Scrapping is Back!!

Scrappy Scraps : The first pages I've done in months!! It feels nice to scrap again.

Colors : Baby Pink, Pansy Purple, Vineyard Berry, Indian Corn Blue, White Daisy
Papers : Baby Pink CS, Pansy Purple CS
Stamps : Free Spirit, Playful Flourishes, Rustic Alpha
Inks : Pansy Purple, Indian Corn Blue, Vineyard Berry, White Daisy reinker
Accessories : Just Blooms : Autumn Daisy, Pewter brads, Pewter buttons

Audrey getting into my ink. All products are CTMH except the buttons. It's so much prettier in person (would be nice to get a better digital camera ^_^). I stamped the flourishes in Vineyard Berry and Pansy Purple. The text circles, hearts and title were stamped in Indian Corn Blue. I used a scrap of pansy purple CS to frame one of the photos but the whole page is just stamping and embellishment!!

Here is a close up of the detail. I did a little whitewashing with the White daisy reinker (old one) on this corner and on the title. I might go back and restamp the title since it faded. I didn't realize the paper was still just barely damp so it dulled out the blue. I love the paper flowers! They are my favorite embellishments!

Colors : Breeze, Ocean, Orange, White Daisy
Paper : Just Chillin' PP ('06), Breeze CS, Orange CS, White CS
Stamps : Essential Alpha, Funky Fish, Beauty Seen, Vroom Caps, Charmed Lowercase, Typewriter
Accents : Clear beads, Liquid Glass

The first bath pics I've scrapped in a long time. I love the way it came out. It's a lot brighter than my camera picks up. The fish are also shiny from the liquid ice but you can't tell in the pic. I'm not quite finished with it though. I want to put 'My lil' before the fishes title on either cardstock photo clips or something else.

The first page. The bubbles are the clear beads from the white daisy accents that were changed. I've been trying to find a use for them and this worked great! I was going to use silver brads for the bubbles (that would have been cute too) but this was a great way to put those beads to work! I used glue dots to get them to stick to the page, it worked like a charm. I love Audrey's cheeser at the bottom.

The water text and both the fish also had liquid ice on them but the camera didn't pick it up. It's so cute in real life. You can see a bit more how long Caitlyn's hair is getting. It's been a trial to comb it out every day even with detangler (I go through that stuff like crazy). But her hair is so pretty, I don't want to cut it!

Mommy Scraps : Speaking of hair, I love how Caitlyn's hair looks when I put it up. Even she loves how it looks when it's done as she exclaims "Oh, beautiful!" after I've finished spraying it with a little hairspray. So, I'm left to wonder why the ONLY time she lets me put it up is when we go out someplace and the second we get back (and sometimes even before then) she pulls it out. I have yet to get any decent pictures of how adorable she looks since she's such a whirlwind of hyper activity. Caitlyn is a girl that doesn't like to hold still especially for the camera. The fact that my camera has been on the fritz lately and doesn't want to focus at all doesn't help matters. So I'm hoping that one of these days, even if it is just one day, Caitlyn will let me take a picture of her cute little meatballs (pigtails that are put into buns or the like) so that I can always remember how much I loved the way her hair looked put up, despite how hard it was to do and how much protesting she gave while I was doing it.

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