Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Doodlebug Sweet Love Giveaway

Happy belated Valentine's Day everyone! This past weekend, I used my Cricut and cut out 20 Valentines that Second Child could fold, glue a little heart, and write her name in it. There are twenty people in her room for whom she needed to make Valentines. Four Valentines into the process, "Mama, so many of them, can you help me make them?" She got an undeniably stern "No!" Moments later, "Mama, I'm so tired. I'm going to my room to rest." UNREAL! lol. She did get them done Monday night while directing her father in helping her. I was blissfully away at Body Pump class! :)

Here she is, look at that sweet face!  How could anyone say "No" to that eh?  Well, I find it very easy, lol. 

It's again Doodlebug giveaway time!!  Please leave a comment here and also at Doodlebug's blog to be entered to win the Sweet Love collection which I used here for this layout.
This little banner is from the glittered cardstock sticker of the Sweet Love collection.  I propped up the little banners using 3-d foam adhesive to add a little dimension. 

I do absolutely love the cute cuts from Doodlebug.  They are so easy and versatile to use, both for layouts and cards. Ready to be punched out and arranged on my projects, they are a huge time saver.  I also love the fact they are double-sided!  If you don't like the print or the words on side A, flip them over to use side B which has the shape outlined and nothing more!

Again, just leave me a comment here and at Doodlebug's blog to be eligible to win this bright and cheery collection Sweet Love.  Have a wonderful day!

42 comments:

Miriam Prantner said...

Just love her smile, cute, cute layout! Love that little banner!

Chelle said...

Love the layout. My daughter had 18 to do for her class and it took hours. Monday night she had to do some for her daycare (about 20) and since I wasn't home I don't know how long it took her. She wanted help too..I don't need to sign her name for her. LOL

Anna said...

I'm a new follower!! Love this LO!! And totally love this collection! So sweet, sweet enough for my girl! :)

Anna said...

I'm a new follower!! Love this LO!! And totally love this collection! So sweet, sweet enough for my girl! :)

Mandy said...

great layout with such a cute girl. Thanks for your inspirations. :)

jrugg said...

Love this layout-what great photos!

Beth Hallgren said...

Leave me out of the drawing since I won last time but I just had to say I don't think I could resist that cherubic face! :)

Jingle said...

This is adorable!

Cyndee K. said...

Such a sweet layout and I love the addition of the heart brads on the banner - too perfect!

Iv ScrapDesigner said...

I could not leave comment on Doodlebug's blog! ....
very cute! I love your LO!

Denise Bryant said...

Love the Sweet Love collection! Your layout is adorable! I'll leave a comment on the Doodlebug blog too!
DeniseB

Amanda said...

Thanks for sharing! I love to see your darling layouts!

Katherine said...

Very cute layout! I love this collection!

Kerys said...

WOW! I love this collection and your LO is FAB! Being a mother of a VERY pink girl too - this collection would be perfect for SO many LO's! Thank you for the inspiration and the chance to win! :-) x

Nathalie said...

Trop trop mignonnes! La page comme les photos de ta fille! Perfect collection for these photos!

Alia said...

Look at that sweet smile! Love all the happy pink paper!

Carol said...

So cute and happy!

Carol B
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Kim M said...

You are braver than me, we just did store bought for my daughter. That is so sweet that you took the time to do all of them.

Meghan said...

Banners, hearts and pink/red/white colour combination = perfection!

BeckyH said...

Cute LO! Great in every way!

Gina said...

Fun layout & great story!

Aubree said...

Another adorable layout....I can't believe u made all of the class valentines! I made 3 for my kids and bought the cheapo ones for school. Making 3 was all I could handle!

Marcia Dehn-Nix said...

This is such an adorable layout! and I am a new follower now too.

craftymom205 said...

Great layout. She is so cute.

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Karen B. said...

Your girls are adorable with their lovely long hair. I admire that you can use pink on your layouts too.

Cheryl S. said...

This is a really cute layout!

Michele Duffy said...

Loved your Valentine story. My DD only needs 3 valentines for her daycare 'class' so now I know what I have to look forward to when she's older!

Christie Bryant said...

What a cute LO! Your daughter is adorable! Love that she wanted help with her valentines.

Karen L said...

Adorable photo and layout...and especially like the sweet banner! (never get tired of banners!)

teacher jessy said...

Such a sweet lil layout and you are so fortunate to have lil girls!! You can go crazy with all the pink shades :)

Audrey Pettit said...

LOL, your Valentine story is adorable, Jing Jing. I can picture that poor little girl, so exhausted from her work-out! ;)
LOVE your bright and happy layout! So loving all the pink and all the detail. The little banner is fabulous. Adore the die cut circle page, too.

Larajc said...

What an adorable layout! Truly sweet!

Melinda Spinks said...

Jing Jing, such a gorgeous little story with your daughter and the cards. Love what you've done with the layout, just beautiful.
Melinda :)

Charlene said...

She is so darned cute! And the perfect subject for your awesome page!!!

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

I love your blog, and such a gorgeous girl your daughter is, the picture goes so well with your supplies!

Mandie said...

eek! so cute!!!

Kim said...

awwwwwwww this is just precious Jing Jing

alexandra s.m. said...

Alors là, je n'ai qu'un mot à dire "Belle comme un coeur!"

Debbi Tehrani said...

So adorable, Jing-Jing. Darling photos and a wonderful page, as always!

Lisa Dorsey said...

Oh such a happy bright layout Jing-Jing! Love it!

Alice Wertz said...

she is so cute and pretty in pink! beautiful layout, Jing-Jing!

Deana said...

You are TOO funny. Adorable page, JJ... awesome work, as always!