Happy Monday! Thanks so much for stopping by and for all your encouraging words about my Project 365. I have so many ideas and I am glad to finally be able to spend more time getting my ideas completed.
If you are looking for even MORE Cricut inspiration, I am also working on building up the Cricut gallery over at the SP Gallery. The SP gallery is owned by me, and anyone is welcome to use the gallery to upload their scrappy projects. There is a separate section under Cricut for EVERY SINGLE CARTRIDGE!! Isn’t that neat?! I keep it updated as soon as newer cartridges come out.
Registration to the SP Gallery is free and you have unlimited space to add your projects to the gallery. My hope is that as a community, we can make the SP gallery HUGE!! You can get to the gallery anytime by clicking the Gallery tab at the top of the blog.
Today, I have another scrapbook layout for you! This is a layout about my fiance and his parents when we took them out to our favorite Japanese Steakhouse. We had a GREAT time, as you can see by the faces in the photo.
For this layout, I used the Cricut Car Decals and the Cricut Simply Charmed cartridges. Remember the hearts I cut for the project from yesterday? Well I had one extra and so I used it on this layout. It added a nice punch of color.
I also want to point out the journaling that I did directly on the page. I don’t like to journal a whole lot on my pages, but some journaling is usually necessary. So I made these lines using the SP and Company stamp set called Scallops and Lines. This set is perfect for making smaller journaling sections on a project.
- The cute little people were cut from the Car Decals cartridge. The two taller ones were cut at 3inches and the smaller one was cut at 2.5inches.
- The alphas were also from the Car Decals cartridge and they were cut at 1.75inches.
- The heart was a left over cut from my project from yesterday.
- All patterned paper is from the Echo Park Walk In The Park Collection.
- The ribbon is Stampin’ UP retired Kiwi Kiss grosgrain.
- The cardstock is Stampin’ UP retired Kiwi Kiss textured cardstock.
I hope you enjoyed my project for today! See ya tomorrow!!