Kids love water. They love to splash and make, not only themselves, but everything around them wet. They can spend hours in the water and only complain when mommy says it is time to get out of the tub. I love watching my two little girls play in the water. It amazes me how they can use their imagination to create great sea battles or even becoming little mermaids complete with seashells in their hair.
How many different bath layouts have you scrapped? I know we all are certain to document baby's first bath, but that is only the beginning.
Hello World by Aphra Bolyer
Supplies: Paper, Brads, Die-Cut, Transparency: Crate Paper, Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper, Bo Bunny, Flowers, Pearl Flourish: Prima Marketing, Specialty Ink: Tattered Angels, Tool: Punch (Martha Stewart Crafts).
Design Notes: I jazzed up my flowers with layers of patterned paper cut into circles and topped off with brads. I also added sprigs of paper curls, which are really just thin strips of paper rolled around a pencil.
Journaling: Ethan greets each day with such joy and wonder. He finds adventure wherever he goes. Even right here at home. 8/2009
Bath Time by Pamela Young
Supplies: Paper, Chipboard, Die-Cuts: My Little Shoebox, Pearl, Gems: My Little Yellow Bicycle, Trim: Scarlet Lime, Specialty Ink: Tattered Angels, Glitter: Scribbles,
Design Notes: I wanted to do something different with my journaling tags so I have them peeking out the right hand corner. Also, there is a little misting going on outside of the circle, it's kind of hard to see.
Journaling: This was Eryn's first bath.
Before this, we bathed her with a washcloth. And believe
me...she did NOT like it.
Tub Time by Kristie Coleman
Supplies: Paper: Sassafras Lass, American Crafts, Cardstock: Die Cuts With a View, Buttons: Favorite Findings, Floss: Karen Foster Design, Font: Stencil.
Design Notes: This layout is based on my favorite ever sketch by Julie Bonner!!! I love tying my buttons with Karen Foster floss as it has just enough stiffness to poke right through the button hole on the first try every time.