Woo Hoo I got a Scrapbook Page done

Posted by Liz McCoy Thursday, August 23, 2007

Well, I finished another scrapbook page for Jack's 1st birthday album.  At this rate I might finish it by xmas.  LOL.  It was somewhat relaxing...I'd like it better if my tv was back in the office.

But nonetheless it is finished and i'm really pleased with it.

I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE the cake from Jack's birthday. A dear wonderful friend of the family and talented woman CS made the cake she did a stunning job. I had given her a picture of what I was thinking of and she did it and surpassed it!  It was 2 tiered with rolled fondant icing and fondant polk-a-dots.  She even polk-a-dotted one of the layers of cake!!! 

Here is the journaling from the layout:

CS made your beautiful cake She even made a mini ake just for you. She

was so detailed that she made sure each mini m&m was turned so the

letters didn’t show. She also took a pink and yellow candle, melted crayons to make it match the cake.  The cake was everything Mommy had imagined the top layer was chocolate and the

bottom vanilla. Mommy & Aunt Rosie made the cake topper a few days before the party. We used beads, wire, & painted wood letters.

Here are the products I used on this layout:
Tina Chamber's Doodle Delights Birthday WordArt

Jamie Heyl's Doing the Zoo Kit & Add On Pack

Kim Liddiard's All in a Row Quick Click

DSP Designer's 80's Revisited Page Kit


DSP Liz (available in Club Digital November 2007)

Rosie and I stayed up late one night working on a cake topper that I had pictured but wasn't sure how it would work or if we'd actually use it on the day of the party.  Boy was I pleased it was absolutely perfect and really what I had wanted.  My vision for the cake was for a kind of explosion a showering of fun.

The colors were colors I used throughout the whole party...to me they are completely boy and perfect for my one year old.

Wow that's just too surreal I have a ONE YEAR OLD!! OMGosh!!

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