Saturday, November 9, 2013

Today Is The Day - thanksgiving blessing

Here is page two of my double page layouts using the Heidi Grace paper for my Thanksgiving layout. Jenni Bowlins kits had a few of the tickets which I am using a printable set for this layout.  Her kit also had some mini envelopes and I'm just cutting my own as I want them.  This is a really quick cut, fold and paste type of envelope I don't the Cricut or Silhouette to cut them out.  I just keep my template handy.

I cut the journaling spot down so that it is just the "Today is the Day" with my journaling underneath it. 

A hand cut banner, doily, pre-made flower and the mini envelope with a "family" ticket coming out of the envelope finish off my page. The white outline banner is left over from another project.

I have set my pictures aside for Thanksgiving for the time being.  I did use all of this paper up so I will be pulling something else out to scrap layouts for my self.  It was old paper and I think I only bought two sheets of it at the time. 

Thanks for stopping by.
Counterfeit Kit Challenge - November
4 - 12 x 12 layouts
4 - 8 1/2 x 11 layouts
1 - Altered project
1 - Mini Album (have to wait to see it on the blog hop, November 24th)

Recipe: Cardstock: Heidi Grace - Harvest Row "Floral"; Added to kit: Recollections - Dark Brown cardstock; Unknown Tan for Photo mats, white for banner and orange for banner and mini envelope
Ink: Inkadinkadoo - burgundy
Printable: Chic Tags - Today is the day; Tickets -
Punch: Stampin' Up - Corner Rounder
Sticker sayings - Tim Holts - Chit Chat Seasonal
Misc.: Pre - made flowers from my stash, 4 1/2" Doily, mini envelope template, adhesive, pop up dots, zots and scissors, Banner outline cut with the Silhouette



Tina Campbell said...

This is super cute Cindy

LCSmithSAVED said...

Another one ready for the books! Tough when the page tries to make itself :~)

LCSmithSAVED said...

Love the mini-envelope

petrii said...

I love the little envelope. SO sweet!!

Lisa said...

the little doily, banner, envelope cluster at the bottom is super cute and this will be a lovely thanksgiving page!