My son's wrestling coach was recently honored as the "Coach of the Year" in our conference. To thank him for all he does, I "whipped up" a framed copy of the newspaper article, a quality picture of him at the banquet and a picture of the trophy he received.
Today is my niece's third birthday (Happy Birthday Sweetie!). The party is tomorrow, so I've been busy creating not only a card for her gift, but a two-page scrapbook layout for her mom to capture tomorrow's party. I'm going to apologize in advance for the poor photography. Winter seems to be hanging around here and with it the poor light.
She is having a TinkerBell cake for her party tomorrow, so I stuck with the theme for both her card and the layout. I was VERY tempted to go out and purchase the TinkerBell cricut cartridge, but commonsense took over. It really isn't a cartridge I would use enough to justify the cost; my daughter's too old, and I only have one niece. I happened to come across a TinkerBell scrapbooking page kit at Hobby Lobby and decided it had enough stickers and paper to create both a card and matching layouts (and I decorated a plain green gift bag) and it didn't cost me nearly as much (and it was on sale).
Card front (sticker says Perfectly Precious)
Two-page layout (white place markers for my sister-in-law to add photos)
Close-up left page
Close-up right page
Paper and stickers from Disney Fairies Theme Pack by Sandylion