Isn't there just something about fall that makes you think about Cocoa?
And the nice folks over there sent me a kit to play with.
This lo was inspired by this Pottery Barn Kids quilt.
I added a litte bit of canvas to the kit to make this lo.
My sweet little niece Madison.
I got the journaling strips out of order...woops.
(The teal paper is mine - the rest is from the kit:)
I love her textured paper approach to scrapbooking.
I really love how Jennifer Johner uses tiney bits as boarders on her lo's.
I WAS going to sew this...but I broke the needle on my machine again.
I pulled out some Autumn Leaves rub ons from way back way back and used them instead.
I am loving getting to use old scrapbooking stuff with the new.
page 1. I used that cool rollie thing along the edges.
I am really into these 2 pagers lately.
Ok, really a page and a half.
Page 2 is a 6x12 page.
It is a great option for adding journaling or extra pictures.
I thought the first pic was funny...Max was getting a hair cut in the background.
Here is how the lo and a half looks in the album.
This lo was inspired by a guitar t-shirt in the Mini Boden catalogue.
I drew a guitar on scratch cardstock.
I cut it out and used it as my template.
Then I traced it and cut it out of my brown cardstock.
Here is the whole kit.
Thanks Cocoa Daisy for all the fun!!
A lot of the paper is double sided.
Have a super day!