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Tuesday, July 06, 2010

I know there are a lot of rumors going around about Jack, those all boy, trouble maker, into everything, keeps me on my toes rumors. Well this layout tells another side of my Jack, the side on just how much he loves me. Imagine my suprise when I found out from his preschool teachers just how much I guess all he talked about in school was ME lol!
This page used Doodletype to cut the title (one of my all time fav fonts) and used Straight from the Nest, Design Studio and the embossing kit to make these photo corners on black Ten Seconds Studio metal sheets. By flipping the metal sheets upside down on the embossing mat, you get a debossed side that you can sand off the color! The papers and chipboard are Die Cuts with a View.




4 comments:

Kate said...

Great page! I love the colour contrast. Sweet pictures too!
Thanks for your note on my blog. I've added the link to my post. Today I posted a picture of a set of Thank you cards with which I also used the pens. I'm just loving them (and trying to spread the word)!! I've added the link to the video there as well. Thanks again! (A little tip: I put a scrap paper under the pen as I'm taking it out of the housing. That way, I'm covered should I accidentally make touch down!)

Kate said...

What a cute little stinker you have! I love your LO's. I wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. TFS!

Amy said...

Awww...too sweet!
My embosser has arrived, but I haven't had a chance to play with it yet, but sooo looking forward to it!

Kathi Carlozzi said...

I love all your things. Have you ever used a cuttlebug embossing envelope with a metal sheet and then use alcohol inks on the it? I would love to know if you have.