Bright, fun, fast page…inspired by a photo misprint on my part. I typically make 5×7 collages with my Instagram photos for pocket pages. However, I must have been in a hurry and forgot to click the right box when ordering these photos. As a result, I ended up with 3 4×6 collages. I wasn’t sure what to do with all the 2×2 photos and then I spotted the square punch out of the corner of my eye…and this layout was the result.
I fell in love with this mambi paper pad the moment I saw it. I turned to this particular page with 3 x 4 cards and swooned. I debated cutting them out and using them in traditional pocket pages, but decided to have some fun and use them as they were: 12 x 12. I ended up cutting out a couple of the blingy cards from another page and adding them to this layout…love the way it all came together. LOVE this Gold Rush paper pad.
Three of my favorite things: me & my BIG ideas stickers, burlap, and blues…quick, fun card. A chance to experiment with textures. Having a lot of fun with cards these days. Can’t wait to surprise people with good old-fashioned snail mail love…
I absolutely LOVED Tyson’s teacher last year. She was magical. Patient. Supportive. Kind. Most importantly, she provided my son with a foundation of learning that allowed him to love going to school each day. I couldn’t have asked for more. When it came time to thank her, I wanted to do something beyond the class gift. A handmade, handwritten note it was…along with a Bux card. I loved the new me & my BIG ideas teacher banner stickers. Add a mini bag, a couple scraps of paper…done. I added a little piece of washi to a paper clip so she would know to pull out the gift card.
Updated our playroom art display using the me & my BIG ideas DIY Gallery Art Pad for boys. Super fast. Easy. As I flipped through the pad, I squealed when I saw two of my FAVORITE quotes. One of the happiest rooms in our house. On my summer-to-do list, update the wall with all the artwork the boys will be bringing home on their last day of school. Happy Friday!!
I have loved this paper pad since I first set eyes on it. In particular, this bird…I wanted to do something with it and it wasn’t until I found this unfinished frame that it all came together. I first intended to put it in the bottom right corner, but then realized it would be fun to make a more interactive type frame for my mom. Notably, something that allowed her to change out the photo and showcase BOTH notes that the boys made her.
A think coat of Modge Podge + two pieces of paper from the me & my BIG ideas Mixed Media paper pad + stickers + clothes pin = done.
A quick and easy card using mambo Cards in An Instant rounded out the crafty love for my mama: