The Family Stories line of embellishments and papers from Teresa Collins is HUGE and very versatile! Check out all of these card, mini-album and layout ideas you can create with all the goodies that are available at The Scrapbooking Studio in Moline, ILAll-occasion cards come alive with the Family Stories paper collection. The flower paper was used on the next two card fronts along with die cut paper for the flower along with Maya Road craft doily and rose flower center. The layers were pop-dotted for dimension.
The "you and me" is from the Family Stories "Notecards" sheet along with this collection's enamel dots.
The ribbon wrapped paper clip from Maya Road, decorative button for the flower's center and "Numbers" paper for the flower create a chic and trendy card for someone very special. The Die Cut Accesories are used for the "love" and "together" and the "Noted" paper for the banner and people (card makers can fussy cut the people from the paper and use a glue pen to adhere border to the card front).
And the final card was created by embossing the cardstock with a wood grain embossing folder and inking it. I cut the "You and Me" journaling card and circle with people from the Die Cut Accessories sheet, added the two eyelets to the top and "hung" it on a Maya Road hanger with twine. The embellishment in the center of the card front are mounted to a bottle cap. Use glue dots to adhere it to the card front.
And here is this cards inside:
Family photos from a 2011 trip to St.Louis, MO trip were used with a hand made mini-album and Family Stories line of papers and embellishments to create the next project. Here's the cover:
I used black die cut chipboard for the covers and the Bind-it-All spiral to hold the album together. My daughter made the beaded rings that are attached to the black spiral binding for added cover embellishment.
And here's a full frontal photo:
I added a small bag to the front cover and placed a black chipboard tag in it to hold a few additional photos and placed a journaling card to the front of the bag.
The pages of the book are made up of Family Stories "File Folders" and papers from the Family Stories line.
Lastly, I would like to share two layouts:
I loved being able to add sequins (a hot new trend), pop-dotted arrows, buttons, chipboard pieces, and die cut accessories to this layout, along with some washi tape.
The second layout uses Die Cut Accessories, Decorative Buttons, and a border strip from the "Noted" paper. I used pop-dotted black cardstock circles in the four corners along with photo corners, and enamel dots to anchor the page.
Thanks for checking out my cards, mini-album and layouts created with supplies that are available at The Scrapbooking Studio online or in Moline, IL