I'm back again with another shape album to share!! This one is actually the first one that I did (before the Cars one) - I just hadn't gotten a chance to post the pics of this one on my blog. I did this album again using my Cricut and my Gypsy. My kids LOVE Spongebob and I did this little album so we could put some pics of them in their Spongebob jammies in it. I went with a Superhero theme with these adorable cuts from the Spongebob and other cartridges - here are some close-up pics of the pages - details for cut sizes and paper are under each pic...
Here is the first page - after each of the pages were designed on my Gypsy - they were cut in lightweight chipboard and covered in patterned paper. On this page - Spongebob was cut at 4 inches from the Spongebob Squarepants cartridge and the paper is from the DCWV All About Boys stack.
Here is page #2 - paper from the DCWV All About Boys stack again - Patrick was cut at 4 inches as well and is from the Spongebob Squarepants cartridge.
Sticking with the Superhero theme of the album - for this page I used the superhero car from the Paper Doll Dress-Up cartridge (it was cut at 2 inches). If you click on the pic - you can see bigger view of it and you'll see that the car was covered with a blue iridescent paper to give it some shine. The paper on this page is from the DCWV Generation Tech stack.
Here is the cityscape - this is from the Going Places cartridge - with the Gypsy - I was able to play around with the length and width to get it to match up with the other shapes in my album. The paper on this page is from the DCWV Generation Tech stack.
And the last page - the moon and the night sky - I cut the moon as a circle from the George and Basic Shapes cartridge - it's a 3 inch circle. I cut it using yellow glitter paper from the DCWV Glitter stack to give it some shimmer. The paper is from Hobby Lobby - I believe it is by KI Memories.
Thanks so much for stopping by!! I hope you're enjoying looking at these mini-albums as much as I enjoy making them - I really feel like I've been in a creative rut lately and doing something different like this is starting to bring my mojo back! ;)