Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Bella Blvd Squueze the Day Mini Album

The brand new Bella Blvd Squeeze the Day collection is just so much fun I could not wait to create with it! The collection is perfect for documenting any of life's sweet moments! And what better way to document some sweet treats and sweet family vacation days than with the Squeeze the Day collection!? Here I created a few 6 inch pages that is the start of a vacation mini album! Seriously, how cute is that fruit?!?
I started with a half sheet of the brand new Gulf Graph and Dot patterned paper and die cut out the background design using the Bella Blvd Rainbow cut file. I then used my favorite Squeeze the Day patterned papers to back the rainbow. I thought the rainbow was perfect for documenting our picture in front of the castle at the Magic Kingdom! I then embellished my photo with adorable Doohickey Stickers and Ephemera Icons pieces. 
 I then used a couple Ephemera Word pieces and Ephemera Icons pieces to embellish the rainbow design. I am in love with the mix of hearts, stripes, and fruit in this collection!
I love that the Squeeze the Day collection is so colorful, but has some black elements as well. I think the black really makes the colors in this collection pop! And aren't those little black hand drawn seeds just the cutest?!
Squeeze the Day is also perfect for documenting our pineapple flavored ice cream treats! On this mini album page, I used the adorable Bella Blvd Pineapples cut file to create this sweet pineapple embellishment. I added a few stitches of black embroidery floss for a little added texture.
I can not get enough of the sweet Ephemera Icons fruit pieces, can you?
Thanks for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to grab the Squeeze the Day collection to document your next SWEET adventure! 





Sunday, July 14, 2019

Hangin' Out layout with Doodlebug Design

I am having so much fun creating rainbow background designs on my layouts lately! The Doodlebug Designs Petite Prints patterned papers come in so many colors, creating a rainbow effect with them is super easy! I also used the So Much Pun collection because all of the adorable food icons are perfect for documenting the snacks my husband and I enjoyed at the county fair last year!

I started by creating a circular background design in my diecut machine software and then used white cardstock to cut it out. I then used a fun assortment of Dot-Stripe Petite Prints patterned papers to back the white cardstock diagonally from the top left corner to the bottom right corner. Can you name the 5 Doodlebug colors I used? I started with Citrus, then used Bumblebee, then Ladybug, then Bubblegum, and then finished with Pistachio. 

I embellished the top left corner by adding coordinating green embellishments. I used Mini Icon stickers, Odds & Ends die cuts, and word stickers from the 12x12 This & That Sticker Sheet. And isn't that sloth Doodlepop just the cutest?! I love the extra dimension it adds to the page! 

I finished the rest of the layout by adding a rainbow of color coordinated embellishments! The Doodlebug embellishments come in a big variety of colors, so finding matching stickers and such was a breeze! Along with the stickers and Odds & Ends pieces, I also added the adorable Jelly Clip cupcake.  And again, how fun is that gumball machine Doodlepop?!? 

Thank you for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to document your next food adventure using the Petite Prints Papers and the So Much Pun collection! 

Doodlebug Design Supplies Used:
Dot-Stripe Petite Prints Patterned Paper: Citrus, Bumblebee, Ladybug, Bubblegum, Pistachio
So Much Pun Collection Odds & Ends
So Much Pun Collection This & That Sticker Sheet
So Much Pun So Sweet Jelly Clips 
So Much Pun Doodlepops: Gum-Believable and Hang in There 
So Much Pun Mini Icon Stickers


Friday, June 28, 2019

Disney Love layout

My favorite scrapbook technique lately has been creating a colorful background on my layouts. The Doodlebug Petite Prints Patterned Papers come in so many colors and are perfect for helping me achieve a rainbow effect! On this layout, I also added some coordinating pieces from the adorable French Kiss collection
I started by using the heart from the Doodlebug Lucky Shapes cut file set to cut out a heart design on my white cardstock background. I then used foam adhesive to adhere my four favorite colors of Petite Prints Dot-Stripe Patterned Papers to the back. I then used coordinating Petite Prints Floral-Graph Patterned Papers and the Bella Blvd Florence Alphabet cut file to cut out matching letters. 
I used the fun Abigail Alphabet Stickers in Beetle to start the title and lots of French Kiss Odds & Ends die cut shapes to embellish my layout. I created the little mouse heads in the die cut software by welding together 3 'O' letters from the Bella Blvd Florence cut file. The little flower Shape Sprinkles add the perfect finishing touch. 
No theme park themed scrapbooking supplies? No problem! You can use your favorite general themed patterned papers (think Petite Prints!) and embellishments from your favorite Doodlebug collections (think French Kiss)!
Thanks for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to use general themed products to create a fabulous themed layout! 

Doodlebug Design Supplies Used:
Petite Prints Dot-Stripe Patterned Papers: Cupcake, Lemon, Pistachio, Cherry
Petite Prints Floral-Graph Patterned Papers: Ladybug, Swimming Pool, Bumblebee, Bubblegum, Beetle
French Kiss collection: Odds & Ends, This & That Stickers, Shape Sprinkles, Les Fleurs Patterned Paper
Abigail Alphabet Stickers - Beetle 
Doodlebug Design Lucky Shapes Cut File Set

Other:
Bella Blvd Florence Alphabet Cut File



Saturday, June 22, 2019

July 4 Layout with Bella Blvd!

I love the combination of red, white, and blue so I couldn't wait to make a layout using the patriotic new Bella Blvd Fireworks and Freedom collection! Also, Bella Blvd has a lot of new cut files in the Silhouette Online Design store I couldn't wait to use - including the awesome Bella Blvd firework cut file I used on this layout! I love how this layout of my niece enjoying some sparklers last year turned out and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! 
I used my favorite blue and red papers from the collection and the Bella Blvd Firework cut file to create the main fireworks design on my page. I used red embroidery floss to add a fun texture. And aren't the Patriotic Acrylic Star Shapes just the perfect accent pieces coming out of the fireworks display! I also embellished the fireworks display with Icon Chipboard Stickers, Ephemera Word pieces, and the enamel dots that come in the Heart Hugs packs.
I added another firework Ephemera Icons piece coming out of the main display. And then I layered the patriotic heart shaped Ephemera Icons piece over the United States die cut. A red Acrylic Star Shaped piece adds even more fun! 
I used the super cool 'July' Chipboard piece for the title. I used the new and super fun Bella Blvd Florence alphabet (numbers included too) cut file to create the large number 4, which I layered over ephemera pieces. The Blueberry colored Florence alphabet stickers were used to document the year. 
Thanks for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to use the new Bella Blvd Fireworks and Freedom and cut files on your next layout!
Fireworks and Freedom - Daily Details Patterned Paper
Fireworks and Freedom - Juicy Fruits Patterned Paper
Fireworks and Freedom - Love the USA Patterned Paper
Fireworks and Freedom - Patriotic Patterned Paper
Fireworks and Freedom - Truck Parade Patterned Paper
Fireworks and Freedom - Doohickey 12x12 Stickers
Fireworks and Freedom - Ephemera Icons and Ephemera Words
Fireworks and Freedom - Icons Chipboard Stickers
Fireworks and Freedom - Patriotic Stars Acrylic Shapes
Heart Hugs - Wild Berry, Rainy Day, Give Thanks
Florence Alphabet Stickers - Blueberry
Bella Blvd Firework Cut File
Bella Blvd Florence Alphabet Cut File






Monday, June 17, 2019

You Color My World layout

Do you ever want to create a rainbow design on your layout, but don't have the time to cut out all of the arches in various colors? Well, rainbow stripe patterned paper to the rescue! It still gives you all the colors and fun that a die cut rainbow would, but is a little easier to create! I also used the Doodlebug Design Lots O' Luck collection on this layout, which was perfect for documenting the picture of my niece and her colorful stuffed bear. 

I first started by opening  the Doodlebug Design rainbow with Clouds cut file and welding the rainbow together in my cut file software. I then used the Rainbows End patterned paper to cut out one large rainbow. I used the multicolor rainbow chevron stickers from the This & That Sticker Sheet and heart Mini Icons stickers to create a fun design above the rainbow. 

I embellished my photo with Odds & Ends pieces, This & That stickers, and Sprinkles round enamel dot stickers! 

I then used the Doodlebug Design Rainbow with Clouds cut file to cut out the cloud and added journaling to it. I embellished my journaling space with more Odds & Ends pieces (my favorite in case you haven't noticed!), Mini Icons Stickers, and more Blue Jean Assortment Sprinkles. I love that the Sprinkles can be used to add little colorful accents around a layout! 

Thank you for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to use rainbow stripe patterned paper to make a bold statement on your next layout! 

Doodlebug Design Products Used
Lots O' Luck - Rainbows End Patterned Paper
Lots O' Luck - Lots O' Luck Patterned Paper
Lots O' Luck - Irish Lad Patterned Paper
Lots O' Luck - Odds & Ends
Lots O' Luck- This & That Stickers
Lots O' Luck - Mini Icons Stickers
Sprinkles - Blue Jean Assortment
Doodlebug Design Rainbow with Clouds Cut File


Saturday, June 8, 2019

Sweet Girl Layout

I couldn't wait to use the Doodlebug Design French Kiss collection again because it is just so very sweet! Sure it has some Valentine's Day pieces, but it has so many other general themed elements! Here I used the collection to document my sweet little senior pooch. I used the Doodlebug Simply Spring Flower Wreath cut file to create the fun and colorful background design on my page.

I used the Simply Spring Flower Wreath cut file to die cut the wreath out of white cardstock. I used the French Kiss 6x6 paper pad and Citrus colored Textured Cardstock to back the die cut shape with lots of colorful papers. I embellished the wreath with Chocolate Box Shape Sprinkles, Mini Icon Stickers, and Odds & Ends pieces adhered with foam adhesive. I then adhered the wreath to a sheet of Petite Prints Patterned Paper in Swimming Pool. I used more Odds & Ends pieces (my fav!) and Shape Sprinkles to embellish the photo of my pooch and I.

I used the 'SWEET' Odds & Ends die cut piece for the first half of my title. I used my die cut machine and French Kiss 6x6 Paper Pad to cut out the rest. I added a little strip of the adorable Special Delivery Washi Tape under the word SWEET to add a little color to the bottom of my page. And, of course, I had to use the little doggie Odds & Ends piece! 

Thank you for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to use the French Kiss collection and Doodlebug Design cut files on your next layout! 

Doodlebug Design Products Used
French Kiss 6x6 Paper Pad
French Kiss Odds & Ends 
French Kiss Mini Icon Stickers
Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Swimming Pool
Shape Sprinkles - Chocolate Box
Shape Sprinkles - Baby Hearts
Washi Tape - Special Delivery 
Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Swimming Pool
Simply Spring Flower Wreath Cut File


Saturday, May 25, 2019

Hello Sugar Happy Spring layout

A rainbow of Doodlebug Design colors from Bubblegum pink to Grasshopper green? Yes, please! I easily created this cool rainbow background using the cloud from the Doodlebug Rainbow with Clouds cut file and lots of Dot-Stripe Petite Prints patterned papers. I also used fun elements from the So Much Pun and Simply Spring collections. I love that all of the Doodlebug Design collections mix and match so well! 

To add interest to my cloud background, I used the Stone Gray Dot-Stripe Petite Prints patterned paper to cut out a second 'background'. I then adhered this to the backside of my white background (shifted up slightly) to give the clouds a gray bottom. I then placed my cloud background over 1 inch strips of the Petite Prints patterned papers in a rainbow of colors from Bubblegum to Grasshopper! I used So Much Pun Odds & Ends pieces to embellish my photo. I don't know what's more yummy...the ice cream cone in my picture or the rainbow effect background! What do you think?!

I embellished my second photo with Odds & Ends pieces from the Simply Spring (title words) and the So Much Pun (plants and the sun) collections!  I love adding a couple of the Doodlebug Sprinkles around my page. 

Thank you for joining me today! I hope I have inspired you to create a Doodlebug Design rainbow effect on your next layout! 

Doodlebug Design Products Used
Dot-Stripe Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Bubblegum
Dot-Stripe Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Limeade
Dot-Stripe Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Bumblebee
Dot-Stripe Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Cherry
Dot-Stripe Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Mandarin
Dot-Stripe Petite Prints Patterned Paper - Ruby
So Much Pun - Odds & Ends
So Much Pun - Dots of Fun Patterned Paper
So Much Pun - This & That Stickers
Sprinkles - Dino-mite
Doodlebug Design Rainbow with Clouds cut file