Thursday, March 9, 2017

Falling in Love Scrapbook Pages

Here are some fun scrapbook pages we made last month at our Scrapbook Class
(sorry if you missed it!).

Don't miss another awesome class....

If you'd like to join us at our next Scrapbook Class, this class meets the last Tuesday of every month anytime from 4-9pm.  We make three 12x12 page layouts at class each month.  You can either pay a flat $15 fee or your pages are FREE with an order!

Our next class meets on Tuesday, March 28 anytime from 4-9pm.

Just RSVP to me at by Sunday, March 19 if you'd like to attend :).

Ok, on to our pages....

We start our page with a Sahara Sand base, then added a strip of Soft Sky card stock along the top and side of our page.

Over the Soft Sky strips, we added strips of the Falling in Love Designer Series Paper (DSP) to our page.  I just love the look of this DSP, especially those blurred images along the top of the page.

We also stamped those gorgeous lace borders (in Sahara Sand ink) along the top piece, as well as our Blushing Bride and Soft Sky pieces in the middle of the page, using the Sale-a-Bration Delicate Details Stamp Set.

Don't forget, you get a FREE Sale-a-Bration choice (like the Delicate Details Stamp Set used here!) for every $50 you spend until March 31!!
Falling in Love Designer Series Paper  142788
Sahara Sand Ink Pad  126976

Next, we die-cut a Blushing Bride scallop circle and a Sahara Sand circle using the Layering Circle Framelits.  We also embossed the Sahara Sand circle with our Falling Petals Embossing Folder and then sponged over the top of it with Sahara Sand ink.  Then, we punched 2 hearts using our Sweetheart Punch and added them to our circles.
Layering Circle Framelits  141705
Falling Petals Embossing Folder  142761
Stamping Sponges  141337
Sweetheart Punch  133786

In the bottom corner of this page, we die-cut another Blushing Bride scallop circle using our Layering Circle Framlits.

Then, we added one of our beautiful Lace Doilies (they are Very Vanilla on one side and Whisper White on the other side - what a great idea!).

We also punched a mini Dazzling Diamonds (Glimmer Paper) circle using our 3/4" Circle Punch and then added one of the fabulous Falling in Love Embellishments to the center of our circle.  These embellishments are a medal flower with some sparkly rhinestones in the center - so cute!!
Lace Doilies  142793
Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper  135315
3/4" Circle Punch  119873
Falling in Love Embellishments  142791

Here's a look at our next page (pretty similar to our last page, except for a few small changes)...

And, before I forget...  thanks so much to Kim Vogel for her inspiration on these pages :).

On this page, we die-cut a Soft Sky scallop circle using our Layering Circle Framelits. Then, we added a couple of Blushing Bride flowers using the Pansy Punch.  We also added a Dazzling Diamonds flower using our Petite Petals Punch.

Finally, we added a Rhinestone to the center of our flower.
Pansy Punch  130698
Petite Petals Punch  133322
Rhinestone Basic Jewels  119246

Our final finishing touch on these pages are the Very Vanilla 1/4" Satin bows that we added to the Blushing Bride and Soft Sky pieces in the middle of our pages.  These are what I call "cheater bows" - just cut a strip of ribbon and adhere it to the back side of the cardstock.  Then, tie a knot around this strip with another piece of the ribbon.  So simple!
Very Vanilla 1/4" Satin Ribbon  142794

I hope you enjoyed these pages!

And... don't forget to RSVP for the next Scrapbook Class on Tuesday, March 28 anytime from 4-9pm.  Just email me at or call/text (989) 330-0259 by Sunday, March 19.

We'd love to have you join us!


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