Saturday, July 14, 2012

Easter in July?




Hi everyone, welcome to Scrapbooking Saturday. Today, I am sharing a scrapbooking page that I made to go with my Project Life. I am sort of doing a hybrid Project Life for one thing I cannot remember to take pictures everyday and the other is that I do love traditional scrapbooking layouts so I have opted for a hybrid and a more laid back approach. Today, I am using parts of a pre-made kit that I had purchased before I started my scrapbook addiction. I kept the layout basically the same in terms of how the paper is laid out. I changed the picture layout so that I can fit more pictures. The kit had these thick chipboard letters. I try to keep my layouts flat so that my books can fit more pages so I decided to cut my letters out using the Kate's ABC's cartridge and the shadow feature. I used the cardstock that was left in the kit to cut the letters. I think that it turned out real cute.

I think the message here is to continue to find ways to use your stash and while you may not have the same style anymore, you can sometimes make use of your old products in your new projects.

Thanks for looking today.
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9 comments:

Kimberly Davenport said...

I'm hearing alot of good things about Project Life. These are really cute layouts. TFS!

cebelica said...

Very beautiful!

kim james said...

Very nice!

HappiExpressions-Carol said...

Beautiful LO!

Maria ODonnell said...

So cute. Love the layout.

Bridget said...

I think its really neat how you split your design element across the two pages. I love that when you do the two page lo. It really seems to make them into one big one, even in the scrapbook.

TFS!
Bridget
NermalJuly14@gmail.com

Sheri R said...

Good idea and cute Easter pics and layout!

Sheri R

sherii at cfl dot rr dot com

Marianne said...

What a great layout. And yes, with pics we can have Easter in July if we want! i just signed up to get your posts via email. Thanks for being a part of this hop!

mitziUNDERSCOREwanhamATyahooDOTcom

patty said...

This is a great idea you and you team have put together. Lots of great ideas.
Patty