Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tickling is NOT just for kids!

Tweet This!Wrapping up the wedding layouts on my blog makes me proud to announce to you that I am done scrapbooking our wedding! All the way from the bridal shower to the reception is scrapbooked, blogged and stored nicely in … Continue reading

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Creative Favs! Friday Features 6/29

Tweet This! If you looked at the last 5 items that you created, would you find similarities throughout them all? Are there items you are grabbing each and every time that you know you couldn’t scrap/create without? Today I want … Continue reading

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SFYTT June 2CuteInk Hedgie

Tweet This!This month I wanted to keep as close to possible as the sketch as I was able to for SFYTT. The central focus of the sketch is a circular focal point. I printed off my digital Hedgie the Hedgehog … Continue reading

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1 Sketch: 2 Designers Start to Finish

Tweet This! Are you ready for a fun Start to Finish that begins with a sketch given to two scrapbookers? This week, I found the following sketch on the Echo Park blog that I decided would be fun to challenge … Continue reading

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Traditions are Full of Love

Tweet This!Last week Shimelle Laine posted on UK Scrappers a Start to Finish featuring a vertical set of photos and limited patterned paper for a layout. I joined in on this challenge and grabbed some of my scraps to work … Continue reading

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Good Times Never Feel So Good…

Tweet This!Like I mentioned last week, Shimelle Laine is full of inspiration for scrapbooking. She continues to produce a new Starting Point regularly for scrappers to use as a base for a layout in their scrapbooking. No two ever look … Continue reading

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Negatives aren’t always negative!

Tweet This!Studio Challenges issued a challenge featuring negatives. “You could use actual photo negatives, negative space, or even negative pieces from your stickers, punches or die-cuts.” So, I took the challenge head on and was able to incorporate it into … Continue reading

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