Sunday, March 25, 2012

Little Baby Layout

I completed another 2 page layout for Taylor's baby book yesterday.   These photos are her getting on the first scale of her life and weighing in at 6lbs 8.8 ozs which is much smaller than her own mother weighed when she was born which was 9lbs 7.5 ozs!  LOL!!!  I am about a foot shorter than my daughter....yet I had the big baby and she had the nice teensy one.  Anyway, here they are... Left side first:
I did some stitching with the Beast on K & Company Sparkly Sweet papers.  I cut out a couple of butterflies for a little embellishement.  They are glittered papers so add a nice bit of sparkle! 
"Little Baby" was cut on my Cricut Expression with the Nursery Rhymes cartridge.  I was so hoping this would fit into my personal challenge of using all of my cartridges but unfortunately for me, I've already completed projects with it!  Oh well....
Here is a close up of the cut:
And I added a little bling because baby girls can always start off with a little bling, right?
Here is the right side...of her feet getting stamped and then just a cute photo of her teensy foot with her identification band on it.
The little feet die cuts were done on the Silhouette Cameo (which was a KI Design I purchased from the Silhouette store) as was the journaling spot.  I was able to cut the teensy printed frame on the inside of the purple frame with no difficulty at all. 
Isn't that a cute little teensy foot?

Happy Crafting!


  1. Hi Susan
    what a sweet layout. Time goes by so quickly doesn't it?
    Love the way your cricut cut the letters etc!!! Great job.

  2. Such wonderful moments photographed & scrapbooked. Especially like the feet die cuts.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  3. Precious photos!! Love how you use turn into pages! Priceless keepsakes with beautiful colors!

  4. Wonderful sweet photos...and love the circut cut words. Very nice!

  5. Such a sweet layout- love the paper and great pictures! Great job sewing- you are no longer saying that you had to drag out the "beast" :)Amy

    1. LOL! You know, I redid my scrap room and now the Beast is a permanent fixture. He no longer has to be dragged he has his own place. He's still a beast, though! LOL!


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