Saturday, January 14, 2012

"ICE" 2011

Another Layout for the "Strut Your Cuts" Challenge over at this blog. The challenge is to use your cartridges. This is my second layout of the week using the "Graphically Speaking" cartridge.

MY youngest son, Benjamin, LOVES Shrek so when he found out that Ice this year was going to be Shrek themed he wanted to go so he bought tickets to take me for a day out for my Christmas present. After seeing the Ice show we hung out at the hotel for a while seeing all the other Christmas decorations then he took me out to lunch,  we even hit Ikea on the way home.

SUPPLIES:
Cardstock:
Plain cardstock is from a stack that I bought a while back that is textured. I don't have the cover so I don't know who makes it.
The shiny plain white and blue that is used in the title and for the photo mats are from a stack called "Effects Papercrafts" by Canson. I got it at Michaels about 2 years ago.
The pattern paper is from "Me & My Big Ideas" Modern Milan stack.
Cricut:
Graphically Speaking Cartridge cut at 4"
Punch:
Martha Stewart Drippy Goo Punch
Misc: 
The "ICE" with the Shrek and "at Gaylord Palms 2011" was cut from a post card that I bought at the show.
Sketch:
Sketch #302 from Sketch Inspirations.

I also used Picasa to make a collage of the photos in the bottom two photos so I could fit all them in one layout.

4 comments:

Sue Painter said...

This LO is great, it just LOOKS icy and cold. Brrrrrrrrrrr.

Lisa G said...

Hi Bethany, nice layout. It's been great finding all those useful words on Graphically speaking that I had forgotten were there.

Scrappy-go-Lucky Mandy said...

Thanks for playing along again with Strut yur Cuts at Scrappy-go-Lucky. There really are are a lot of "cool" words and phrases on graphically speaking. Looking at your layout has cooled me down. It's been sweltering here in Perth and my air conditioner has broken down. I would LOVE to be on ice right now!

Tracey said...

Great layout.....it looks sooooo cold! Love the icicle borders.