Monday, September 26, 2016

All the Heart Eyes - A Stick It Down sketch

And just like that, it's Monday again.

But at least it is more fall-like in Middle Tennessee today!

I have a page using some new, fallish papers today that I created with a sketch from Stick it Down. I recently bought this stack from Michael's - it was one of their "hot deals." I have some plans for it and a happy mail soon... But in the meantime, I figured I could pull the non-fall papers out and use them for my boys. I love this *on trend* color pallet of orange and blue lately. It always reminds me of my high school alma mater.

Here is the original sketch:

And I definitely can't take credit for the title. I've seen it a few different places recently, but I will say the first place I ever saw it was from a young girl, Megan, in our Scrap Gals Facebook group. I gushed over it and she said, "You can use it!" And I've been waiting for the perfect time! I use the heart eyes emoji for my loves all the time!

I loved the background behind the photos in the sketch, but I didn't want flowers on my page of my baby in the tub, so I used a free cut file I had downloaded, and just welded it together a few times on my cricut. I tied some ribbons on it for some texture. I didn't have any blue letters, and I didn't want a cut title, but I remembered I had these double-sided sticky Thickers, and some blue glitter - boom perfect!

This little dude has grown so much since he sat back in a baby bath tub! **Insert all the crying eyes!**

Paper - Craftsmith at Michael's Pumpkin Spice
Thickers - American Crafts
Orange Alphas - Studio Calico

Thanks for looking!


  1. Such a darling page. Thanks for playing along with us at Stick it Down.


  2. Cute baby photos! I like the cut file that you used too. Thanks for creating with us at SID!

  3. I love your cut file and the bright blue accents that you added. Thanks for joining us for our sketch this month at Stick It Down!

  4. Oh those eyes!!
    Gorgeous Autumn colours.
    Thanks for joining us at Stick It Down
    Laura R

  5. Loving pictures, great layout! I love how you interpreted this sketch, absolutely fabulous job!!