Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Moon Doggie Layout and Card

Have I mentioned how much I love the new Moon Doggie Paper? I created a layout today using the Portrait Collection template from CTMH's Cherish Book. I created a card a couple weeks ago using a template from CTMH's new Wishes Book and when I couldn't figure out what to add on the bottom of the layout, I happen to lay the card on top and a light bulb turned on (over my head) and I had a great idea. (That doesn't happen too often. LOL!) I decided to use the card on my layout. Actually I made a new card that used a different sentiment, but I think it works. I love that I was able to use one of my cards on a layout! Here is the card I made a couple weeks ago...
And here is my layout...
All supplies are CTMH unless otherwise noted:
Stamps: Extreme Happiness, August Word Puzzle (flips flops), Sensational Seals, February Word Puzzle (curved dots on card)
Inks: Cranberry, Indian Corn Blue, Garden Green, Desert Sand
Paper Packet: Moon Doggie
Other: Sparkles, Holiday Buttons, Waxy Flax, Foam Tape, Coluzzle, Foam Sponge


  1. both cards are beautiful. So clever to use the card for the layout, hidden journaling. I feel so good when I do something like that. I know simple minds and all that.

  2. Awesome! Loved the card and that you can also use the design in a layout is terrific. Now that's using your noodle! LOL

  3. Awesome job Lisa. The card and layout are both fab by themselves but together, they're a match made in heaven.

  4. Lisa,
    Love this! Way cool. Gotta scraplift...giving you all the credit of course!
    Sue Laufer

  5. The first time I made this card was when Jeanette posted it on her blog. But the directions weren't really clear and they aren't in the Wishes book either... you just have to put 2 and 2 together to realize you have to glue the ends shut.

    Really though, I would NEVER have thought to put a card on a layout. This is such a great idea.

  6. Lisa, what a perfect layout! Love the card as a decorative element and journaling spot! Fabulous!

  7. your work is awesome as always.
    ok spill, how did you get the flowers cut out so nice and neat? whats your secret?

  8. Thanks for the nice comments on this project everyone.

    Sue, I would be honored if you scraplifted my layout. *Ü*

    Kathy, my secret is that I always use my CTMH Micro-Tip Scissors to cut things out like this. They give me so much control. I love them! *Ü*

  9. OMG your work is gorgeous! I really need to come scrap with you. Or you can come scrap with me in my new space. :)