This weekend on twitter I mentioned I was going to attempt to get some scrapping done with some really old supplies. Since I’m living at my parents house all I had to use was a box of old supplies that I have to get rid of that I didn’t think I would ever use.
Well I’m glad they were here this weekend because I put them to good use. Well most of them anyways (there’s still some really questionable and dare I say, ugly, stuff that I may try to use on something later on this week. But seriously when I see it I wonder what the heck I was thinking when I bought it).
Most of the papers you see are (I’m pretty sure) from the dollar store from back in the day. There’s a bit of Chatterbox and old MME stuff there too. And luckily I had a small stash of vintage goodies like ledger papers and old sewing patterns around here for just such an occasion. First up is a small set of thank you notes for some special people. I saw something like these somewhere on the interweb a while ago but I didn’t save the picture to my inspiration folder. I hope I’m not, but I may be inadvertently copying these. So if you’ve seen something like this somewhere before, let me know so I can credit the person who inspired these notes.
And a fun little layout about a day trip to Wonderland I took with the fam last week. I used the park map, an old library card, vintage sewing pattern some of the aforementioned old product, an H&M bag (if i never shopped for clothing I wouldn’t have half of the stuff I use for scrapbooking these days) and some AC glitter cardstock.
Have you guys seen this stuff? It is ridiculously glittery. Super glam. Totally tacky. And I kind of love it. I had to get a couple sheets the other day.
What have you guys been up to?
PS I love you…
This wedding, shot by Anna, is the prettiest wedding I’ve seen in a long time. And this picture is probably my favourite wedding picture I’ve ever ever seen in my whole life. It is just so much fun. I also have a pretty big thing for huge wedding parties, I don’t know what it is, I just get really excited by them.
Anyways check out the rest of the photos here.