Thursday, July 26, 2012

Sleepover Layout

Hello Everyone,

This is my design team post for My Cricut Craft Room.  I must admit that I've learned a few things this week while working on this layout. 

1. When creating a project at a crop, if you do not finish, place everything in a zip lock or sealable bag so you don't lose any pieces.
2. When using the gypsy, save every thing until the project is completely put together. 
3.  If you must have a drink on the table it must have a sealed lid. 

In case you haven't guessed, after dinner, I spilled diet coke on my base page and then I lost the "d" in pedi.  I spent 3 hours recreating the piece I lost.  So lessons learned this time around.  Are you ready for the pictures yet?

I started with the Batman font for the lettering.  I cut out the shadow twice and placed foam squares between the two shadow layers. 

The No Boys sign is created with Going Places and Printing 101.  I keep seeing the sign hanging off a door knob and this was a close as I could get. 

I used some sticker from Reminisce for accents.  The pattern paper is a combination of Imaginise, Jillibean Soup and Doodlebug Design.  The solids are Bazzill.  Here's page 1.

On page 2, I used the Batman Font again, Hello Kitty Font and Kate's ABC's font.  I wanted each word to be a little different. Then I left a large space for journaling so she can write down who was there and what they did.

Here is the whole layout together. 

Remember to stop by My Cricut Craft Room for more ideas and inspiration for sleepovers.

Thanks for stopping by.


  1. This is super fantastic. Those titles really JUMP out at you. Sorry to hear you had some disasters during the process....but you have great layouts in the end. I had to giggle a bit because the 8/03 post I drafted last night, sounds a little similar to this...LOL.
    Great Job
    Jessica S
    DT Sister

  2. Oh my! This is sooooo cute! I love all the detail!
    Miranda :)
    MCCR DT Sister

  3. Very Cute!!!!
    MCCR DT Lead Shelley

  4. Ouch! That was a tough lesson..thanks for sharing so I can try not to have the same "mistakes". The layout is awesome though, well worth your sweat and tears I would say! :)

    Amy P