This month I got to play with some gorgeous Jillibean Soup pasta figioli pattern papers, accessories and corrugated shapes from handmade by Suzanne . I think Jillibean Soup is my second fav paper company behind OA....but it's a close race...
This first one uses an old old photo of Addison which I found in the depths of my computer while I was looking for something else.A gorgeous little red rocket spotty button and a handmade by me satin flower and kite.This second layout Thomas is a friend's son , it is based on the October sketch over at Handmade by Suzanne designed by the so so so talented Shell, there is a $20 gift voucher up for grabs so why don't you head on over and give it a try. Another yummy Little red rocket traffic sign button here as well....and don't forget about Little Red Rockets birthday sketch competiton, remember you don't need to use LRR products just complete the layout using the sketch and link it up here, you only have until the end of October to get your entries in for a chance to win a $25 gift voucher of LRR products.
Till next time...
how cute are these layouts! love the kite made of denim... it is the little touches, like little treasures on your layouts that i love!!ReplyDelete
adorable as always!!! i hope i have time to play along ! grrr! so much stash ! so little time ! lolReplyDelete
I love that you are able to make it all look so vintage and classic!ReplyDelete
wow what cool pp on your first layout (and I love the photo)ReplyDelete
love the cardboard stars and twine - just doing something similar with string :)
Oh I love those traffic sign I mean really it can't get any better for boys!! and that layout with the vellum WOW!! It really tones the paper down in just the right place to allow the photo to shine!! Great stuff Kim!ReplyDelete
I love your layouts...as always!! That kite you made is adorable. Love it. B-)ReplyDelete
Simply gorgeous layouts...as always, love visiting here! That Jillibean paper is yummy, will have to watch out for that one. Hehe I want to ditch the chores & play!ReplyDelete
They are both adroable Kim. Love em.ReplyDelete
Hi Kim..loved this when I saw in on Handmade by Suzanne.Just gorgeous work.ReplyDelete
Thanks fo dropping by my blog and for your lovely comments. I always appreciate it! many thanks, Nadia.
Oh wow! Gorgeous layouts Kim! :) Love the film strip idea.ReplyDelete
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great LOs!! love that JB one...it's awesome!ReplyDelete
this is soo adorable - that photo is priceless!! So much to look at and so much texture. Love them both. Great stuff KimReplyDelete
oh they're both awesome!! I love the use of the vellum and the paper on the first one .. almost makes me wanna paper scrap .. almost!! LOL!ReplyDelete
That layout is just ADORABLE!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous as always Kim...and such sweet photos. Love that sketch...might pop over and join in. Hugs!ReplyDelete
Fantastic, as always, Kim! I love that no matter what you have going on in the layout, the pics always are the highlight.ReplyDelete
Love them both. The splatters and kits on the first are so so sweet and the twine and button on the second--you always have the perfect touches :)ReplyDelete
Love them both Kim! I love how you used the Jillibean on the first layout!ReplyDelete
Love love these layouts Kim! :)ReplyDelete
Fantastic LO's gf!!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Kim. Love the paper too!!!ReplyDelete
Hi Kim, loving this gorgeous, cool, funky little boy layouts. You sure know how to work that JB papers and of course you rock the Lil Red embellishments. Loving what you do with chipboard shapes and twine, very creative, fun and inspiring!ReplyDelete
It just keeps getting better and better, lol these are gorgeous and I love your handmade flower :)ReplyDelete
Great layouts, Kim. Those photos with the cowboy hat are awesome. Lol. Bet Shelly LOVES the layout, you really know how to make it pop. BTW LOVE your work in SM this week. BEAUTIFUL.ReplyDelete
love that photo Kim.. and that Kite is soo cool.. love the whole busy look going on.. i dont do enough of them but i do love them.ReplyDelete
Awesome layout as always Kim, love the photos......you have done a tops job!!!ReplyDelete