Monday, January 28, 2013

Baby B's Big Pumpkin

Welcome to another Scrapping The Little Things Monday with My Creative Time. I've done a layout -- yay!!! first time in quite a while!!! -- of my sweet little niece, Brielle. Miss Adorable, isn't she. :) Remember you can click an image to see the full size views of the pics. Your eyes are not deceiving you; this who page is done in sepia/brown/and black tones. Except of course for the green leaves. 


Pattern papers are by My Mind's Eye. Love their Lost and Found Halloween papers - the monotone colors say perfectly vintage Halloween to me.

I mad these mini floral sprays using the same pattern papers. I really like these! Oh and the flourishes I was going to cover in kraft cardstock, but I didn't have too.....I just left them as is - they were cut from one of my cracker boxes. Gasp! Awesome how the non-color is perfect. LOL Can you see the super cute bat button in the top photo? Love!

Here's the other spray. I use simple circles to roll these flowers. I love that look as much as I love the ones that are all petal-ly and prissy.

Final embellishment is this fab crows and pumpkins piece cut from one of the pattern papers. I used the labels to make this stand out. I didn't want to cover it up it's so cool. I did add two mini hearts with a tiny bow and button to tie it into the overall theme. I used this fishtail tag for my date using MCT Just Simply Live alphabet/number stamps.

Thanks for looking! Be sure to check out the other designer blogs as well for some Smash Book and Project Life ideas! Happy Monday. :)

Product List:
My Creative Time, Rolled flower die
My Creative Time, Stitched layered heart dies
My Creative Time, Stitched XL Label and layer
My Creative Time, Just Simply Live alphabet stamps
My Minds Eye, Lost and Found Halloween, 6x6 paper pad
My Favorite Things, Fishtail tag dies
My Favorite Things, Leafy Flourish die

Martha Stewart punches
Various leaf dies, circle dies, bling, buttons, twine

13 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness she is a cutie patootie for sure just precious. I truly love how you chose to do the pic in sepia it's the perfect touch. Gosh the way you chose to use Emma's dies are so perfect and the perfect way to embellish just love all of your ideas what a treasured keepsake!

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  2. Adorable layout! Your little niece is precious, and that is an awesome picture! The colors you used really help to focus the eye on the pic! I love all of your beautiful flowers, Shar!!!

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  3. Wow! Those flourishes look amazing on this page...great job! She's super cute...makes this page even cuter. Great job, thanks for sharing!

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  4. Oh WOW this is just GORGOEUS Shar and she is soooo ADORABLE!!!!I LOVE all the pretty flowers and details,Have a SUPER day my friend!!!:)

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  5. Stunning Shar and the page is beautiful too, hehehe! Your flower sprays are just exquisite!!! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  6. I love this LO share! I love the colors! and the photo is super cute! Great job! hugs

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  7. Shar ~ Oh look at that CUTIE!!! So ADORABLE! I LOVE you did the photo in black and white then the pumpkin is orange!! Well here we go again with all the AMAZING details!! I LOVE everything as usual!!!

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  8. She is a very cute little girl :D Cracker box looks wonderful and love the bling in the flourishes. Beautiful flowers and love the little bat button too. Great job.
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  9. Oh my I love this layout! Your niece is simply adorable!! Love all the goodies you used on this layout and the design of the layout!

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  10. She's adorable. What a gorgeous page, love the subtleness of it, then the pumpkin adds color. Very nice idea.

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  11. Your page is ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! Your niece is ADORBS!!
    Big hugs!

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