This is an A2 size card (4 1/4 x 5 1/2"). The pumpkin stamps were purchased at Archivers, and I used Spectrum Noir markers to color them. The patterned paper was from my stash, and I used black glitter tape behind the mat with the images and behind the inside sentiment. I borrowed the stamp for the inside sentiment.
I used the CTMH Sarita Paper Packet and Stickease Assortment to make the above layouts.
For this layout, the base of the pages is Wausau cardstock. It is a shimmery blue. The trim at the bottom and in the corners is from the Cricut Circle Paper Trimmings cartridge. Again I can't remember which cartridge I used for the font, but I think it was Nursery Rhymes.
I finally started my album from my trip to Portland, Oregon. This is my cover page. I used CTMH Dream Pop patterned paper for the base. Oregon was cut from the Destinations Cricut cartridge. I can't remember which font I used for Portland and July 2013.
I bought the patterned paper for the base of this page at a local scrapbook store. The dimensional sticker I added to the photo was also bought at the local scrapbook store.
I used patterned paper from the CTMH Dream Pop paper packet for the base of this page. All solid cardstock is Bazzill. The dimensional stickers were purchased at a local scrapbook store.
I again used patterned paper from the CTMH Dream Pop paper packet for the base of these pages. All solid cardstock is Bazzill, and the dimensional sticker was purchased at the local scrapbook store.
The solid background cardstock for this layout is Coredinations. All other solid cardstock is Bazzill. I cut the beer mug at 3" from the Smiley Cards Cricut cartridge. I used chalk on the mug where the beer would show through and then added dots of liquid glass to make it look like sweat on a cold mug.
All solid cardstock for this layout is Bazzill. I cut Oregon from the 50 States Cricut cartridge.
The base for this layout is from the CTMH Dream Pop paper packet. All solid cardstock is Bazzill. Again, I can't remember which Cricut cartridge I used for the title. Boy, I guess I'd better start writing down which cartridges I use.
I hope you enjoyed looking at my card and layouts.