Hello, Hello! It's been a busy week so far and I haven't had a chance to share a few layouts that I was able to create on International/National Scrapbook Day! I got together with some lovely ladies to scrapbook and have some good conversation. I didn't go too prepared, but I was able to get the foundations of my layouts done with photos, and then I added the extra fun touches to them when I got home.
My first layout was created for a challenge over at Disney Scrappers. The challenge was to scrap a parade or show. You were to also use pixie dust, in the form of enamel dots, confetti, sequins or glitter. And you needed to use a quote or phrase from that parade or show on the layout.
I chose this sketch to use for my layout from Alison Davis's blog:
The photos were from the Pixar Block Party Bash at California Adventure during Disneyland's 50th Anniversary back in 2005. I used patterned papers from the My Mind's Eye/Boy Crazy collection as well as some Mickey paper from Paper Pizazz.
This next layout was also created for a Disney Scrappers challenge. This challenge was to use a sketch, (there were two to choose from), and to a large photo. The sketch was created by Susan Stringfellow from Sketch Savvy.
I have to admit I redid my first take on this layout. My title was too crowded my first go around. But I'm much happier with this take. The patterned papers are from the Simple Stories/Vintage Bliss collection. The castle shaker box is from EK Success.
I had the photos and the sketch from this layout pulled quite awhile ago, but never got around to picking out the products. The sketch is from the now defunct challenge site Simple Sketches. So I decided to go ahead and create it just for fun.
And lastly, this layout was created for my Big Picture Classes workshop Stash*Busters Anonymous. (I actually created it a week ago, just haven't been able to share it until now). The stash item we were concentrating on busting was journaling spots, labels or tags. I took a bunch of Colorbok Antique Paperie journaling spots and K&Co. Kelly Panacci die cuts and layered them up to frame the photo and embellishment clusters. The patterned papers were all scraps in my scrap box. Yeah!
Well there you have it. I have enjoyed seeing all the layouts that all of you have created for various challenges during iNSD. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for stopping by and taking a look at all mine. Have a great rest of your week, and keep scrapping!