Wednesday, October 12, 2011

More MCS October Projects and a Giveaway!

Hello friends! I'm back to share with you my projects with the October LE kit from My Creative Scrapbook. I was so happy to find brand new Webster's Pages (my fave!) goodies in this month's kit. The featured paper collection is All About Me, looooove this range so much!!!

Here's a photo of the kit, no idea how Pam was able to fit so many gorgeous stuff in one package...


Beautiful Time. For this LO, I edited the photo to coordinate with the soft brown/grey hues in the papers. I also used a fabric ticket along with the butterfly stick pin to embellish.



Isn't that clock awesome? It's a brand new Prima vintage mirror included in the kit. I did lots of machine stitching as usual and added detail with Liquid Pearls in powder blue.


The World Is Your Playground. I just adore this photo of Dylan at the lake and thought it was just perfect for this collection.


Webster's Pages is the best for detailed cutting so I cut lots of images from the papers and popped them
 up on dimensionals.

The new Webster's bling is so fun and easy to use! I cut mine apart to get more mileage out of it.


You Love The Camera. This next page has a pretty simple design with some layering. I was happy to see it featured as one of the layouts of the week at Inspire Me .


We received so many embellishments with this kit, two bloomers trims, stick pins, feather flowers, and so much more!!!!


Holding Hands. For my last page, I used the die cut paper included in the kit and attached a paper border using the tutorial I shared earlier here.



The new Prima Shabby Chic resin pieces are just beautiful and add so much to a page.



Also, don't forget to check out MCS DT gallery then come back here and leave a comment letting me know how many projects we have this month for a chance to win a Prima Flowers prize pack, how fun is that! Good luck everyone!

1 comment:

WillieburgScrapper said...

I just got back on the Webster's Pages boat- the jewels did it to me- as well as the doilies. These are fantastic pages- love the cut out circles on the border of the first and the "Hands" page is fantastic- great photo. The ruffled punch on the edge is making me want to unearth my border punches and give them another go- it's not they they aren't awesome- they take up a lot of room so I store in the closet and then get too lazy to take them out again. :)