Saturday, December 7, 2013

Bridal Shower

I'm slowly working my way through all my spring pictures. Normally I'm not this far behind, but it was a busy fall, and I didn't spend much time playing in my scrap loft. Back at the start of April, I helped throw a bridal shower for my cousin's fiancee.

 This paper was from the MME line Miss Caroline. I love the turquoise with the chevrons and hexagons. I seem to love everything MME comes out with lately.
 I used the CK Ali's Handwriting font with my Silhouette to cut the title.The welding feature is pretty cool, but you have to be careful picking it up, since I ripped it a bunch.
 I got these cute little three down page protectors at Joanns. They are from We R Memory Keepers, and they are the perfect addition when you don't want to do a whole 12x12 series. They fit right in the middle of my two pages in the album!
 I experimented around with adding ink to my Studio Calico Veneers. They match the page really well.
 These mini cheesecakes are a work of art in themselves. I made all the little chocolate flowers and piped the chocolate onto each individual cheesecake.
 I made two of my own journaling cards to go with the page. I realized I only had one picture of the bride when I finished the page. The cute little girls dressing up like the bride stole the show.
And we had a random beautiful sunset on a frigid Sunday!


  1. A very pretty layout! I, too, love scrapping with MME and really like the "Miss Caroline"....great choice for the baby shower! Great job with the page protectors, a good way to add more photos without adding pages. Good to hear that you are finally using your Silhouette, makes a pretty title! I still haven't taken mine out of the box.....will tell why later. Very pretty sunset photo!

  2. I'm loving everything MME's lately, too. Miss Caroline is one of my favorites! Love all the layouts, and the three-up page protectors are great! Glad you are using your Silhouette . . . and I know what you mean about tearing those little lines. But you can't tell in your layout--the title turned out great!