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#1 Posted : Monday, February 07, 2011 7:28:25 PM(UTC)
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I took this photo after catching my dog trying to look out the window to see where I was. I went outside for a few minutes. She didn’t get far with the blinds shut. She’s sitting on top of a Kleenex box which was on my printer. That dog loves to climb.

Supplies:
Paper: Basic Grey, Wisteria Jardin
The Paper Studio, Cosmo Foliage
Bazzill Basics Paper, Berry Pretty…I call it Lilac Dots because it has small dots all over.

Cricut Cartridges: Home Décor, Fabulous Finds, Storybook
Distress Ink: Dusty Concord and Felt Ink Applicator Tool by Ranger
Zig glue pen
Adirondack Alcohol Inks: Eggplant (purple) and Citrus (green)
Versamark Chalk Ink, Dew Drops: Spring Pansy (purple) and Aloe Vera (green)
8 white flowers
The Paper Studio Gems

Circle: 10 inches
Rectangles: 2.389 x 10.595
Their Matting: 2.516 x 10.722
BUSTED: 1 inch high by 4 inch wide
Journaling Strips: .50 x 2.75 inches

I created this sketch on Cricut’s Design Studio. I cut out the circle, the 2 rectangles along with their matting. I decided to add a little something to the rectangles so I cut out some flourishes from the Home Décor cartridges. I placed 2 on each one. I used the same paper as the rectangles. To make them stand out a little more, after attaching them I took some Dusty Concord Distress ink and VERY lightly ran it across the Flourishes. Just so they’re slightly more visible.

Then I added some flowers, which started out as white. I found something out accidently. I wanted to know how 1 of the flowers looked with Chalk ink on them. So I added some of the lilac ink to one of them then after adding the Eggplant Adirondack Alcohol ink, it acted as a resist. So the lilac ink did show through which made the flower look 2-toned. I did that with all the flowers, including the green ones. I added green chalk ink and Citrus Adirondack ink to them. To finish those off, I added button to the centers.

I added the title using the Storybook Cricut Cartridge….”BUSTED”
I also added the 4 journaling strips that say “Dolly, caught red-handed”.

The CUT file for this layout can be found at the last Layout in this post. You can also see ALL the layouts in this album….

http://cricutinspiredlay...t-scrapbook-layouts.html
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#2 Posted : Monday, February 07, 2011 8:00:54 PM(UTC)
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oh my gosh!! How cute!! (and your layout too!!Laugh )
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, March 13, 2012 3:03:06 PM(UTC)
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OHHHHHHHHH ... this is so darn adorable. Talk about your Kodak moments!!! Definitely a scrap worthy photo. BTW, this LO is gorgeous ... love those papers!
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