Friday, September 24, 2010

2 Webster's Pages layouts

I was thinking yesterday that I hadn't used my Webster's Pages stuff recently so out it all came and I have 2 layouts to blog!

The first hasn't photographed well as it's not easy to get the right lighting this time of night. This is an 8.5" x 11" layout of Jess having her first taste of baby rice at the age of 4 months...bless her LOL!

Materials used: Bazzill cardstock, Webster's Pages Lullaby Lane papers - 6" x 6" size and Lullaby Lane journalling card, Scrapworks alphabet rub-ons, Papermania adhesive ribbon, Prima flowers, brown Marvy pen.
Also used: vintage glass and plastic buttons, cotton lace.

The second layout is a photo of my 2 boys and my friend's 2 kids back in 2006 when we were on an outing and the kids spent ages watching a spider on it's web. I've had the photo sat around for ages but not decided which papers to use until the Nature's Storybook jumped out at me today!

Materials used: Bazzill cardstock, Webster's Pages Nature's Storybook die-cut stickers and 6" x 6" papers, Scrapworks alphabet rub-ons, Colorbox chalk ink, brown Marvy pen.

I seem to have rediscovered my scrapping mojo during the past week or two and seem to be making less cards. It'll be interesting to see how much I accomplish next week as Jess is starting nursery full time on Monday (3 hours every weekday)...the house will be so quiet without her!!


Anita said...

These are gorgeous Jo, I have some websters papers but just cannot make myself use them( I think I am scared of covering too much of the beautiful design on them!) I am totally inspired by what you do with them I think I will just HAVE to have a go.I just adore those pics of Jess, she is such a little doll! And I love how you have made the frame on the second one and cut out the outine of the tree. Fabby work and great to see you scrapping so much..xx warmest wishes

Sarah said...

Oh Jo, these are beautiful! I need to get some of those Webster Pages products :) I hope Jess is enjoying pre-school, we will have to get together for a coffee and chat soon!

Jo Hooper said...

Lovely pages Jo, especially like the spider one. some pics look great in black and white.