Making Wings...
A mixed media layout

Dog gone cute!

Leah here with you on this fabulous day to show you this cute little Clear Scraps dog bone album I created.


I showcase my cute pug, Ooxie in this one.
I chose papers from Bella Blvd called Tail Waggers & Cat Naps that you will see throughout the album.


I started out by dry embossing a circle texture from Sizzix on all the pages in the album. Then,  I applied Stazon ink to the raised circles on the album.



You can click on any photo to make it larger to see closer details.

My Ooxie likes to sit in front of the window to sun, but in the process of sunning, she sits there and barks at anything that moves. It drives me a little crazy. lol


My daughter spoils or so much. :)



Notice how the vertical photos hang over the edges a bit? I love that messy look in an album, but not necessarily the stark white on the backside of the photo. So, before you place the photo in your album, adhere it to a piece of paper and trim around the edge, then when the photo hangs off the edge, you'll see a nice pattern creating an eye pleasing design element.


Yes, we dressed her up as a puggy-witch.
She didn't like it one bit.. lol


I do the same trick with stickers too - stick it to some paper and trim. Voila, a nice overhang with prettiness. :)



I love these acrylic albums!


Ooxie, when she is desperate to be held (she's a real cuddle-bug) will jump up on my desk, in front of the computer, to get some cudde time in.


I probably have 100+ photos of Samantha and Ooxie just like this.
I love having the cutest ones recorded in this sweet dog bone album.

Thanks for stopping in with me today, I hope you enjoyed seeing this fabulous Clear Scraps Dog Bone Album.

Until next time!

Leah Crowe
- Design Team

Supplies Used

Album: Clear Scraps Acrylic Dog Bone
Paper: Bella Blvd (Tail Waggers & Cat Naps; Sophisticates)
Stickers: Bella Blvd
Ink: Stazon, Ranger
Adhesive: Beacons 3-n-1
Pen: American Crafts


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