Thursday, September 17, 2009

Guest Designer...

I posted a link earlier, but I wanted to share some of my work as October Afternoon's guest designer this month.
I've been a huuuge fan for quite some time (aren't we all?! :).. I was asked last June, and was so very thrilled and excited for the opportunity! I truly had to lift my jaw back up... lol

I have been saving this footprint of Isaiah's since day one. I just couldn't ever find the right moment to scrap it, and I'm glad I waited, since I think Ducks in a row was the perfect line for such a cute little print :) Our hospital did it for me, and I'm so thankful since I probably wouldn't have remembered myself.

Click on it to see it a bit bigger.

Cardstock: Bazzill Basics
Patterned Paper: October Afternoon
Alpha Stickers: October Afternoon
Label Stickers: October Afternoon
Journaling Card: October Afternoon
Stamps: October Afternoon
Buttons: Unknown

Pearls: Basic Grey

Next is a card done with the same line.

Patterned Paper: October Afternoon
Journaling Card: October Afternoon
Stickers: October Afternoon
DieCut: October Afternoon
Pearls: Kaiser Crafts

Thanks for looking!! I'll post the rest when I get another chance....
Things have been busy here with School starting this week, soccer, swimming, dentist appointments, etc. :)


Brooke said...

Love your work! I've been following along on the October Afternoon blog too.

Scrapbooking money doesn't really fall into our budget, but the Ducks In A Row line I had to get for baby layouts of my son. Thank goodness for the credit card! Shhh.

~dawne said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your work girl. So deserving of a GDesigner spot. You really show case their product well!!

PaperTree Designs said...

These are both super cute. Love the little ducky! ;-)

Amanda Profumo said...

Both creations are beautiful! I love your layout!

roree said...

Gorgeous projects, Laura! Congrats on guesting at OA!

Sandra MacLean said...

Awwww! Cute, cute cute!! Check out what I saw this morning...


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