Second Photo for the Huge Giveaway!

Here’s the second photo that shows more of what’s included in the huge birthday giveaway! Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for even more!

The winner of the drawing will receive everything shown in the previous photo (Webster’s Pages products and MME) AND everything seen here…and there’s still more to come! In this photo are Bo Bunny papers (some paper weight and some cardstock), BB brads, 2 sheets of BB rubons and some Cosmo Cricket papers from various lines.

Here are the details for this giveaway, so you don’t miss your chance to win: I will post a new photo each day this week showing items that are included in this giveaway! To enter to win, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post and/or any other posts I put up between the announcement post on April 25th and midnight (eastern) this Saturday, April 30, 2011. I will draw a random winner on Sunday, May 1, 2011. Please leave just one comment per post per day. If you become or already are a follower of my blog, you will receive an extra entry for each comment you make. Thanks everyone and good luck!


Webster’s Pages – Scrapbook Paper and Embellishments

I’m pretty new to the world of scrapbooking, but I’ve done a lot of “shopping around.” I’ve discovered a lot of brands that I adore and will eventually get around to sharing them all with you, but I’d like to start with my absolute favorite! Webster’s Pages ( has papers, diecut pages, embellishments, trim, journaling cards, etc. that is to die for! Gorgeous, detailed, high quality products. Here are some pics of the layout I created using some of their fantastic papers, stickers and a journaling card.

This layout was created using core’dinations cardstock (the background paper), Webster’s pages 6″ x 6 ” paper for all of the photo mats and frames, Webster’s Pages stickers (the tree, branches and leaves, and butterflies) and journaling card (bottom left corner), Cloud9 rub-ons and Prima flowers.

Here’s a closeup of where I’ve tucked a hidden tag (with a private message for my son) which I matted with Webster’s Pages paper and tied with assorted fibers and charms.

This layout was my entry in the Webster’s Pages September Challenge. I was very impressed with the quality of the papers and how durable their journaling cards are. I adore their lovely designs and vintage look. I just wish I’d had more of their products to work with! I do feel, however, that my layout shows how nicely the Webster’s Pages products coordinate with anything you’ve got on hand. Their products would make a wonderful addition to anyone’s crafting supplies