Hello everyone! This week at BBTB2 our desginer sister Jayne came up with a great challenge. Design a project using a tree. I got out my Cricut and Campin Critters and made these adorable little cuts with the animals hiding behind the trees. Aren't they so cute? The paper I used are from the DCWV Guy Stack. The title I'd Rather Be Fishing is from Cricut Decals. These pictures on the first layout are of my oldest granddaughter fishing with grandpa. The second page is the two girls eating their lunch. Katie always eats right through the middle of her sandwich.
I embossed all my trees with various folders and added googly eyes.
I hope you will join us this week for the challenge at Bitten by the Bug 2. Remember to link up by Sunday.
Suzanne fab layout, love that skunk, hugsReplyDelete
So many beautiful trees Suzanne.LOve your wonderful layouts.ReplyDelete
What a Fabulous and Fun LO!Love the Little critters behind the trees..LOL.ReplyDelete
Suzanne, this layout out is AMAZING! Your tree assortment are fabulous and I adore those sweet photos! Outstanding work, my friend. I love how you almost always do layouts!!ReplyDelete
Oh what a fun layout! I love the cute little scene you've created with those fun cuts and adorable photos! Too cute!ReplyDelete
Adorable! Lovin' the cute critters and of course your adorable granddaughter. Fabulous layout! xxDReplyDelete
Such a cute and fun layout! Love the animals hiding behind those cute trees! Cute photos!ReplyDelete
This layout just makes me smile Suz! I love, love all the critters hiding behind the trees, the embossing is awesome and of course the pics are just to sweet of Katie and Brittany! Totally fabulous layout!ReplyDelete
What a whimsical and fun lay-out..very well done and a joy to look at..KristaReplyDelete
This is such a cute layout. The trees and animals are so fun. Great scene, beautiful girls.ReplyDelete
ADORABLE!! I just love your layout. Super cute all the way!!!ReplyDelete
so so so cute.... I love your trees...and the wonderful LO.ReplyDelete
Super layout love your embossing onthe treesReplyDelete