Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Sketch N Scrap #122 - Daddy & Ada

Hello scrappy friends! Welcome to my blog! I am so happy that you are here! It's the first of the month and that means I have a few projects to share with you today, so let's get started.

We have the first sketch of the month posted at Sketch N Scrap today. Lisa has created a fun sketch for us, and I already have plans to use it again!

I have used Bella Blvd's Valentina collection for this layout. All of the papers are so cute and I had a hard time cutting into them - I just want to hoard them a little longer! - but the urge to use them won over and I love the results! The "adorable" envelope was fussy cut from one of the papers - I thought it was a cute embellishment to add to the layout! The enamel hearts are from Target's $1 spot. I was lucky enough to pick up a couple of packages of these cute hearts.

These photos are of Ada and her Daddy when she was almost 7 months old. They were sitting on the couch spending some quality time together, and Ada was just looking too cute!

Head on over to Sketch N Scrap to see the beautiful layouts from the rest of the design team. You'll have until the end of the month to play along with us!

Don't forget - we are getting ready for our "Love Is In The Air" Facebook Online Crop. Be sure to stop by our Facebook Events page and check it out. While you're there, go ahead and join us!

Thanks so much for stopping by! I will be back soon with another project to share with you!


  1. A fantastic take on the sketch Lori! Such a pretty page!

  2. I love the embellishments on this layout. More of that cool ombre paper. Sweet photos!

  3. Love your layout! These papers are just amazing and go great with the black and white photos! Looking forward to the crop!

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  5. Beautiful layout! Love the heart background paper.

  6. Absolutley adorable. I adore those photos and the cluster of envelopes

  7. Lovely layout Lori :) I love the B&W photos and love how you changed up the sketch with the 2 scallop borders :)