Welcome to my Scrapping With Lisa Designs Bi-Weekly posting. This week we are using the girl one pattern from the Strawberry Shortcake and Friends pattern. You will find this pattern in the store if you click on this link. (http://www.scrappingwithlisadesigns.com/item_14/Strawberry-Shortcake.htm)Lisa has created some wonderful patterns that are so versatile. You will see this versatility as you peruse through my design team sisters blogs.
Pink Girl pattern from the Strawberry Shortcake collection at Scrapping with Lisa Designs.
DCVW “The Black Currant Stack”
Cricut “Splish Splash” and “Forever Young” cartridge
Embossing Label Maker
Black Photo Corners
Coordinating Organza ribbon
Bling-lots and lots of glitter brads, rhinestones, etc.
Martha Stewart Border Bunch
The starting point for this layout was the beautiful little girl, cut from the Pink Girl pattern from the Strawberry Shortcake collection at Scrapping with Lisa Designs. I wanted to see just how versatile she could be, so before the layout was even born, she was a DIVA! As she transformed, she began to remind me of my daughter. With that thought, I turned to the idea of a scrapbook page layout for my Pink Lady project. Now, I do lots of crafts, and lots of papercrafts. What I do not do….scrapbook. Going into this project I have created a total of 2 scrapbook pages. I dressed the girl using The Black Currant Stack from DCVW, so I decided on that stack for the layout as well. I chose the pictures I wanted to use, and focused them all on the little diva-like things my daughter does. Since they are from different time periods, and span a variety of subjects, I chose to frame each one individually, using shapes that I cut from two of the most feminine cartridges Cricut has…Splish Splash and Forever Young. These cartridges were also used to cut the words and phrases, and the embellishments on the shapes (shoes, handbags, etc.) For each framed picture, I embellished based on the object, but kept the theme of diva. With a layout like this, it’s the small details, and overabundance of embellishments that really make it eye-catching. I hope you have enjoyed my project…I can truly say that it was a constant surprise at how things turned out and transformed themselves. I’m sure my daughter will be happy to add this to her scrapbook!
I encourage you to stop by the Facebook fan page and see the work of our wonderful fans as well. You will find that page by clicking on this link. (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scrapping-With-Lisa-Designs/130882060268842) I know you won’t be disappointed.
Please make sure you stop in and visit my design team sister’s blogs as well. Here are the links.
Team Princess Sparkles
· Kimberly ~ http://scrappingrookie.blogspot.com
· Barbara B~www.barbarab3.blogspot.com
· Rachelle ~ http://creationsbyrachelle.blogspot.com
· Lisa W~ http://mycraftyspaces.blogspot.com
· Carla ~ http://racincrafts.blogspot.com/
· Jackie ~ http://jackrabbitscrappin.blogspot.com/
Make sure you watch for my next posting when I showcase more of my Design Team Sisters work. Until then, you can use the links below to help you be more crafty.
Please make sure you visit:
Scrapping With Lisa Designs Store Front ~ http://www.scrappingwithlisadesigns.com/
Scrapping With Lisa Facebook Fan Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Scrapping-With-Lisa-Designs/130882060268842)