Friday, September 24, 2010

A Shape to Treasure

Here's one more shape for you this week-- I hope you have enjoyed seeing all the DT's cool creations that are beyond squares and rectangles. I loved making my shape-- a flower shaped mini album of my daughter's 6 year old portraits-- this is definitely a shape to treasure!


I used a chipboard mini album from Scenic Route for this project and then went crazy with all the fabulous new papers and embellishments from My Mind's Eye Lost & Found that are in stock right now at The Beary Scrap. Now, remember last week when I made my vintage page, I also used the Lost & Found papers; however, my page last week was pale pink and green. This week I have used a different group from the Lost & Found line-- Union Sqaure and my project is black, cream and red. I have been holding onto these pictures since last September trying to find the perfect papers to go with them and let me tell you, this is it! I think they designed Union Square just for me! And there are still two other groups. Lost & Found is absolutely amazing, make sure you check out all four categories and get yourself some of these yummy scrap goodies!

Sorry for the long post, but here are the 6 inside pagesof my mini album:








Supplies used for this project were:



Get creative and challenge your mind to think outside of the "square"-- see what shape you can come up with. And why not make it vintage and enter it in our Beary Sweet challenge, open until Sept. 30th at 11:59 EST, enter your project for a chance to win a $20.00 voucher. Thanks for joining us in shapin' it up this week!

3 comments:

Precious Memories Scrapbooking & More said...

Beautiful! This is truly a shape to treasure!!

Patricia said...

Jamie this is so cute and she looks like she love's the camara, what a cute keepsake!
~Patricia

Susan ~ Killam Creative said...

Jamie, this took my breath away! Shapes were no challenge for you. Your daughter is - and all your beautiful children are - very lucky to have YOU for a mom! It's stunning, sweetie.

Cheers,
Susan

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