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Friday, October 12, 2007

Puddles & Puppy Dogs

If you scrap, not sure if any of you are like me. It has to be the "right time" for me to do a page. I keep the photo visible so I see it daily. Somehow, having the photo visible daily helps me to think up an idea. Got the title from Cheryl of Engineered Expressions who won blog candy from me for her title suggestion "Puddles & Puppy Dogs" that Alice chose. I loved the way it came out!
Here's the page before I put it in a shadow box frame.

Here's the page in the frame. I really liked how it turned out. You can't tell from the photo, but I double stacked the dimensionals to give the puppy a higher lift.
Here's the ingredients I used:
Design paper is by Crate Paper, chocolate chip cardstock, QK alphabet "Sophie" (retired), SU rhinestone brads, photo corner punch (cut in pumpkin pie), light blue mini brads, Sizzix flourish die (cut in Taken with Teal CS). Again, thanks Cheryl for the title suggestion (and for all of you who played). Alice was tickled with her belated birthday gift. Thanks for stopping by! Have a super weekend.

4 comments:

Maria said...

Such a cute layout! I've recently started scrapbooking and I have a harder time with the layout than I do with making cards. It's so personal. . .I have such a hard time making a decision on how to create the page.

Love your layout! Such a cute picture and I love the puppy and swirl words!

Maria

CAKVD said...

Teri, this turned out great!! I love the cute little puppy and the font of the title is perfect. Great job!
Cheryl

Corie said...

This turned out SO FANTASTIC!!!

Joy said...

it turned out so cute! and yes, the title was the best!!! how simple yet it explained it well. Alice is so lucky!