This month Mellisa and I used Basic Grey's Sugar Rush collection and a Doily from Basic Grey and some sparklers from Webster's Pages.
The Sugar Rush collection was alot of fun to play with, there are so many colours that you can really pull out from this line. I did two layouts, one I kept very basic and straight forward and the 2nd layout I used more details and alot more colour.
The first layout I have titled "Hangin Out"
The journaling reads:
"You guys have so much fun on the swings. This was a fantastic fun day in Winchester, April 9, 2011"
Pattered Papers: Basic Grey Sugar Rush collection, Bazill Basics, Basic Grey Doily
Flowers: Prima Londonerry collection
Jewls: Webster's Pages
Chipboard Letters: Basic Grey
Machine Stitching - Husqvarna
The second layout I have titled "Dad & Daughter"
I loved all the colours of this line, but didn't know how to use all that paper without it fighting with itself. I decided to roll little bits of it and hide it under the vellum of my title. I used vellum again on the journaling which is a poem I nabbed from the net on scrapbook.com - it reads:
"Dream Come True: a daughter is a dream come true, pink lace, ribbons, fluff and froufrou, giggles, kisses, bubbles and bows, she's such a sweet dear from her head to her toes."This month the Inspirational sale at Auntie Em's is Basic Grey Doilies - you can save 10% off every doily you buy just by saying that you were "inspired"
Basic Grey - Sugar Rush collection patterned paper and doily
Basic Grey brads
White Pigment ink - Stampin' Up