If you've come here from Angelina's Blog you are on the right track. And, here is what I have to share with you...
The paper is from one of the new paper packets called Huntington (X7174B.) In the Idea Book, it is pictured with fall stamps, but as I studied it, I thought it would be perfect for heritage or vintage Layouts, too. The Title, photo mats, flowers and leaves are all cut with the new Artbooking Cricut Cartridge. What makes this cartridge so special is that everything is cut on the same key! Yep, all the goodies on this layout are from the "D" alpha key. All I did was use different functions. Artbooking makes it so simple. Just a sidebar...the photos are primarily my maternal grandparents, my Mom is there, too...the young teenager. I am so lucky to have these wonderful shots. That is my Grandmom on the left in 1900. The windmill in the lower right is the family sawmill somewhere near Cologne Germany...photo taken circa 1890. Believe it or not, my relatives still own the business today.
We are all so busy that finding the time to preserve our memories is difficult. Everyone needs a little help getting the task done...please meet my assistant, Bombay.
So, where or not you are lucky enough to have an assistant, the Artbooking cartridge makes preserving your memories so easy. Well, I am the last person on the hop list, so thanks for joining us...or if you came the our fun in the middle, hop on up to Joyce's blog to see what she has created for us! For Now, Happy Crafting!