La Rentrée Scolaire 2012-13 page 2

Fait avec: Storybook Creator 4.0Cheerful School Digital AdditionsClassic School digital Embellishment et le font Designer

Simplement utiliser un page vide soit 8×8 ou 12×12, coulure l’arrière plan (background) noire et une surface Brick (dans l’option format);  utiliser Cheerful School PM 1 (pour bordure vertical) simplement  couper la largeur désirer;  ajouter Cheerful School PM 8 faire pivoter comme sur la photo;

Ajouter 3 cadre photo carré vide avec l’options Fomat photo, Select frame (chosir Double Mat) ensuite click sur Customize et mettre le mat en forme de cercle et de couleur blanc et le 2ième invisible.

Ajouter titre et embellissement de Classic School dig. Emb. and Cheerful school dig. add.

Bon Scrap!!

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La Rentrée Scolaire 2012-13

Voici la page terminer de la 1ère journée d’école a mon ti-homme!

 

Fait avec: Storybook Creator 4.0Cheerful School Digital AdditionsClassic School digital Embellishment et le font Designer

Simplement utiliser un page vide soit 8×8 ou 12×12, coulure l’arrière plan (background) noir;  utiliser Cheerful School dig. Add paper 1 (pour bordure horizontal) and 4 (le mat a l’arrière de la photo); Utiliser Cheerful School PM 4 (pour bordure vertical) simplement faire pivoter 90 degrés et couper;

Ajouter 3 cadre photo vide de 8×10

Ajouter titre et embellissement de Classic School dig. Emb. and Cheerful school dig. add.

Bon Scrap!!

English version 

Classic School Stickers Projects

Those 2 project (top and bottom) are made using Storybook Creator 4.0 and Classic School digital embellishment

Scrapbooking Card made by : Karen Hengel

 

 

Ingredients:
Classic School Stickers 
Gold Cardstock
Green Cardstock 
Cranberry Cardstock 
Carrot Cardstock 
Royal Blue Cardstock
Postage Stamp Rotary Blade 
White Swirly ABC 123 Stickers 
Black Dual-Tip Pen 

Classic School Stickers Card with Bookmark Project

 

Ingredients:
Classic School Stickers 
Royal Blue Cardstock
Green Cardstock
Cranberry Cardstock 
White Cardstock 
Cheerful Designer-Print Paper
Cheerful Storybox
Circle Maker
Black Swirly ABC 123 Stickers
Postage Stamp Rotary Blade
Foam Squares

How to Create:
Cut a piece of Royal Blue Cardstock to 8″ x 8″. Cut a piece of Green Cardstock to 3-3/4″ x 7-3/4″. Adhere. Cut a yellow dot Cheerful Storybox to 3-1/2″ x 4-1/4″. Adhere to the bottom of the card.

Cut a piece of White Cardstock to 3-1/4″ x 4″. Using the Circle Maker, punch a large half circle at the top as shown to create a pocket. Adhere carefully along the sides and bottom only.

Adhere the globe, backpack and ruler stickers. Adhere the lunch bag sticker with a Foam Square. Print journaling or title on White Cardstock. Trim and adhere.

To create the Bookmark:
Cut a piece of Cranberry Cardstock to 2-1/2″ x 6-1/2″. Using the Postage Stamp Rotary Blade, cut a piece of yellow checked Designer-Print paper to 2″ x 6-1/2″. Adhere.

Using the Circle Maker, punch four small circles from White Cardstock. Adhere a star sticker and black Swirly ABC 123 Stickers. Using the Black Dual-Tip Pen, add dots around the edges of the circles. Adhere the circles as shown.

Fold a scrap piece of the yellow Cheerful Storybox in half and adhere under the circle as a ribbon.
Finished Size: 4″ x 8″
Project Designed by: Jill Klasen

Back to school – 1st grade

A finish pages

Made using Storybook Creator 4.0Cheerful School Digital Additions, Classic School digital Embellishment and Designer notes font

Simply use a 8×8 or 12×12 album or page, add a black background and use Cheerful School dig. Add paper 1 (for the horizontal border) and 4 (to make photo mat) use Cheerful School PM 4 rotate 90 degrees and cute a border;

Add 3 8×10 empty frams

Add title and Embellishments from Classic School dig. Emb. and Cheerful school dig. add.

Happy Scrapping!!!

You gotta have faith layouts

      

What ever your Faith is, it can be represented in any layout by simply adding significant Embellishment, with Storybook creator, anything found on the web can be an embellishment.

You gotta have faith!!!

Heaven knows the thing you’ve seen and done. But your children may not. Albums make an amazing place to celebrate the events and rituals of your life. they’re a powerful tool for passing on the lessons and traditions that hold meaning for you and your family.

When we ask, “What inspires you?”, these pages are the most fundamental answers. So what does your faith mean to you? Let theses ideas get you started. Then let your imagination go.

Your gotta have faith layouts coming soon!

For more on Your gotta have faith layouts see our Idea book vol.1 Inspire me.

Love story layout

    

 

For more on Love layout see our Idea book Vol. 2 Ten Questions a simple guide to capturing real life in albums and our other idea books

10 Questions about LOVE

These questions will help you think about your relationship and how it’s come together. As you read each one, take the time to write down your thoughts, stories and impressions.

 

  1. How did you meet? Were you introduced? Who was there? What were you doing? Ws there a spark right away? Who noticed first? Was there a great opening line (or a really bad one)?
  2. How has time changed you? How has your relationship changed? Have you grown? What’s changed about your circumstances? Did you have less money then? Less responsibility? Were those simpler times? Compare those days with your lives today.
  3. What’s brought you closer? Common interests? Common circumstances? (Common enemies?!) What are the issues and activities that get the town of you singing in tune?
  4. Who are you? Describe your tow personalities; one at a time. What are each of you like on your own? How are you similar, and now are you different?
  5. How do you complement each other? Those similarities and differences that you just described – tell how they fit together to make you a stronger couple. What are the two of you like as a couple? If you were both famous, how would the paparazzi blend you tow name together into one of those unbearably cute couple names?
  6. What milestone matter to you? Dating for six months? Married for 40 years? Talk about the landmark events that have marked real tuning points in your relationship. Marriage? Moving? Children? Illnesses/accidents? Successes/big breaks? How has each of these events changed your relationship?
  7. What’s the big dealt? Tell the story of your favourite big event that you’ve experience together. Did you run a marathon together? Was it a mission trip? An inauguration ball? A Dave Matthews concert? Who was with you? Which one of you talked the other into going? What obstacles got in you way? What new experiences opened your eyes? How did it bring you closer as a couple?
  8. What’s a day in your life look like? Map out and record you day form beginning to end. Talk about the little things. How does your true love spoil you? What are the special things you like to do to show you care? What are the unique ways the town of you say, “I love you”?
  9. What have you overcome? Every journey includes some hills to climb. Talk about the challenges you’ve faced in your relationship. Have they been roadblocks thrown up form outside (disapproving families, confliction career path, financial mishap…)? Or have they been stumbling blocks you’ve run into all on your own (miscommunication, misunderstanding, mistrust…)? How have you worked together to get over your hurdles? What have you learned that going to help you avoid trouble in the future? No relationship is perfect. The best couples find ways to work together and move forward. (And beside, a love story without some conflict in it would be sappy and boring!)
  10. What does the future hold for the two of you? What are your hopes and dreams for the future? Does your partner share the same dreams? (Are you sure? Otherwise, repeat step 9!) Paint that picture of the future. What steps are you taking now to make it come true?

LOVE

IT STARTS WITH THREE SIMPLE WORDS

“This seat taken?” Or maybe yours were, ‘Half-caf, Ventiplease.” Or just maybe your story goes all the way back to something like, “U like Nick (Y or N)?”

Whatever those first words were, your love story started long before “I love you”. And we hope it goes on and on forever. With these 10 questions, you can create an album that tells your love story right from the start.

Were you struck by the thunderbolt or did love sneak on you gradually? tell the tale with all the romance, comedy and (hopefully not too much) drama. Come on, everyone loves a love story! And you’re going to love yours.

see our 10 questions about LOVE, coming soon!

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