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February 06, 2014
This is the first time that I have participated in the blog hop so I hope that this works for me. I was really excited to be invited to join this blog hop and hope to do a lot more. It is a great way to see how many different ways that Close to My Heart products can be used and is a great source of inspiration for me.
The new Idea Book has been released by Close to My Heart and there are so many fabulous new products that I have had a hard time choosing what to get to start with. I decided to go with Ivy Lane paper to finally finish off some scrapbooking some photos from Christmas 2012. This one is for my album and is a layout of my family and I am really pleased with how it has turned out. I don’t normally have a photo of myself as I prefer to be behind a camera. I have put on a lot of weight over the last few years due to the medications I am on and I don’t recognise myself in the mirror. But my daughter managed to get a nice photo of me and I decided to focus on that with smaller photos of my husband and children.
This layout is lifted from the Made It From The Heart Volume 1 No 2 page 8. I have used my Art Philosophy cartridge to cut out the large shape and roses, my Artbooking cartridge to cut out the title and the journalling box, and Artiste cartridge to cut out the leaves. The journalling tag was stamped with Cocoa ink and distressed with Desert Sand ink.
The materials I have used are:
Cardstock – Hollyhock, Colonial White, Pear, Sweet Leaf
Papers – Ivy Lane Paper pack
Stamps – Sweet and Lovely Cricut bundle
Embellishments – Ivy Lane Assortment
Inks – Cocoa, Desert Sand
Cricut Cartridges – Artiste, Artbooking, Art Philosophy
Just to finish off here are a couple of Valentine cards I have made with Skylark paper and the Artbooking cartridge. I have reduced the size of the cuts to half to fit onto the paper and worked in with the lovely Skylark papers to highlight the birds. The birds from the Artbooking cartridges fitted in really well with this paper. I reduced the size of the cuts by half in order (6.5) for them to fit onto the card.
Cardstock, Bamboo, Cocoa, Lagoon. White Daisy
Papers – Skylark
Embellishments – Skylark assortment, Slate Striped Twist Ties
Inks – Lagoon, Sweet Leaf
Stamp set – Holiday Tags Occasions
Cricut Cartridge – Artiste
I hope that you enjoy the new products and have as much fun playing with them as much as I have.
Thanks for stopping by the New Product Blog Hop! To view all the other entries and see more Close to My Heart new product inspiration.
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