Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Dragonslayer *Out for Publication* :)

Isn't this castle the cutest?! It's from the "Wrap It Up" Cricut cartridge. There are several icons on this cartridge that I knew I would use and this was one of them. There is also a pirate ship, gingerbread house and baby carriage. Watch for them in the future :)


Marquee in background is from "Storybook".


there are 4 layers to the castle, I popped the salmon colored one and inked the edges of all.


and all paper is Echo Park. American Girl by EK Success flowers and Doodlebug brads.


Can't get enough of the banner from "Stand and Salute"! Older American craft Thickers.


I love these pictures the most because they are actually getting along! Dress up used to be their favorite thing to play. All their Halloween costumes and any other props I could find were kept in a big Rubbermaid box in the closet. They would pull them out and put the wildest combos together. Mimi got the biggest kick out of chasing Matthew around the house with that sword, go figure. I wish I'd taken more photos when they were little...probably a common lament among newer scrapbookers.

The weather is lovely, sunny, 60 and a little windy. Spring is on it's way, YAY! Definitely going outside for a while today. Thanks for stopping by!



7 comments:

Norma Gomez said...

beautiful!

Norma G.
www.lilhoneybeestudios.blogspot.com

Moongirl said...

Oh, my goodness, I love this LO!!! It is possibly to cutest one I've seen!

Jennifer DeWolfe said...

Love It! That castle is awesome! I haven't look at that cart so I will have to now :) Thanks for sharing!

Ashley Horton said...

Totally adorable Beth!! You always do such an amazing job on the Cricut die cuts and putting them together!! This is such a fun, fun page!

csewy said...

Awesome!!! I love the Cricut castle, so very cute!!

BabyBokChoy said...

You are seriously absolutely INSPIRATIONAL when it comes to using everyday photos! I'm always SO SO impressed and so in awe when I see your pages, SUCH confidence in using everyday indoor photos!! Please send some of that confidence over. and you know what, I HAVE that cartridge, never in a million year would i have thought to use that cut like this!!!!!!!!!!! you are my hero!!!!!!! submit this to cricut magazine, it will be snatched up in a 3924783th millisecond!!!!

Linda said...

Super cute layout, Beth! You did a fantastic job creating the castle!