Sunday, April 8, 2012

April 5, 2012

Today I am getting ready for my Easter photos.  I have remiss lately in getting my photos in my album.  So I am taking a proactive approach and getting the pages ready early. 
I am so happy that tomorrow will be my first blogaversary.  Please check back with me tomorrow, I will be giving away some candy to one of my followers

Here is my list of items used:
The paper is from a DCWV stack I got years ago and I am still using.  It is an ultimate stack.
The 2 cartridges I used are celebrate with flourish and a Childs year.
The digital print I got from  They have a lot of great images.The caption was made using CRI-Kits glitter pens and the calligraphy collection cartridge.

 I am entering this in a blog challenge:

Hope you like this, have a great week.


  1. I can totally relate to the whole "behind in my photos" thing - way to be proactive! :) I love the layout - the colours are so Spring-like. Thanks for playing along at CWC this week! :)


    P.S. Happy Blogaversary!

  2. Beautiful job on your Easter layout! I love the cricut cuts. Nice job! Thanks so much for joining us in the challenge at FCCB and happy blogaversary tomorrow!
    Sherrie K

  3. I love this layout. I am a big fan of this color combination. I love green!! Awesome job. TFS and thanks for playing with us this week at Cooking With Cricut.
    ~Madison CWC DT

  4. What a wonderful layout - and how perfect that you worked ahead of time! I do hope you had a wonderful Easter and now have some lovely photos for your pages.
    Congratulations on your blogiversary too!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot and at Fantabulous Cricut!

    Small Bits of Paper

  5. Adorable LO! Thanks so much for jointing us at FCCB this week!

  6. GREAT job with your BEAUTIFUL layout!Thank you for joining us over at FCCB!:)

  7. Such a sweet LO, Karen. Thanks for linking up this week at Cooking With Cricut.

    ~ Jen


Hero Arts Monthly Kit

I had a chance to play with my September Hero Arts kit today.  This is what I made.