Sunday, November 9, 2008

Baby album pages

I made these layouts as a baby gift for one of my "bosses" at Simply Obsessed. Shauna just had a darling baby boy. This was a surprize for her.
For the Christmas layout I used My Minds Eye paper. Cricut Christmas Cheer (reindeer), Doodlecharms (stars), and Printing Press (lettering) cartridges .

For this layout I used Crate paper. The house and tree paper piecing was made from a pattern by Windows of Time. The lettering was made with Sizzix Doodletag (Home) and Cuttlebug Harmony (Sweet) diecuts.

This layout was made using paper I got as a RAK. I cannot remember the name of the company. The turkey paper piecing is a free pattern from Kaylas Kreations. The lettering is Cricut base camp cartridge. The date stamp is by Catslife Press.

Thanks for stopping by.

11 comments:

Jennifer said...

Those are SO adorable!!!

The Christensens said...

YOu are way to creative.... I need some motivation, I am so far behind on my scrapbooking, I just finished Cambrias first Halloween LOL.....Your blog is way cute !!!

Heather said...

I SOOOOOOOOOO adore this!! (But I'm keeping my iud in regardless of what i want to do!!!) :)

Denise T. said...

Suzanne!! Your blog is ROCKIN'! I can not believe i haven't been finding the time to stop by. You have been super busy!!!

I am so sad to hear that Jeff's father passed. I will be praying for you all in the days to come.

Take care

Denise

About Me said...

these are so cute. and I love the paper piecing. I really need to start my scrapbooking again, and start accomplishing pages again.

AbbieTorroll said...

you made such GORGEOUS pages! You seriously put mine to shame! LOL

ellen said...

they got so great, of course you know how much i love that turkey!!! ;)

Trish said...

You rock!! These layouts are fabulous!!

Ronda Simpson said...

Wow!! Really cute stuff!! Love all of them!

Brandy said...

i think you're really inspiring a lot of us to stretch ourselves with your piecing, i esp love that house!

Hess Bunch said...

I think you went around the sides and didn't come back up the middle. I don't think you stopped by, so it's okay you don't remember what was in the booth.