I did a duplicate of this one so I could send it to my MIL. So I have now idea what this paper is called. I got in the clearance isle at JoAnn's. And I scraplifted the layout from a magazine. Whoo Hoo Branching out!
Layout # 25 is a CTMH Layout, done a year ago and I just slapped on some photos from the recent father/son Campout. All products are CTMH on this one since it was a Club Layout. The paper is CTMH Sarsaparilla.
Here is a scraplift. I am not too happy with the background paper, but the rest I like, though I think I should have done the black swirls in dark Brown. The Paper is Making Memories Chelsea's Place and all the cut outs were done on my slice. And some Basic Grey Buttons.
Here is one I finished this morning from Last nights CTMH Club Night. Pictures from a 2003 trip to CA. This is paper I got from Michaels in the bins. We went to Buffalo Bills Grave and they had a place where you can dress up. So I had the pictures done in Sepia to give it that old time feel. Here is my challenge project that Ann and I were to do. Requirement was to have at least one big circle. So here is mine. And look, it isn't a CTMH Formula layout. I am starting to branch out a little. There will be three more layouts from the Buffalo Bill adventure.
Good Morning, ... well I guess its been morning for a while now, but the sun is up and we are still working away. I can't remember the last time I stayed up all night!! At least its for a good reason. This LO is made from My Mind's Eye. I really enjoyed creating this one!!
Layout # 15- "Yeah It's That Good. Not sure what paper this is, but the stickies are from CTMH, Rough N' Tumble and some from Ann's stash.
Layout # 16- "Home Sweet Home" Paper is from the racks at Michael's.
Layout # 17- American Sparkle (1) I made one of these for my mom. Paper is CTMH-Blue Ribbon. Title Cut from my Slice (c). I added some cute 4th of July stuff from Ann's stash (thanks again, Ann). They are from Oriental Trading.
Layout #18- American Sparkle(2)
Layout #19 "Scenic Byways" Not sure about this paper either. Borrowed some stamps from Ann and leaf punch outs.
Layout #20 "7 Things TO Celebrate. CTMH Paper- Good Times. I also used the Level 2 "My Stickease" from the same set. Cut Out letters with Slice Machine, Noteworthy Card.
Layout #21- "I Love Grandma" Here is my MIL. CTMH Paper- "Perfect Day" Level 2 "My Stickease" used as well as the new CTMH Rub Ons, CTMH Chocolate Grosgrain Ribbon.
As you can tell, I am not a chronological scrapper, I scrap what I want, when I want, I just put them in the right albums when I am done. Later I will reorganize the album pages, until then I am happy with this way of doing it!! Paper used is from Melissa Frances.
With this one I found the paper I wanted to use, located some photos to match, then created it. The background paper is Basic Grey - blush, and the rest is ....at this time.... my favorite paper, K&CO.
So this is Layout number 14. It is CTMH Paper. Can't remember the name of the paper but it is from last summer or the summer before. Some prima flowers, buttons. Simple, but just wanted to get it done.
Well, H and I have decided since her hubby is off camping with the boys, that we would stay up all night and scrap, so there will be a few more additions this weekend. Bazzill and Sandylion paper used on this one!!!
Wendy Ann is a SAHM, cousin of Heather's. I have one child still at home, but 7 between my husband and I. I have been scrapbooking for years, actually began in High School, I won't tell you how long that is. :) . I love to scrapbook. I like to make layouts, mini books, paper bag albums, cards, ATCs'. I love to read, I average 35-45 books a year. I also paint watercolor. And love to cross stitch, which has been years since I have done a project.
Heather is a Stay at home, Homeschooling mom of four who has to be very creative in sneaking in her Scrapbook time. She loves to knit, crochet and spin yarn. Heather is now teaching a monthly make and take class for her church women's group. In addition to her hobbies she is an avid scouter and observer of nature. She is working on Wood Badge in BSA and is a budding naturalist and during the summer she leads a nature school within our homeschool group. You can find her as a contributing writer on Exploring Colorado and Beyond and TJED-Mothers.
This year you will also see some of my non paper crafts as crafty does not have to mean paper crafting. Things like my knitting and other stuff... we'll see.