BRD August projects

Just thought I’d share my August projects for Black River Designs. We decided on a summer theme. Some of my projects ended up there and some didn’t, but I had fun making them either way. I’m planning on making another set of these baby thank yous as I’ll be needing those soon! I always enjoy working with these papers and rub-ons–they’re so easy to use and such classic designs! Enjoy!

Patterned papers: Black River Designs (Million Blooms, Wild Butterflies, and Stems and Stripes from Kelly’s Garden line; Mid Season and End of Season from Seaview line); Cardstock: Core’dinations; Gingham bows: Martha Stewart for EK Success; Acrylic stamp: Hero Arts; Stamping ink: Stampcraft; Scalloped oval punch: Fiskars; Diaper template: Aly Dosdall

Patterned papers: Black River Designs (Pink Wildflowers, Spiro Art, and Ribbon Stripes from Duck Pond line); Rub-on alphas(large): Black River Designs (Alphas #1); Rub-on alphas (small): Heidi Grace; Cardstock: Core’dinations; Ric rac, felt flowers, and journaling tag: Jillibean Soup; Buttons: The Paper Studio; Border punch: Fiskars; Circle cutter: EK Success; (based on a sketch from Papercrafts Magazine)

Patterned paper: Black River Designs (50 Million Blooms, Jumbo Dots, and Wild Butterflies from Kelly’s Garden line; Garden Gate Stripes from Bayview Road line); Cardstock: Core’dinations; Gems: Hero Arts; Border punch: Fiskars; Corner rounder: Creative Memories; Fonts: Brush Script (title) and Constantia (journaling)

Patterned paper: Black River Designs (Spiro Art from Duck Pond line, Garden Gate Pansies from Bayview Road line); Rub-ons: Black River Designs (Journaling Spots 1, Details 3); Letter stickers: American Crafts; Ribbon: Jillibean Soup; Felt flowers: Jillibean Soup; Brads: The Paper Studio; Date stamp: Shiny; Font: CK True Type

3 thoughts on “BRD August projects

  1. Hi Aly,

    I just wanted to drop by and say thankyou for your templates. I downloaded a couple the other day and then ran out of time to stop by and thank you – so thanks. I'm new to the digital world and I'm trying to make both the paper and the digital work. Thankyou for your generosity and for sharing your talents with us all.
    Amy Eaton

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