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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Santa Cruz Beach and Boardwalk LO

Hi there!  Today's project is linked to the CC Blog for their weekly challenge using borders.  I'm way too behind on scrapbooking so I thought I'd scrap some pics for our album.  The pics were taken in 2008 during our day trip to Santa Cruz Beach and Boardwalk.  This project turned out to be a 4-page LO since  it was hard for me to choose pics ;) to include (I was able to use 11 pictures in all). 

On to the details:
pages 1 & 2


pages 3 & 4


beads....simply because I was in a dangly mood ;)

*letters used were from the Life Is A Beach cart, embossed with the D'vine Swirls CB folder
*8 different "charms" on the first 2 pages were from Life Is A Beach cart, with the bottom layers embossed with Tiny Bubbles CB folder, then embellished with jute twines  and some beads on the bottom
*seashells cut used for journaling from Create A Critter cart
*borders used on all 4 pages were 2 seashell borders welded from Life Is A Beach cart
*coaster on pages 3 & 4 was from Carousel cart
*corn dog from Carousel cart
*ice cream cone, ice cream sundae (embossed with D'vine Swirls and Plum Blossom CB folders) and pretzel cuts from Sweet Shop cart
*ticket cut used for journaling was from Mickey Font cart

All supplies used from my stash!  Project # 22 for Using My Stash pledge at the CC MB.  (One of these days I will post my projects using my stash in the CC MB thread but it's just a pain to have to go through photobucket to load the pics before I'm actually able to share in the MB - can't do it from my blog). 

Thanks for stopping by!  For those celebrating Thanksgiving on Thursday, hope you all have a wonderful one!   

4 comments:

girlia said...

Great job!

jrugg said...

Super cute LO-love the roller-coaster and the badges! Looks like a really fun day!

Carolyn/MamaC said...

What fun photos and wonderful layout! Great work!
Carolyn
http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

Dayna Sabrina said...

These are fabulous layouts! And there are so many! I have a hard time paring it down as well, sometimes it just needs to be as big as it gets! I really like the embellishments on the side and the bottom.