Make a Layout with Clothing tags

Nothing shows better a baby growing than clothing tags, and receipts spent with this clothing lol
So that's another idea for a layout with no pictures. The receipt I made a copy on my printer, because original receipts fade with time.
This was based on a Episode of Paperclipping on how to use old tags
I thought that was just great to use not just the tags she was talking about which I also did a layout but also using this many tag from clothes I was buying for my son to show how he was growing so fast , I think it would be neat for him to see everything he used and the things involved in raising him.
The small tree and title were made with the Gypsy wandering and storybook cartridge.
The clocks are from Making Memories.

Thank you for stopping by
Jana

9 comments:

Percy said...

What a cute page, great idea!

Mónica said...

Great idea! I´ll try because I really love it! thanks for sharing

Elena said...

This a very neat idea! I LOVE it!

Char- The Mad Shopper said...

Such a cute idea. Very creative.
I just wanted to tell you the reason I have not been to your blog or your chats for a while was because I have been sick. I haven't lost interest. You always inspire me. I made 12 mini albums like the one in your first chat for a Christmas swap.
BTW I love your new blog design.

Adriann said...

What a clever idea! I'm so going to do this.

:)

Siri Fjørtoft, Fjørtoft Design said...

How great is the PC Festival? I love your LO with the tags and reciepts, and if I ever get a kid, I´ll be remembering this idea!¨¨
Siri

tortagialla said...

Oh I love the idea of recycling! I'm a bit addicted to collecting clothing tags as well... It's great to see another Paperclipping member's work!
linda from backtopaper.com

Karen Hanim said...

How fun to use your old tags. I am sure many years from now you will really appreciate this page!

Just a little bit Crafty said...

Using clothing tags is a brilliant idea. I agree with you when you say that it shows how quickly little ones grown.
Wonder if I should dare use this principal with my ever struggle with weight loss. LOL
Cheers, Irene