Finally, I was able to make some layouts last January 4, the night before the long vacation ends. I had planned to work on layouts during the long vacation but hadn't been able to do so because I spend my holidays, sleeping, eating and reading the Twilight series...hehehe
Here are some layouts from the latest arrivals of Lasting Impression:
Title: 12th Christmas
Journaling: Time flew by so fast, it's already our 12th Christmas together as a married couple. I hope to spend a whole lot more Christmases with you and the kids.
December 20, 2008
Materials:Making Memories Fa La La collection, Maya Road chipboard, blings, acrylic paint, colorbox fluid chalk, ribbon, Making Memories alpha sticker
I love the Halloween papers Lasting Impression have in stock right now. They got at least 5 brands of Halloween papers that are perfect for those unscrapped Trick or treat photos. One of my favorites is the line from Teresa Collins. I was able to make a mini book of my kids' Halloween photos in just 2 hours. Will post it soon. Still have to take a photo of it.
Here's a layout using one of the new lines, My Little Yellow Bicycle. I incorporated papers from other lines, such as the Salem line from Scenic Route from last year, and the Teresa Collins collection. Since most Halloween papers have a common color, black, it's easy to mix and match!
Title: Trick or treat
Journaling: Ayala Alabang Village, October 31, 2008
Scenic Route Salem Scrap Strip
Teresa Collins Halloween collection
My little yellow bicycle frightful black spider web
Grungeboard, paint, diamond glaze
Uniball signo pen
Here's Fancy Pants' latest release, The Daily Grind collection. It's such a refreshing paper, amidst all the Halloween and Christmas themed paper.
Title: Make Everyday Beautiful
Photos were taken at Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay where we spent my parents' birthdays and anniversary. David had a blast playing at the grassy area and loved the coolness of the wind blowing on his face.
I bought matching shirts for me, David and Austin from Bossini (I got the biggest kiddie size hehehe) and we all wore matching shorts. Too bad, there's no size for Meng.
I finally got to use the Out of this World collection of Inque Boutique. Perfect for this photo of David. He starting to like airplanes, so we strapped this scooter box of Austin's onto his back to pretend he's the airplane.