Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Couldn't wait.

I know I said I'd post some scrapbooking stuff tomorrow, but I just finished up a layout and I'm going to go ahead and post today. 2 posts in 1 day!




First I want to give a big shout out to my wonderful friend Jules, she sent me a big box of scrapping goodies, and the spring issue of Somerset Life, which inspired this little altered cutie.




This is for One Little Word the word is TODAY. This is a small clothespin I painted and embelished. It says Today's Beauty. I will be making 1 for each of my girls and using to hold some of thier art work.











I'm not sure where the little sunshine metal embellie is from, but isn't it cute.


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Here is the layout I just finished this afternoon. It's for Page Plans, based on the latest sketch.







DAN IN REAL LIFE. I knew I had to do a layout with that title as soon as I watched the movie. There are a few similarities to DAN (Steve Curell) and DAN my husband.


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One last picture, this is what I prop my layouts up against to take pictures of them. My BIL Kevin made it for Dan. The roofs are license plates, and they both have a story behind them. I don't really know the story behind the ugly blue lisence plate, but it means something to them. See ya!

7 comments:

Chris said...

awesome work girl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lesli said...

Wonderful take on the LO sketch - great job!

Jenelle said...

Cute stuff Angie. Love the title on the "Dan" LO, gave me a chuckle!

twinsand2boys said...

Great work! I like the birdhouses too!

Margee' said...

Great job Angie!

The Today's Beauty is a cute idea!

Cheryl said...

Love all your new creations, Angie! That's great - "Dan in Real Life" - love it!!

Gina Hanson said...

Angie, LOVE what you did with the sketch!!! Awesome LO . . . I loved that movie too! And the clothes pin is darling, I have a couple of the jumbo ones that I've never done anything with before, I think you may have inspired me to dig them out and alter them! ;)