Back in the summer I got the whole of Authentique's Delightful collection to create with. As you'll see it's baby themed with lots of soft pretty colors and vintage papers. I knew, of course, I would use some of it to put together a page for Emerson's book. The collection reminded me so much of a snuggly, worn quilt, that I immediately knew the popular hexagon trend would translate well with this line.
Since I am not yet the lucky owner of a silhouette cameo machine, I set out to find another pattern to size and cut my hexagons. When I came up empty handed, I decided to draw my own hexagon pattern and cut and trace them out by hand. Yep, that's right one.by.one - all traced and cut out by little old me! LOL! So, if you notice a few errors in the hexagons or where things don't exactly line up, you will know why! And would you believe that I have since discovered that I had a cricuit cartridge that had a hidden hexagon design. DOH!
On with the page...here are pictures and highlights of my baby girl's fourth month of life.
Since I only used little bits and pieces of all of the patterned papers, I had plenty of extras to put together some other fun projects. First up, a sweet little card.
And also, a darling little 6x6 album that was a gift for a very special little baby girl and her family. I kept the album fairly simple, so that 4x6 or smaller snapshots could easily be added in without covering much of the decoration. I made sure to include some manila tags directly into the three ring binding, to provide an additional spot for memories and journaling.
I'll be back tomorrow with another 2 page layout, featuring many of my favorite Pebbles producs. Thanks, as always, for stopping by!