A recent cyber-stroll through the blog-o-sphere turned up a bunch of great Twig and Elizabeth Park projects! So hop on the Little Yellow Tourbicycle with us for today's ride through Blogland and we'll show you what we found!
First up, Biker Chick Tania Willis posted this beautiful layout on her blog, featuring the Twig collection and her handsome hubby:
Here's a close up:
We keep telling you how versatile the Twig collection is - doesn't it look great with this photo of Tania's husband? And we certainly don't think he'll complain that it's too frou-frou, do you? For more info and photos of this layout, check out Tania's post here.
Next up, did you know that Biker Chick Liz Qualman writes for ScrapStreet.com Magazine? Yesterday, they ran a great article by Liz talking about how to use stickers to add polish and dimension to your pages. It featured this page by Liz, created using the Elizabeth Park collection:
Love it! Here's another close up:
Click here to read the entire article by Liz, and to see more photos of this adorable layout!
And scraplifted it to create this Elizabeth Park album:
And finally we travel back in time to a blog I bookmarked way back in February! This post, from Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine's blog features Karen Grunberg. I started following her blog after I saw this post. She got it in her head to take a family photo every week and it's so much fun to read her posts all about her weekly successful (and sometimes not-so-successful) family photo shoots - as well as her every day posts about a busy, creative, working mom's life (Can you relate? Yes I think so!)...an ambitious undertaking, to say the least. But such great results, I must say!
So here's the page she created using the Elizabeth Park collection:
And a close up:
... And thus ends our tour of the blog-o-sphere for today. We hope you've enjoyed the journey and it has inspired you to pull out your paper, scissors, and glue! Please be sure to "tip" your driver by posting a comment if YOU spy one of LYB's collections out there in Blogland! Happy trails!