Friday, February 19, 2010

Sticky Notes & GUMballs

Cole does the funniest/weirdest things at times.  This was no exception.  He has had his little gumball machine for quite a few years now and after Christmas, he had a Walmart gift card with a few dollars left on it to spend.  He decided to spend the remainder of his gift money to buy one of those 1L sized milk cartons full of gumballs so he could refill his machine.  A few minutes after he got home and filled it, I happened to notice that he added a sticky note for some unknown (to me) reason.  Funny guy!

The design for this layout was completely inspired by my most favouritest scrapbooker in the whole wide world, Jamie Harder.  I love her work soooo much and envy her eye for detail and use of colour.  You can see her layout that inspired mine HERE, just scroll down to the bottom.

Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Papers:  Black, White Daisy, Clover Meadow, Cranberry, Orange, Sunflower, Watermelon, Moonstruck CS; Caboodle B&T; Adhesive velum (Generations - Staples)
Stamps:  Tiny Typewriter Alphabet, Friendship Alphabet Large
Inks:  Black, Crystal Blue, Grey Flannel, Grey Wool; Black Journal pen, Cranberry marker
Embellishments:  Cranberry grosgrain, DE monograms - GUM, Lots of Dots alphabets, Gumball machine 3D sticker (Sandylion), Journaling circle (Little Yellow Bicycle)
Tools:  Coluzzle circle and knife, Micro-tip scissors, Labels Two die (Nestabilities), Cuttlebug (Provo Craft)
Adhesive:  Tombo Mono Multi (LSS), 3D foam tape (dollar store)


Jenn Joncas said...

Too cute Vicki!! Kids are so funny sometimes (:


Sharli said...

What a treasure!!! These little individual things our children do are so precious, and so easily forgotten as they grow and exhibit new interesting behaviors! LOL

Your layout is PERFECT! The Animal Cookie (cracker - I can never remember!) paper is amazingly perfect with this one! Really NICE work!

Kandi said...

This is cute Vicki! Aren't kids funny? I just love the stuff they come up with.

I had to say that I also love Jamie's work. I always save photos of her layouts off the boards, in fact you and Jamie take up a bit of space on my hard drive. :)


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