Some Vancouver LOs!!

Good evening! I spent a lot of the weekend scrapping, yay! On Saturday I went to an all day crop and only finished about 6 los, but I was okay with that because I really liked them! Yesterday, after I unpacked everything, I made a few more los. This first one is using this week's sketch challenge on Let's Scrap:
I used some new dp and accents by My Mind's Eye called "Little Boy Blue". Those cute vintage animal flash cards are from an Etsy site called "Pretty Little Studio".

Next up is a lo using this week's sketch from Inspired Sketches. I used dp and chipboard from Cosmo Cricket's "Nutmeg" line. I cut the bear from the Cricut cartridge "Give a Hoot". These are photos from the top of Grouse Mountain where they have a bear habitat. The bears come in and out of their homes, and here we were lucky enough to get up close and personal with them!

Here is a close-up of the little cutie!
Last, is a baby lo about a beluga! LOL, I felt kinda funny pulling out soft pink colors and baby papers for this animal lo, but it worked! A few months before we visited the Vancouver Aquarium, a beluga gave birth to this little baby. We got to go into a special habitat where the baby and mother spend their time bonding together over the first few months of the baby's life. No flash photography was allowed, and you had to be extremely quite to not disturb mother and baby.
I used dp by Jenni Bowlin, and Making Memories (Vintage Findings). I pleated the lace and sewed it down to the paper to create the border. The heart and "Beluga" letters were cut from the Cricut, and the pink "baby" letters are Doodlebug stickers. The journaling block is a new Tim Holtz die cut from the Big Shot.

Thanks for stopping by!


Sandy said...

Such great pages - they are all so cute. I especially love the little bear you made and I love the new look of your blog