I had a workshop yesterday for a dear friend that always likes me to show a scrapbook page. Oh darn....I actually get a page done! I wanted to do a page that had patterned paper, stamping, sticky letters, and rubons. Here you go! I have a hard time coming up with a page without pictures so I printed out these beautiful pictures of my sweet neice Quincie. I'm sure I showed at least one of these before after my Arizona trip last fall. She really is sweet!
For the base, I used a sheet of Chocolate chip that I stamped with the dotted circles from So Much. I used white craft to compliment the white dotted flowers in the patterned paper. The patterned paper is from the Berry Bliss collection...my new favorite! I trimmed it down to 10 x 10 and added some punched corner tabs also made from chocolate chip. The brads in the corners are pretty in pink. I used the S from my sticky letters on pretty in pink cardstock and dumped some (less than currenct) fusia glitter over that. It is so cool how it sticks so quick and clean! The rest of "sweet' is stamped with the Big Idea alpha in chocolate chip.
If you look close, you can see a few rubon here and there. On the lower right picture in the lower right corner there is a flower and also on this close up of Quincie's sweet little toes. One thing I love about rubons is how they can go over the seams of layers without losing their lines. Does that make sense?
Have a sweet day!