First off I have to say a big "happy birthday!" to my adorable niece Lexie, who turns four today and is pictured here with her three brothers (she's the far left). All the little G's are cute, but the little girl version of my brother, with big blue eyes and a halo of pale gold curls, is absolutely irresistible! That's them below, when Lexie was brand new.
This is the scrapbook page and Scallop Envelope tote that we made at my February downline meeting. You remember the tote from an earlier post--so refer to that for instructions. This was just a Riding Hood Red and Confetti Cream version of that--but they had to supply their own candy, because I ATE all the ones intended for their use! Yikes!!!
Who says pink and red don't go together? Not my five year old for sure! And in February, all bets are off. especially when it's Pink Pirouette and Riding Hood Red... those two are yummy! I don't know how SU does it, but they are the PERFECT shades/hues to complement each other. So you know where this is going... if you've got one, you really need the other.
The scrapbook page was born out of more of those leftover strips of DSP. I seem to have a lot of those! But this shows you how a little DSP can go a long way towards making a page pop. The new Eyelet Border punch was the perfect accent to go with the Bella Rose gingham pattern. You can't see too well in the photo, but there's tiny hearts from the Love You Much set stamped all over the Naturals White background in Pink Pirouette. Add some punches popped up with dimensionals, and the result is cute and quick.