Monday, December 26, 2011

6th Birthday

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! We had a wonderful time with family over the weekend!
I was able to squeeze in a few minutes between all the Christmas baking and crafting to create this scrapbook page celebrating my youngest daughter's 6th birthday.
When I have more time I will  journal beside the cupcake. I love the little '6' candle I added to the cupcake top. It's like the candle she is blowing out in the bottom picture. I used the new Labels Collection Framelits to create the cool shape behind the cupcake. I LOVE them!! So many sizes you can cut and you can layer different sizes or make frames! Awesome new product from Stampin' Up! 
I was inspired to work on this birthday page by the challenge on Hand Stamped Sentiments
 Head on over to Hand Stamped Sentiments to see the wonderful projects the other designers created this week. Then share your creativity with us and link your creation on the HSS blog


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4 comments:

inkedx2 said...

What an adorable page. Love the picture of your daughter holding up her fingers.

stampinbygenny said...

I love the colors you used and the photography is first rate. Love it! Happy New Year!

Dawn Braun said...

Rachel, another awesome scrapbook page, your daughter must just LOVE looking at all the beautiful pages you've created for her! Love the banner on the top and your fun bright colors. Of course the pics are fab too, love how she's holding up her age with her fingers! :)

Bada-Bing Creations said...

So cute! Love the pennants and the kids are super cute too:-)

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