Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Mini Crop at Turtle Soup!

Hey there!
Hope you are having a great week so far!
Turtle Soup has a mini crop going on right now and they have some great challenges to play along with!
I am sharing a few layouts I created using some of those challenges.
This first page was created for the Holiday/family celebration challenge. I used a photo of Austin with his Godmother and Aunt, Connie:

I used Cocoa Vanilla Tis the Season. I love the colors in this gorgeous line!
Here are a few close ups:

I made the tag and added some cord. I added some gold Evalicious hearts and a camera along with some Michaels washi tape:

I fussy cut the "24" and added mini alphas for Dec. I used a few sickers from Simple Stories:

My second page was created for Toni's winter blues challenge- use blue on your page:
I took out all of my 6x6 paper pads and pulled the blues out of them. I then used a Heidi Swapp stencil to create my sunburst with those papers. Once all cut, I stitched them down and added some layers under my photo:

I colored the sun lightly with a yellow Gelato and added water:

The cute crab was perfect for this layout of my great niece and nephew cray fishing plus it added a pop of color against the blu.

My last layout was for the Christmas photo challenge, but use a photo of decorations, tree, etc.
I used a photo of my tree and came up with this:
I used a cut file tree and cut it from white cardstock. I then used that cardstock and the tree I cut out. I colored the tree with mists watercolors and Gelatos. I backed the cardstock where the tree was cut from with patterned paper:

I decorated the tree with circles from a pack of Thickers. I also added a few more trees:

and some spatters:
I used a few different alphas for my title.
I am so glad you stopped by today!
Enjoy your day!


  1. Your layouts are all so beautiful!

  2. Gorgeous pages Lisa, loving all the details on each BL

  3. way to go!!! all your pages are amazing!!! That sunburst one is stunning!!! LOVE that!!


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