Saturday, July 10, 2010

A cute layout of my son

Yesterday, as I was in the middle of deadlines, projects and other things.
I took a little break to create a layout.
These are some photos I have been holding onto for a while, I was just waiting for the perfect paper.  Red and yellow is my favorite combination, so this came together fairly easy.  While I was creating this layout, I was getting a little sentimental on how much Jacob has grown.  Also, how much I miss Charleston, South Carolina.  I scrapbook when I feel it.  Sometimes making a page takes far too long, and that normally happens to me when I am forcing things to work.  So now my approach is to be inspired and then start.  Sometimes, well a lot of times I am inspired from paper, other times it is from shopping, the way things are labeled and branded I find really cool.  I also keep things simple, and I want there to be a nice flow.  
I hope you all are having a wonderful Saturday and staying cool!


Materials used:
American Crafts Abode pattern paper
American Crafts Dear Lizzy Puffy alphas thickers
American Crafts Dear Lizzy embellishment
American Crafts Botanique rub on
American Crafts Remarks Alphabet
American Crafts Letterbox pattern paper
Spellbinders S4-116 Standard circles small

5 comments:

asela said...

Beautiful layout! How sweet

Geny (Mommy Geny) said...

Such a great layout and what a cutie!!

Sharon -- The OKI Stampqueen said...

Very nice! I totally cased your layout and used it for my hubby's belated birthday card! Thank you for sharing!

Stamper for fun said...

Wow what a great layout. I have not been scrapping in ages (like a year) but your layout has really inspired me. Thanks so much.

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Latisha, I've been gone too long from your blog and I forgot all the wonderful inspiration you give in all your creations! Wish I could find time to leave a comment on all, but know that I think everything you do is over the top amazing! Love this bright clean page along with everything you do!

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