What is PAW-sitively adorable that you’re going to want for your craft room? The Paw Punch! Combine this punch and the Best in Show collection and you have a start to an awesome layout for your four-legged family members! Let’s check out a layout that uses them together…
All you pet lovers out there – have you seen the new Best in Show pet collection that just launched today?! To celebrate all the spunky, silly and downright adorable things our four-legged family members do, today we’re putting our paws together to create a layout that’ll work for cats and fur babies of all kind (just switch out the cat papers and stickers for another Best in Show paper and sticker of your choice). So… who is excited to check out this layout? Let’s go!
Scrapbook papers and embellishments have personalities, and Bee Mine is energizing! If you’ve been feeling a little rundown after the hustle and bustle of the holidays, get your hands on the Bee Mine collection and you’ll feel ready to create an entire album. When Melissa designed this fun Arrow Border Layout, I had to give it a try. I loved the way that she used three different colors of cardstock behind each arrow in the border design.
Oh how we love our pets and they deserve scrapbook pages too! Fur Buddies Digital Kit is perfect for designing pages with pet photos. We never want to forget how much love and comfort they bring to our lives and capturing those memories is so important. Sometimes we don’t have our pets very long so these are treasured photos.
I did not grow up with any pets. Well, a parakeet. Does that count?
Unfortunately, I grew up with asthma and allergies, which meant no extra dander in the house. It made me sad to not be able to even pet the neighbor’s dogs or cats. I had no idea what I was missing out on until I outgrew the allergies and asthma in my adult years.
My boys begged and begged for a furry friend.
When I saw the new Paw Print Border Maker Cartridge and Fur Buddies Paper and Stickers, I immediately envisioned the page that I wanted to make for this blog post. Lately, I’ve been a little obsessed with using jumbo hearts in a variety of ways. And today I’m going to share with you a technique that I enjoyed teaching to the attendees at my recent weekend retreat.