Monday, December 9, 2013

Bring me a Dream

Here I am once again stealing song lyrics for my page titles!
We took a recent trip to Disney, and it was go, go, go all day!  So when we would get back to the hotel room, the kids were out almost instantly!  I really had to take these pictures---they look so angelic when they are asleep, don't they?
I used a sketch from Life. Paper. Scrapbook. for inspiration.  Oh, and I REALLY took advantage of some black Friday sales...I got a box of Lily Bee that I LOVED, so I wanted to use some of those goodies right up!
This green was beautiful!  Not olive, or forest, but more of a Kelly green.
Here is a closeup of some banners and also some paper ribbon from Little Yellow Bicycle.  The "doilies" were also paper ribbon; I just cut them apart.   You can also just see that I stamped pale blue hearts too---really into my stamps lately.

To the left of the photos, I used a scallop punch as well as another punch I just looks like a perforated line.  Clearance at Joann!
 Below, I cut some stars and a moon on the Silhouette.  Since my stars didn't quite fit, I decided to accent the negative with the positive.  I ended up liking it. 
I recently discovered Life. Paper. Scrapbook.  So glad I did!  I love a good sketch to play along with!
Here is the sketch:
Thanks so much for stopping by today :)


  1. Absolutely beautiful page Sheila and the photo's are adorable - makes you want to snuggle down with them!

  2. Lovely LO. The photos are so sweet and the blue/green work so well together.

  3. This is gorgeous!!! I love love love the colors, the arrow and pennants and loveeeeeeeee the stars!!!!!!!!!

  4. This is so pretty! I love the colors and the patterns. The stars & the moon are such an awesome touch, as is the paper ribbon! Beautifully done Sheila!

  5. loooove this page!! the colors and sweet pic!!! LOVE the stars and moon in the corner!!! super sweet

  6. WOW, I love all the details on your LO!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Love this color scheme Sheila and your title is perfect for the photos! Great use of the LPS Sketch too!