My sweet Molly-Dog was my inspiration for this scrapbook layout. I created the banner using the Country Life cartridge. The bottom layer is a simple scallop banner cut and the top is just a plain banner cut, but to jazz it up a bit, I cut the top layer from Dear Lizzy adhesive-backed fabric paper. I've had it in my stash since this past spring and after awhile, I wondered if I would ever end up using it... now I am just so glad I had it to use on this project...and for the record... the fabric paper cuts like a DREAM on the Cricut!
I cut the flowers from Dear Lizzy glitter paper and doubled some of them for a 3-D effect. Some Japanese paper tape, Hero Arts pearls and Dear Lizzy foam alphas provided for the perfect finishing touches to this super feminine layout of my middle daughter Cait and my sweet (and bossy) Molly-Dog.
Now... on to our end of month Bitten by the Bug2 blog hop... if you arrived here from Bitten by the Bug2 then you are on the right track, if not, start there and you'll land here in just a moment. If you came here from BBTB2, you are on the right track and your next stop on the hop is Lori. If you should get lost along the way you can regroup by checking back here!
Okay now, for the blog candy here at Runs With Scraps. During this hop, leave a comment and become a follower if you are not already and you will be eligible to win a 15 dollar gift certificate to My Favorite Things or Papertrey Ink (winner's choice)! I'll draw the winner on Halloween! Here is the Blog Hop list...
Beth (you are here!)
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink: Stampers Select "White", American Crafts: "White 12 x 12"
Patterned Paper: Dear Lizzy & American Crafts: Spring Collection
Ink: Tsuikeneko: Memento "Tuxedo Black"
Stamps: Papertrey Ink: "Framed"
Embellishments: Dear Lizzy: "White Foam Alphas", Hero Arts: "White Pearls"
Die Cuts and Tools: ProvoCraft: Cricut Expression and Country Life Cartridge
Other Tools: Fiskars Border Punch