Saturday

Inspired By Stamping *Release Day


Release Day is finally here!!
The past two days the Inspired by Stamping Design Team had some gorgeous sneak peaks for you and today you can 
actually go to the Inspired By Stamping Store
buy the sets and make your own gorgeous projects. 
Today is the last day of the hop, don't forget to visit the
 girls from the design team and leave a comment on the
Inspired By Stamping blog, because Joanna will be giving away an awesome prize to one lucky winner!!
$40 gift certificate to the Inspired By Stamping Store
A package of your choice of flowers!
Plus free shipping!

For this last day I made a layout 
about my Mom and her Aunt Merin.
A while back I raided my Abuela's photo albums 
and I took lots of photos to make copies.
I love these type of old school pictures.

Thank God for my mom who puts the date, place and everything except social security number behind her photos.
 I used Authentique Alpha Stickers for the date. 
I stamped these birdcages form the 
Sweet Aviary Set on patterned paper. 
The flowers are from the Inspired By Stamping Store
 Available now ;o) 

This tag is from a Studio G Tag Pad and 
I added some Twine from Trendy Twine.
Next to the tag I added a Rub On from My Mind's Eye 
and on top of the 7 I used a Bubble Cap. 

For the title I used American Crafts Thickers, 
Authentique and K & Company Alphas.
The wing is Rub On but funny story haha...not. 
Last time I used them when I put them in their package they were backwards so they stuck to the package and I almost cried because I really wanted to use them. Then I realized that I could just cut them of the package and that is what I did and all the wings of this layout are from that set. Next to the date I used a Bubble Cap from Epiphany Crafts.

The swirl under the title and the word Priceless 
are also Rub Ons from My Mind's Eye. 

My favorite flower next to my favorite birdcage :o)  

On the birdcage I used a Bubble Cap 
with a Bird from a Prima Paper Scrap.
The pink flower is two Medium Daisies Available at 
Inspired By Stamping but I misted the flower with homemade mist and on the center I used a button. 
I also used more Twine from Trendy Twine. 

Don't miss out the fun and visit 
the rest of the talented design team.
Remember to get your stamps at the website!! 
Supply List:
Patterned Papers: Colorbok and, Studio G Tag Pad.
Adhesives: Tombow's Mono Multi Glue, 
Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue,
 Tombow Foam Tabs, Tombow Fastener Tabs and, 
Tombow Stamp Runner Dot Adhesive.
Ink: Memento and Distress Inks. 
Alpha Stickers: Thickers from American Crafts,
 K & Company and, Authentique.
Tool: Epiphany Crafts Round Tool #14 and Bubble Caps
Rub Ons: My Mind's Eye
Sakura White Gelly Pen (Doodling) and Sharpie Pens.
Stamp Set: Sweet Aviary
Flowers: Inspired By Stamping Store
Twine: Trendy Twine
Others: Homemade Mist, Staple, Eyelet and, Button.

I hope you like my project and don't forget 
to visit the rest of the girls!!
Take Care!!

6 lovely comments:

~ Kendra ~ said...

Beautiful layout, love all the details!!

Clare D. said...

Those bird cages are fabulous and I needed a quote for a bird cage page! Now, I have one! Thanks for the chance to win! cjdempsey9 at msn dot com

Deb Hickman said...

Fab LO, love how you used the bird cages.xxx

Trisha said...

What an amazing layout. You are so very lucky to have these photos and you certainly documented them beautifully. Love the bird cages and everything else. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Cindy said...

WOW your layout is sooo BEAUTIFUL!AMAZING job with all the great details!:)

Bernadet Rodakowski said...

Wow! Is this an awesome layout or what? There's SO much detail! It all came together so beautifully. But I must say, my favorites are the "vintage" pictures of your family. I'm a sucker for vintage photography! Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind words!
Bernadet

P.S. I'm serious about the photo archive thing. If you're interested, here's a recent post with some family photos dating back to 1940.
http://bernadetscraftblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/i-love-decorating-with-photographs.html
Happy scrappin'