Toothless Smile Using Picture My Life, SVG and My Pazzles Inspiration

Hello crafty friends,
Hope you are enjoying your Sunday! Today I am sharing a layout I created with some more of the wonderful, new CTMH products.


Here’s a look at my entire layout. I had my grandson over and it just so happened that he lost his first top front tooth while he was staying with us!! My daughter snapped a couple photos so we could memorialize it as well as send them off to his mom. He wanted to make sure she saw the tooth before the tooth fairy came and took it…lol.

For the layout I used a plain black cardstock base. The cute little bear tooth fairy and teeth are SVG cut files I created using my Pazzles Inspiration machine and software. I will be sharing how to get the files very soon! The patterned paper is from the paper fundamentals basic set. While all 9 new paper collections are fabulous, and I will be sharing projects with those made soon, the paper fundamentals sets have a great mix of papers!

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Here’s a photo of one of the cards in the Picture My Life For Always Set. I trimmed it down just a bit.

Here’s a closer look at my sweet little tooth fairy bear. I didn’t want to make this page too “baby-ish” or too girly, but I just had to include this cutie!

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For the cheeks on both the bear and Mr. tooth as well as the inside of the bears’ ears. I used my Watercolor pencils and used the Bubblegum pencil. I gently colored in the cheeks in a small circular motion. I then went over it with my blending pen and I think it turned out every bit as good as my OLD method of using chalks. I have been wanting to try this method. I also used my Whimsy Ink Pad for the bears’ wings. I used the new Glacier mini pad. I used my Basics Ink Pad set for the bears brown and cream pieces. For the brown pieces, I used the Saddle pad and for the cream pieces, I used Bamboo.

Here’s a closer look at my title. In this photo you can also see where I used my Silver Marker and created a faux stitched border around the entire layout.

Here you can see after I stamped my title with my black ink pad using my Hopscotch Alphabet stamp set, I decided to color the letters in with my new Carmine Marker. I cut a couple of little teeth cuts in black for the centers of my O’s. I used some foam tape and adhered it to my layout.

TIP Coloring The Eyes
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I started by cutting the eyes out in plain white cardstock. I then used my new Shinhan Turquoise Blue Marker to color in the eyes. I left just a little white showing at the bottom.

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Next I used my new Black Marker and colored right over the Turquoise. It was great. It didn’t bleed and I left just a little of the Turquoise showing at the bottom.

Here’s what the finished eyes looked like. I just added a little white dot for glints using my Chalk Marker. I used my new Whimsy Ink Pad set to ink the edges of my teeth with the Flaxen mini pad.

Here is one last look at my layout.

Products Used For This Project

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Stamp Set


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Metallic Markers – Silver

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Used: Flaxen & Glacier


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Well crafty friends, I think this about covers it for today. Be sure to stop back by again as I share another fun and inspiring project. As always, thank you for sharing your crafty time with me. Until the next time,

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1 comment:

  1. This layout is fabulous and what wonderful memories. He is just a cutie and the perfect page for him.


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