Time for my last reveal at Southern Girls Challenge Blog as they are changing their design team format. Can you believe I’ve been with them for 16 months! I’ve made lots of cool projects, and appreciate them giving this challenge newbie a chance.
The challenge this go round is to use white/cream – mint green and/or turquoise and coral and/or pink. I used an old Studio Calico Kit for my paper and embellishments from Doodlebug and the Freckled Fawn April Kit called Oh Deer Me to create this pocket letter. This is one of my favorite so far…right up there with the beach ones I did.
Today is also hubby and I’s ten year anniversary! So…if I can get 20 comments (ten for our marriage and ten more for ten more years) I will give away a prize. We’re so happy today so I want to share that with you. Until next time…Happy scrapping!
This is actually one of eight cards I created. I gave a one sheet wonder template a try and was completely stoked with my results. The paper is a from a Hampton Arts collection called Playlist…the exact paper is called Volume. I used this paper not only for the dots/spots, but because with all the different colors the cards can now be used for a male or female recipient.
The stamp is from a old CTMH collection stamped with Memento ink in Tuxedo Black. The punch is a standard scalloped circle, but I believe mine is from Stampin Up.
I hope you come join our dots and spots challenge, and I’d love to hear if you ever used a one sheet wonder template and what you thought of the results. Until Next time…Keep Scrapping!
Happy NSD all! We are totally excited that you’ve joined us this weekend for this extra special blog hop. SpiegelMom Scraps and the Southern Girls Challenge Blog owners and Design Teams have united and are aspiring to inspire YOU! This hop has such wide variety of paper crafting styles and media being used that it’s sure to knock your socks off. You should have arrived from Louise’s blog. Didn’t you love her project!?
For my project I created a family mini album for you. I created this from scratch starting with plain white cardstock, and will be used as part of a swap for the Facebook swap group a friend and I run. The papers are ones I’ve had in my stash for years…really trying to work on using those up! Here is a photo of the outside, and I have a video (here) for you of it all opened up.
Next up on the hop you should find Neha and her wonderful mixed media page. Before you go though please follow me using bloglovin, and I’d be over the moon if you’d follow my facebook page too…links are on the right hand side of the blog. Thanks so much for your comments and until next time…Keep Scrapping!