Stitching, Flags, Flowers and Brads
Two things about this layout: I needed to finally scrap this picture and I wanted to use a
sketch I found on Pinterest. The paper used is So Happy Together by Echo Park:
A little secret about me as a scrapbooker...I am TERRIBLE about journaling.
See that journal box that is not written in - Uh Oh!!
I can totally relate about not journaling! I rarely journal on my layouts. "/ This is a really cute layout either way!ReplyDelete
Thanks Becky. Glad I am not the only one who leaves out journaling. Happy Sunday!Delete
Lovely layout! Great sketch too!ReplyDelete
And...I also love those papers! I have that petite paper pad and
I used it a LOT!
I totally understand you about "not journaling"..I'm the same...
I leave room for it on my layouts but always keep the journaling for ...
when I feel like it (doesn't happen often) HAHA I just like to create..
Have a great Sunday!!!
I am with you Lenny. Like to create. The picture tells the story or brings alive the memory for me. Thanks for stopping by. Happy Sunday!Delete
Such a pretty page and a great take on the sketch, Leslie. I've had this sketch printed out for some time but haven't used it yet. Thank you for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Thanks Lisa. I had a lot of fun with this sketch. It worked great for this picture and I am obsessed with flags/banners right now. Would love to see your layout when it's complete. Have a wonderful Sunday!Delete
Very pretty page. Great job with the sketch. I really don't enjoy journaling but always push my self to right something when I'm gone I want my kids to know the sorry behind the picture.ReplyDelete
Crystal, thanks for your kind words. I am going to remember what you said and try to journal more. It is about our kids knowing our thoughts and the story.Delete
Hi! New follower via Social Sunday! Love your blog!ReplyDelete
Thank you Pam. Do you like to scrapbook? I will stop by and visit you too!Delete
Very cute? How do you do the stitching? Is it with those handheld punture things or can you really sew things on a sewing machine?ReplyDelete
Hello. I did the stitching with a we r memory keeper tool. You could do stitching on a sewing machine but I haven't tried that yet. I have a very non-cooperative sewing machine.Delete
Awesome job with the sketch! Lovely colorful product choices!ReplyDelete
Thanks Debbie. So glad that you stopped by!Delete
Thanks for stopping by my site. I can't wait to start scrapbooking again and since I won a silhouette it will make it way more easy and fun! I love how you used the banners, I was trying to think of the best way to use them because I have some banner templates. I'll be your newest blogloving follower in a minute!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Leah. So glad that you found my blog. How cool that you won a silhouette. I would love for you to join our challenges or link up one of your creations on our Whimsical Wednesdays (twice a month). I look forward to connecting and sharing with you. I will be sure to visit your blog.Delete
This is awesome!! I am a Scrapbooker, too! Started since I gave birth to my daughter 17 months ago. :-)ReplyDelete
So much fun, but I haven't written in it yet, LOL. Just photos and stickers.
What a great idea this is! Definitely going to try this. Thanks for sharing.
Newest Bloglovin' follower here! :-)
Thank you for following. I enjoy connecting with other scrappers. Hope you were join our challenges or link up a scrapbook layout on Whimsical Wednesdays (twice a month). I look forward to seeing what you create.Delete
Love your results from the sketch! Great job! The colors really brighten up the picture. I'm not much of a scrapbooker, I'm more of a card/DIY kind-of girl. =)ReplyDelete
Hi Jolie. Thank you for your kind words. We love card makers too! People share cards on our color, sketch and Whimsical Wednesdays. Hope you will show of you creative work sometime.Delete