Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Project 12 - January

Here is my layout for Project 12 at Scrapbook and Cards Today.

I had some problems getting it posted last night due to our Internet being down all evening and night. Melissa was kind enough to email it to them for me, so thank you ever so much Melissa.

Journaling reads:
We spent our first New Year's in our new house.  Matt & Kristin were here and we just had a nice lazy day!
Melissa introduced me to Ghirardelli Chocolate Chips.  I feel in love with them and made chocolate chip cookies every week for the month!
I signed up for a photography class online.
We all met at Bill's Catfish for mom's 67th birthday!
I used skype for the first time with my imaginary friends.  It helps me to not miss them so much!
I gave up farming on facebook!

Supplies used:
Paper- Stampin Up! Love Letter & First Edition DSP
My Mind's Eye Alphabet Soup Twinkle Twinkle
Embosslit Die - Sizzix Beautiful Wings
SU!- Scalloped Edge boarder punch
Fiskars Punch
Su!- Raven Trim Lace
Idea-ology- Film Strip Ribbon
Maya Road- trim
Tim Holtz- Ornamental die

**Special thanks to Kristin for the picture of her and Matt


Melissa said...

I love it! The black and red look great with the punches of blue! I like your butterflies, too! I had to laugh at the part about giving up farming on FB.. go you! I quit in November, I think? I feel good!

Lora Oliver said...

Wow! This is awesome! I am really liking how you laid out the photos and embellies and the colors perfectly compliment them.

Barb said...

Another wonderful LO, Lisa!! Love the colors and those butterflies are just too cute!! I love how you do the close-ups so we can really see the things you used.

I wish I could have read the journaling, though. It was too small even after I enlarged it!!! LOL

courtney said...

Very pretty work, Lisa. Love the patterned paper!
One of my LSS's has Studio 12 crops...must look into this!

luv46kdz said...

Very nice!! Ghiardelli is delish!

Your security words are too funny, bugsitch, as in , we got a bugsitch goin on here!

Susan said...

Wow! This layout is a great example of mixing colors and patterns; and having everything work so well together. So much to look at, yet it all flows together beautifully!