of the day, on Sunday, September 25, 2011, to link up your takes over in the right-hand column of the Sketches in Thyme Blog.  Also, please be sure to run by the challenge link above to check out all the beautiful creations made by our talented team, and have a terrific Thursday!

{Supplies & Tools}
Stamps: frame (JBS) Paper: Very Vanilla & Pink Pirouette (SU); pink grid & woodgrain ruler (Crate Paper); red & pink polka dot  (Studio Calico); multicolored advertisement (Jillibean Soup); silhouette (Jenni Bowlin) Ink: Ruby Red & Basic Black (SU); Tea Dye & Antique Linen (Ranger) Other: olive thread (Coats & Clark); sewing machine (Janome); foam tape (Scotch); Scalloped Circle & Scalloped punches, red polka dot epoxy brads, & pink & olive die-cuts (SU); wood bobbin (Prima); yellow die-cut frame (K&Company); pink & red floral journaling card (Making Memories); cream doily flowers & shadow alphas (JBS); "DOCUMENTD:" label (Jillibean Soup); Calligraphy Cricut cartridge & Cricut (Provo Craft); hemp twine (Hobby Lobby)

4 comments:

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

LOOOOOOOOOOVE those pictures--super sweet! LOVE those papers--and I love the embellies! I need to invest in some of these amazing kits!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is GORGEOUS! I loveeeeeeeeeeeee the photos (SO PRECIOUS!) and loveeeeeeeeee the title on its side! :):):):):):):):):):):)

sandi said...

This is just darling! Love everything about it!

Lindsay said...

What a precious LO and very well executed to! I need a scrapbooking lesson from you stat!