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May 7, 2012

1st Mother's Day

Good Morning!

This is Jen from 3 Cats and a Bug. I am so excited today is my day to post here at The Bugbytes!

I decided to make a two page layout for Bentlee's Mom for her first Mother's Day. I used several different cartridges for this layout. I wanted to use the floral circle from Mother's Day 2010 cartridge, so I started with that cut @ 11.5. I cut it in 3 different layers using my gypsy. The bottom layer was in green and I used the hide contour to hide the small flowers around the edge. The second layer was blue, which I left alone. The top layer I hid all the lines except for the flowers, which I cut from yellow, green and blue patterned paper. I wanted the circle on both pages, so once I figured out where, I cut it in two.

I saved the leftover from those cuts.

I used my Viva Decor Pearl Pen and added purple dots around the edge. I added some flower gems to the larger flower cut outs and smaller pearl dots to the small flowers.

The next thing I needed was a frame for the picture. I used a frame from Mother's Day 2010, cut @ 6.8 and hid the inside cut. From lacy labels I took the butterfly oval, cut @ 4 and welded it into the MD frame. I also cut the same oval to layer on the frame in a darker blue.

I added the picture to the frame, adjusting it how I wanted it to sit, and then flipped it over and taped the picture down. (The picture is of the new family, my Son, his GF and my 1st brand new Grandson. Bentlee was about 1 hour old. Such an awesome day!!)

I love decorating my cuts. To the layer on the frame I added "stitching" with a white gel pen. I used some Stickles to the butterfly and when that dried I added glossy accents, although it really doesn't show up well in the picture. I used 4 of the bigger flowers from the circle leftovers and added green brads to it. I inked the edges of the frame in blue chaulk.

I cut out "Happy Mother's Day" from Mother's Day 2010 @ 5.

I used my white gel pen to decorate it.

I cut out an image of Mom and child from A Child's Year @ 6. I will admit I messed them up when laying everything out to cut. I had meant for the dark blue to be the shadow. When I realized what I did, I put them together anyways and actually liked how they looked, so I didn't fix it. :)

I cut out the purple swirls from Lovely Floral @ 3. I added pink liquid pearls to the flowers.

This is the first page,

and the second page,

and the two of them together.

Thanks for looking!


CathyinMN said...

Beautiful layout! tFS!

LisaB said...

Love how you created the page with just one picture. That is something that I struggle with. Thanks for the inspiration.

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Beatiful. Love the detail cut and what a precious memory this is. TFS

papillon digital design said...

This is such a beautiul layout. Looks so whimsical. TFS

Michelle said...

What a precious LO. TFS.

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

Beautiful LO! You're right, the mother and child silhouette looks better with the darker blue inside the shadow. Love all the little details.

Audrey Frelx said...

Jen, I'm very impressed!!! What a beautiful-beautiful job you did!!!

dane said...

c' est fabuleux très beau a la fois que de talents biz dane

Jennifer Stutzman said...

I loved how you saved the extras!! :) good job using lacy labels..its one of my favorites!

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