Tuesday, October 9, 2012

1st Salon Haircut *The ScrapRoom*

 The Flavor of the Month kit from The ScrapRoom, is full of awesomeness! This layout uses the Persnickety line by Lily Bee Design. Each design has the very trendy chevron pattern on the "B" side in a coordinating color! Perfect for any project. 

Mimi was thrilled to have 1st salon haircut last year. I think the stylist thought I was crazy...but that's not the first time I've gotten those looks :) You can see how much she has changed by looking at the photos in this previous post. She has contacts now and her braces came off in October of last year.

The "Recipe Card" (step by step instructions) are available at The ScrapRoom if you are a subscriber. Each month our designers create a recipe card with one of the kits available!

Fussy cut the "You" banner from the index journaling card, slid the rest of card behind photo and then added the "You" on top with foam squares.


So easy to draw lines for journaling. No trips to the computer or preplanning involved, just the way I like it!

Used spray ink to color the "Terrific" and backed with dark paper.

Fussy cut the embellishments ( they look like the Wedding Ring quilt pattern) added a threaded button and foam squares.

My Dad came through surgery without problems but in a lot of pain. He has an incision from just below his elbow to his armpit and a catheter stitched to his chest on the other side to get dialysis from until the new fistula is ready. Spending lots of time helping him get around as he isn't suppose to put pressure on either side or lift anything bigger than 5lbs.

On a happy note...Matthew was nominated as a Homecoming Prince candidate. His picture was on the school Facebook page and will be in the local paper. Unfortunately it looks like a mug shot!

Thanks for stopping by :)


csewy-csescrap13 said...

Awesome layout! I love your design and the b&w photos! Great job with the kit and fussy cutting the banner! Love it, wow! Love the haircut!

Ashley Horton said...

Amazing double, Beth!! Love the focal photo and the grid you created for your other pics! Great job with the b&w photos...they look awesome with these papers and patterns! She has definitely changed a lot in just one year!! :)