Friday, January 1, 2010

A Mother's Sundae Date

Well now that the fallout of Christmas is over, I can actually get back to scrapbooking. Woohoo! Anyway, having several children to scrapbook, I find that I am getting further and further behind on scrapbooking. OH well, at least I will have something to do when they are out of the house. So these pictures here, are 4 and a half years old. This is one of my favorite pictures of Cameron and I. It was taken in his first grade classroom when they were having their Mother's Day celebration. They were making ice cream sundaes for us.


This is a little close up of part of the title. The orange brads were made with the I-top brad maker by Imaginisce. The punched flowers behind the brads were the punches that go with the I-top. So you can use them for more than just the brads. They make a pretty cool little accent as well.


And on this brad here, I used one of the rubons from the "Sweet Cheri" collection. I have never been much of a rubon person, but I have to say these work very well. They stick so easy. You should really try them.
 Products used: Patterned papers, flowers, brad maker, punches, rubons, chipboard sticker: Imaginisce; letter stickers: American crafts; ink: VersaMagic chalk ink.

2 comments:

sarah said...

GORGEOUS!!!!! :) LOVE your creativity with this line!

hugs,
s.

Andrea Amu said...

Sweet page, Heather! I like the use of the itop punch for your title!