Sunday, June 7, 2015

Lake Mead Dinner Cruise

I had a some free time so I pulled out my June Counterfeit Kit - Way Out West and got a couple of layouts done.

I started with those 3 unknown papers that have the bold big flowers on them for my layouts to make some double page layouts.

While we were in Las Vegas we booked a Dinner Cruise on Lake Mead.  It took us right to the other side of Hoover Dam and back. The sunset was awesome and we enjoyed ourselves.

As I was checking out what has been happening with the Monthly Link at Counterfeit Kit Challenge,
Mandysea has a link to the Acme labelMaker, so I used that for my title.  I turned it into a tag with a little bit of ribbon and a staple on the end.

I took a picture of out dinner menu and our seating place card and added them to this page.  I added ribbon behind the flowers instead of leaves and onto the paperclip.

Here is the layout for my oldest.

I used different background paper and a green and yellow cardstock on this one.  I should have printed the title out onto a tan but I already had it glued down so it stays. 

I changed the colors of the flowers and ribbons for this layout.

For my youngest I kept the pictures the same size and added another page for his 8 1/2x11 album.  The pictures were already printed, I had not resized them, so I needed another page.

I pulled the row with the title and pictue of the sunset so that is now the title page of the next two layouts. I used the scraps from the other two pages to make this one.

I kept this set of pictures the same.

Thanks for stopping by.

June 2015 Counterfeit Kit - Way Out West
4 - 12x12 Layouts
3 - 8 1/2 x 11 Layouts

Paper: June 2015 Counterfeit Kit - Way Out West: 3 unknown Pattern papers and tan paper, DCWV: Chalkboard Stack - Blue and Green; Textured Cardstock: tan and pink; White Cardstock: Recollections: Green, yellow, dark yellow and tan Cardstock.
Ink: Colorbox Chalk - Creamy Brown
Punch: Martha Stewart - Cherish, 1/8" hole punch
Die: Echo Park paper - file tab dies
Misc.: Adhesive, DIY flowers and enamel dots, labels, mini stapler, paper clips, ribbon and Zots


Susan said...

You've been very busy! That bold paper looks great used in a wide stripe and a block like you did. And I like that you've got pictures of the menu and the place card - those are little details that are often forgotten.

Tina Campbell said...

Super cute layout and looks like it was a fun evening :) Love the pennants that you added to the layout as well as all the little bits that you added to it too.

Julene Matthews said...

These look very sweet. I love those wide stripes, so bold. Great that you can keep the menu etc. Gorgeous sunset too.

Margie said...

Great layouts, and I love your gorgeous photos!