Monday, March 17, 2014

Scrapbook Pages & a card featuring Prima's Something Blue


Hi friends! ♥

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. It flew by so fast! I can't believe it's already back to the grind we go!

But, before we jump into the week, I want to share my latest projects for Discount Paper Crafts! I had the pleasure of working with Prima's "Something Blue" collection for my projects this month. I decided to create a couple of layouts and a wedding card.

This collection is so beautiful and I love all the complimentary accessories that Cathie carries on her store... especially the flowers, yummy!! ♥

First up is this scrapbook page I created of my niece Cadence. She is SO precious and cute, the paper collection was perfect to scrap this adorable photo of her...








Next up is this scrapbook page I created of our "first toast" at our wedding. The paper collection is perfect for scrapping wedding photos and creating wedding themed projects, but it is so versatile for much more!







For my last project, I created a wedding card. Here are a few photos...






Thank you ever so much for joining me on my blog today! ♥

Be sure to check out Cathie's store for the latest in Prima and other top named brands like Graphic 45, Petaloo, FabScraps, Blue Fern Studios, Tim Holtz and MORE!


Enjoy your week! ♥

xoxo,



Products:
Featuring Prima Something Blue collection

5 comments:

Linda Bell said...

Both projects are so pretty. Your little neice is so darling. Thanks for sharing Arlene.
Hugs Linda

barbara macaskill said...

Cadence is a little doll!! Love your wedding card also! You always create such gorgeous works of art leaving me in awe! TFS!

Moira Gray said...

Beautiful projects, love all the papers and embellishments.

Moira xx

Karen said...

Hi Arlene,
I've just come across your blog, and would like to say it's just so beautiful. Your work is stunning and so inspirational.
I'm now following you.

Karen xx

Marianne Bickerton said...

Amazing work, love your style. Xx

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