First, for my dog Tavis:
For his titles I used the My Pink Stampers Love-alicious stamp set for 'Sweetheart' and Family & Friends stamp set for 'Something Special'.
Now on to Kyla's page:
For her titles I used the My Pink Stampers Everyday Life stamp set for 'Princess' and 'Little Diva!'.
Here they are all framed and up on my wall:
For their nameplates I got this idea from Maria with Believe Dream Create. Thank You So Much Maria!!!! I used Gypsy Font for the letters and I can't remember where I got the frame. Sorry. The mirror paper is called Plastic Mirror Sheet by Darice. I got the engraving tip for the Cricut from Chomas Creations. While the mat was still loaded after I engraved the images I changed the engraving tip to my deep cut blade and did multicut at 4. Yeah, it didn't cut all the way through but I had already unloaded the mat so I cut out the border by hand. Luckily it was a very simple border. :)
I used the new DCWV Immortal Love stack for the background paper. Can you we just say it should be called "The Twilight Stack". :) So if you are looking for paper to make Twilight scrapbook pages or cards this is the perfect stack for it. It also had the perfect red for my background color. I then printed off all of the images in B&W then cut out a white mat and a black mat to go around each pic. I really wanted it simplistic since I was using it as wall decoration.
Don't forget to stop by my blog on Thursday for my HILARIOUS card and also on Saturday for a blog hop I'm in. Thanks so much for stopping by! I had a ton of fun making this project. :)
Scrapbook Layout Recipe:
Gypsy Font Cricut Cartridge
My Pink Stampers Family & Friends, Everyday Life and Love-alicious stamp sets
Engraving Tip from Chomas Creations
Plastic Mirror Sheets by Darice - Bought at Scrapbook.com
DCWV Immortal Love paper stack
PTI - True Black & White cardstock
12x12 Frames - Got from Michaels
Stampin' Up White Satin Ribbon
Create! Impress! Paw & Bones fasteners (Creativeimpressions.com)
Buckles - Got in my stack, don't know where I got them
~ Thanks for looking!