Monday, February 25, 2008

2 quick ones

I did these 2 LOs yesterday and although I said they were quick it did take ages to die-cut all the letters for the 2nd one!

Ths one's an 8" x 8" of the first time Jess stood up holding on and playing with her baby walker.

I used: DCWV cardstock, DCWV vellum quote, Cuttlebug (You're not the boss of me) die-cut alphabet, unknown ribbon and brads and black gel pen.

I used: Bazzill cardstock, DCWV Nana's kids paper, Cuttlebug (swiss dots) embossing folder, Sizzlits (round-a-bout) die-cut alphabet, Quickutz (Maggie mini) die-cut alphabet, Deja Views stickers, Prima flowers and unknown make of gemstones.

I've been out shopping this morning with Jess and am hoping that when she has a sleep later I can get to visit some blogs or get something creative done! (or maybe some housework!)


gillyflower said...

what great layouts and what a cute little one she's gorgeous
my little one is 21 this year so not so little
any just stopped by to say hi we are both in the sbs11 so hope to see more of you
bye for now

Andria aka prairie mom said...

Love these pages...your daughter is uber cute! Great layouts!

Vicki said...

She is so adorable. I remember my daughters having that toy to help them walk, time surely does fly. Fab layouts. Love the new look on your blog, very striking. xx vicki xx

Whoopsie Daisy! said...

Precious layouts! I like your combinations of different diecut alphabets and colors. Love those brads on the first layout!

Laurel said...

Love the pages, I am partial to pink so the first one really pops out at me - she is such a sweetie. Sounds like you need a Cricut!!!

Jenn said...

Your daughter is so precious!!!! These are great layouts!!!!


Carla said...

Nix on the housework, girlfriend, it won't be clean until all your kids go away to college anyway-so go stamp! These pages, and your daughter, are adorable!

Toni said...

GO MISS JESS!!!! And we got to see it here, first! Well worth the die-cut agony on the lettering, Jo, but I HAVE to say how much I really love your very own handwriting/journaling, too.

Carolina said...

Wonderful did such a gret job for being quick pages. Your daughter is such a gem!

Also wanted to stop by to thank you for your sweet comments you left on my blog about my grandfather's passing, thank you so much, it really meant a lot to me!