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I have been papercrafting for over 10 years now. I love Stamping, Scrapbooking, Altered Items, and basically ALL Papercrafts. By day, I design packaging for pharmaceuticals. By night, I am a coach for Fun Stampers Journey and I love to stamp into the wee hours.
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Monday, November 30, 2009
Scrapbook Class

I recently taught a "baby scrapbook" class in my home. We had a lot of fun and everyone's book turned out so GREAT! I gave them access to my Cricut, punches, and some basic embellishments. I also had a few stamp sets specific for "babies" for them to use. They all brought their pictures and put their own little personal touch to their creations. I had pink ones for the girls and blue ones for the boys.

My "sample" album was made for my brother and his wife for their daughter Emma.


I used a retired album from TAC for everyone's base book. It was a nice 6 x 6 size and had 20 pages to fill up! For the Cover we used Cricut letters and a Bazzill Ribbon.

For the "mom" I used one of last year's GWPs and also used the mom with the baby from Special Delivery and colored her with Copics. All ink used in the girl albums was Palette Claret or Black Memento. (boys used Beaux Arts Blue). All of the main paper was this pink and white polka dot - easily cut 5 sheets of 12 x 12 down to make the entire book!

Used circle and scalloped circle punches as well as Fiskar's Threading Water punch. The journal circle was from Just a Note and "Little Princess" is from Special Delivery. Added a gem to the dot on the "i"

More punched circles and scallops. Used the Just numbers set that is now retired for the "1 year old" and added more bling. Used Spunky Sprite Girls and colored her with Copics and paper pieced. I cut her out and left off her jump rope. Thought it went perfectly with this picture.

5 comments:

  1. oh my word chelsea!! i absolutely love the pages. simply adorable and fun!!

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  2. HOLEY CATFISH BATMAN! You totally ROCK this album! Emma is a doll too!

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  3. These are adorable.. I so wish I was good at scraping.. Great job.

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  4. OMG - wish I lived closer - we would have sooo much fun - love the scrapbook - and the baby Emma is just beautiful. The pages are priceless.

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  5. Adorable pages and she's a doll!

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