This template is from a blog I found called SquarePeg. I love how the page turned out. I don't usually do intro. pages for my scrapbooks but was forced into it to make the pages I made fit, I do both 1 page and 2 page LOs. I've made 25 other pages but won't post them all. :)
I am so sad that I missed my crop so I decided to join them virtually, hehe. I saw this challenge and decided to take the plunge and join one. I think this embossing technique is amazing. And I can't believe how E-A-S-Y it was to do, gotta love SBC+! The frame is a CM digifreebie and the word art is from the Cottage Garden kit. I will say that the full resolution version is a lot more impressive than the low-res version I uploaded here. I'm really curious how this will print out in 12x12.
I mean, I might as well! Look at this digicard I made with SBC+. I did everything I'd do with paper but no mess, no cleanup. I even "rubber stamped" the word art and "edge punched" the purple mat. The only thing I didn't do was tie the bow, haha. Fun stuff!! I used the CM Delight kit and I can't remember which kit "thankful" is from.
Here's some interesting information I learned from child psychologist, Dr. Ken Condrell. Dr. Condrell specializes in helping children recover from depression and trauma. He says, “ALL children, no matter if they have stress in their life or not, need to have strong self-esteem. And viewing family photo albums with children emphasizes what is right about a child’s life and shows children that the bad stuff is temporary. Pictures and stories offer proof of how they are loved. Everyone, no matter their age, needs photo albums to build their self-esteem and give them hope.”
My name is Kelley. When I get a little time to myself, I like to craft. I enjoy scrapbooking, stamping and knitting. I usually have several projects going on at once. I enjoy the blogging world because there are so many great sources of inspiration right at my fingertips.