Bella Blvd + Kerri Bradford Studio Team Up

Hi, everyone!  Last week some members of the Bella Blvd team had the wonderful opportunity to team up with the team of Kerri Bradford Studio to bring a week's worth of awesome inspiration.  I was lucky enough to be one of those team members.  Kerri gave us a ton of great cut files to work with and I ended up creating some of my favorite Bella layouts to date:

I’ve been really trying to play catch up with my wedding album recently (it’s only been 3 ½ years since we got married!) and when I saw the “restroom people fancy” cut file in Kerri’s About Town collection, I knew I just had to use it.  I played off our wedding colors – pink and orange – and pulled in a lot of different collections and embellishments to create my layout.  I also used the “laughter” cut file from Kerri’s Giving Thanks collection to add a bit more interest and fun!

Since November 11th was Veteran’s Day in the U.S., I figured it was the perfect time to scrap this picture of my Grandmother.  She was a Marine during WWII and worked on planes back in the States so they were in good shape for the men overseas.  I’m so proud of her.  She was a remarkable woman who passed away just under a year ago at 100 years old.  She’s definitely my hero!  For this page I used Kerri’s USA collection and the postage stamp frame from the Life Additions 2 collection.  I cut out the frame in all different sizes and filled them in with patterned paper and topped with a variety of embellishments.

Thanks for popping in!

Layout 1: Cardstock: Bazzill; Mist: Heidi Swapp; Staple: Tim Holtz; Everything Else: Bella Blvd
Layout 2: Cardstock: Bazzill; Everything Else: Bella Blvd


Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Saw these on BB and just LOVEEEEEEEEE them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Renee said...

Kat, both of your layouts are so beautiful....capturing those moments that are precious!! Thanks for sharing!!

Jody Spiegelhoff said...

These are incredibly stunning Kat!! You look like your Grandmother :)

Jinny Newlin said...

These are beautiful, Kat! Great work with those files, and your palettes are perfect for the occasions! Oh, and I couldn't help saying what a stunning photo of your Grandmother!