This layout was created for the Use it or Lose it Challenge. The challenge is to use inchies. I found a sketch from Page Maps that I liked and went from there. I pulled out this Tickled Pink paper that was a special from way back. I liked it so much that I ended up with extra so it was a good piece of my stash to use. The ribbon is from the Designer Ribbon Pink Collection. The die-cut flowers were stamped with the I Am stamp set (all part of the Tinkled Pink special). The border was created with the Corner Rounder and the brads were from my stash. The metal word by Making Memories added a nice contrasting title.
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The Sonoma Workshop on the Go Kit includes:
Sonoma Level 2 Paper Packet ($9.95)
My Acrylix® Sonoma Workshop ($13.95) (stamp set is exclusive to this workshop kit)
Mini-Medley Accents Pewter Collection ($4.95)
Colonial White Cardstock (2 sheets) ($.98)
Workshop Guide ($1.00)
Here are my pages:
This is my most favorite paper from the 2011 Fall/Winter Idea Book! After completing the pages and cards, I just keeping looking at them because they are so beautiful. I was excited about this pack because we had just taken family photos (doesn’t happen very often) and I knew they would go perfect with this paper pack! The above layouts are from the workshop. I swapped out the background on the one and used Olive Cardstock and used the backside of the B&T that I was supposed to use to create the layouts below. I used paper and embellishments that were leftover from the workshop and bonus project materials.
Come back tomorrow to see the beautiful cards that you can create as the bonus project to this workshop.
Would you like to attend my Sonoma Workshop on January 27? Order by January 6 to save on shipping or order anytime and complete on your own.
Supplies used: Papers by Close to My Heart, Daisy Hill Metal Accents, Making Memories Charmed Photo Corner, unknown alphabet stickers, Making Memories charms, CTMH hinge, CTMH brads, and Bazzill Ribbon.
The Scrap Our Stash Challenge this month is to do ANYTHING! I learned that with the business of the holidays that is exactly what we should strive for, just get done whatever you can and consider it an accomplishment! Go check it out and take the challenge for yourself.
It’s hard to believe that Miranda will be one year old soon. She was the only child of ours who sucked her thumb and it was just so stickin’ cute!