A Scraphappy Southernbelle

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Scrapbook Circle June Layout #2: Toothy Grin

Mornin' Yall! I hope you all are having a great day so far! I wanted to hop online right quick and post my second DT layout using the June Scrapbook Circle kit. This kit was so awesome to work with!! Yummy!!! All of the patterned papers included in the kit are just to die for! I especially was fond of the October Afternoon! This layout features one of my fave photos of my nephew, Carter. His little toothy grin cracks me up and there is nothing like those big baby blues of his! I incorporated some stitching and freehand drawing on this layout. I do not usually do freehand on my layouts, but for some reason, I was in the mood to do so when I did this page. The alphabet stickers are from American Crafts and Cosmo Cricket. The pearls are Queen & Co. I used the Helmar Quick Fix Adhesive Runner to adhere all of my paper and Helmar Zap Dots to pop up the die cut.
I know I'm partial since I am his aunt, but isn't he a cutie?! Tee Hee! I miss him being this age! He was so sweet! Now, he is a bit cantankerous if I do say so myself! He is 5 and up to something every second of the day! You have to keep a sharp eye on him!

I will have another layout using the June kit from SBC posting tomorrow if you would like to check back and see that. I would love to see ya! I always enjoy reading your comments and I appreciate you stopping by!

Have a fabulous day and Happy Scrappin'!

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6 comments:

Sandy Davis said...

Great layout and he is a cutie. Love that background paper with the words.

shari said...

Beautiful layout Aymee! Carter is really adorable, I'd be proud too. Shari (cricutrookie)

Susan said...

What great designs and I love the musci. Thank you for letting me visit.
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Audrey Frelx said...

Great layout and Carter is just adorable!

Jess said...

What a fun mix of papers!!

Melissa said...

Carter is an absolute doll! How wonderful for you to have such a great scrapping focus in him!