My Big Girls using NAS Sketch #336

Ruby and Bear have always been coined the “big girls” due to their size, and also because they are litter mates. They are always together. With these two gorgeous photos of them taken in November 2012, I thought they’d be perfect paired with all the fun Simple Stories SN@P! dog collection. The 3X3 cards and 4X6 cards worked out really really well with Nuts About Sketches latest sketch, #336:

336 - Due 9-21-14 copy

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As you can tell, I kept true to the sketch in placement of papers/photos, but only used two 4X6 photos – subsituting 2 of the 4X6’s for journaling cards in the same size, and not using any photos for all the 3X3’s.

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I cut my large title with my Cricut, using “Opposites Attract”. The paw print brads are from Eyelet Outlet and the paw print pattern paper is from The Paper Studio.

TFL! 🙂

Chewing….and Nuts About Sketches Sketch #320

Nuts About Sketches latest sketch is another two pager. I had so much fun with this one. It always helps when you’ve got a cute furbaby to scrap too! 😉

Here’s my layout – featuring Jeffrey James 2 years ago. He had taken a rawhide outside and started chewing on it. A second later, he got bored with that and ended up chewing on a piece of dead grass. He did that for a few minutes. So if Jeffrey could talk and give someone advice, its that “Chewing on dead grass is more FUN than chewing on rawhide”. LOL!

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Here’s close ups of the two pages

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Since I went with a long title, I used Cricut cartridge “Opposites Attract” to cut it out.

And here’s the awesome two page sketch:

320 - Due 6-2-14

I absolutely fell in LOVE with the banner! And since I used about 90% of the Bo Bunny “Happy Tails”, the chipboard pieces were perfect to make a banner!

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Using more chipboard pieces, I decorated the polaroid frame with stars:

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“Lazy Days” sticker with the little heart is from Simple Stories SN@P “Dog” collection and the washi at the bottom of the pages is by Queen & Co.

TFL! 🙂