Friday, March 23, 2012

Friday March 23-My Cricut Craft Room Scrapbook Friday--Kids

 
Today is Scrapbook Friday at My Cricut Craft Room.  Most of you know that today is my favorite day to post!! I love to make scrapbook pages!!  Today's theme is a good one for me to get more pages made for my children.. My son, who is 4, went fishing for the first time with his dad and sister. So this page is for those pictures.                                                                           
 
I used the Play Time, and Pooh and Friends Cricut cartridges.  I also used blue vellum, blue, brown, yellow, green, and orange cardstock.  I also used some stickles and my Peachy Keen stamps.  
I cut the boy <Billy> out of the Play Time cartridge at 4", and the Sun at 3" from Pooh & Friends.    
I tore the "hill" out of brown cardstock, and the "water" out of blue vellum and added stickles to the vellum.  I added stickles to the fish. 

Close up of the boy & water
The completed page
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to see the other great scrapbook pages today for Scrapbook  Friday   Thanks for stopping by!!!!       ~Christina~                                                                                                                         
 
 
 
 
 

8 comments:

Josie0602 said...

Super cute layout Christina!

Tracy
DT sister

Doris P. said...

aww.. love your LO! love the water. I forget about vellum - will have to try this again! dt Doris

Liz said...

really like your use of vellum as water, great idea

http://tryin2craft.blogspot.com

Kathy Salido said...

So cute Christina!!
Kathy
My Circut Craft Room Design Team
http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

TeresaK said...

That is such a cute and creative layout for your son! Love the water! Great job!
Teresa
dt sis

Jenny R said...

Fun LO...I like how you created the water with the vellum!

ScrapMyWay said...

GREAT job on tearing and the sweet little boy!
Creative Wishes,
Claire S.
DT My Cricut Craft Room
www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

Monique Mixon said...

Great paper tearing and stitching techniques