Monday, July 25, 2011

BBQ and Smores Layout for Sweet Sassy Design Team

Hello everyone from Suzanne at Cricutcraftingrammy and thanks for joining us.  I am so happy to be here sharing on Bobbi Jo's Design Team at Sweet Sassy Diva again.   This week  we are making  a BBQ project using 3 different cartridges and bright colors.  I used Camping Out, Three Birds and Block Party.  When our family and neighbor friends BBQ in the summer we almost always make smores.  In the back of my mind I remember seeing a project in one of my scrapbook magazines that chalked the Smores letters to look like smores and to used cotton balls for the marshmellows.  So I did my best to lift this idea for my layout.  If I had been true to some of my family I would have made the marshmellows black but I like them toasty and it looks more appetizing.  I embossed the trees. the photo mats and the birds with my Cuttlebug.  I chalked the edges and used googly eyes.  
Recipe for Layout
Cut from Three Birds
BBQ bird  5 inches 
Smore bird 4 inches
Smores title I used Smore Great Moments cut at 6.5 and used s to make Smores
Smore branch cut 2 times at 10.25
Cut from Block Party
BBQ word 4 inches
Frame 5.75 inches
Sign (top only)  9.25 inches
Cut from Campout
Campfire 3 inches 
trees 4 inches 
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  1. 2 of my favorite things!! Bbq and Smores. Love the layout. Tfs,


  2. I am so loving this lo Suzanne!!! It is to stinkin' cute! I love everything about it! LOL I love Bbq's, and when I need something really sweet-which isn't to often-I will have a smore, but most of the time they are to sweet for me. LOL But I know they are the great American camping snack!!!!

  3. I love that layout Suzanne, You did a great job!

  4. Isn't summer great?! What says summer more than barbecues and smores (they are my favorite!) Your LO is so great! I love the paper, the plaid is very barbecue-like. The images are adorable and the ideas you used are just perfect!

  5. Great layout--I like the gingham and how you chalked the Smores letters.
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