On January 5, DramaQueen turned 16!
Sorry…I just couldn’t resist posting her “hand” photo! ha ha ha!
For those of you who are new to following or reading my blog, I should let you know that I refer to my children here using affectionate nicknames. My husband started calling our daughter Drama Queen quite a long time ago although she has been the easiest child to raise thus far and thinks it’s pretty funny that we call her this.
Here is Sue Sykes‘ sketch for January over at the Canadian Scrapbooker Sketchy Gallery…
This sketch was perfect to feature a group of photos taken on DQ’s birthday…
I took a risk with this layout…is it too cute for a 16-year-old? Actually DQ told me that she didn’t like ANY of her birthday photos, so I was NOT allowed to scrapbook them. [oops]
These papers are from a couple of My Little Shoebox collections, along with the stickers and alphabets.
|The title is all MLS stickers, plus I add Crystal Stickles to the number 16.|
I drew a balloon template and then traced and cut out three. I outlined them with a white pen and then Crystal Stickles. They are tied with white embroidery thread.
These Peel-off adhesive flowers from Harmonie are so cool! They are clear stickers with sticky tops that you can cover with glitter, microbeads, flocking, etc. I used black Craft&Glitz microfine glitter.
|This white flower frame is cut with my Cricut.|
|A journaling spot. [Dang! I wrote 2012, not 13!]|
These 6 cards are cut right from one piece of My Little Shoebox patterned paper….an easy way to create a grid and mat photos!
How about starting the New Year off with a challenge? Join the Sketchy Gallery and design a page based on Sue’s sketch, then upload it to the Canadian Scrapbooker website HERE.
I’ll see you over there!