My daughter, Sarah, celebrated her 2nd wedding anniversary in June. We are still working on her wedding pictures. We are on album #3.
This is the layout she and I worked on together and finally finished.
I don’t usually do this kind of block layout, but I think it turned out nicely.
Week 6. Still hanging in there and so are 3 others. The sketch for this week:
These were the other rules to follow:
1. Stay true to the sketch.
3. Use a border punch.
4. Use at least 2 hand-made flowers.
5. Use bling.
At least we started out with a two page layout and the extras seemed easy enough to follow. So here is what I came up with.
I wasn’t really sure I liked it, but I followed all the rules and stayed true to the sketch. After I submitted my layout for the challenge Sarah and I decided to play around with it and this is what we did. Now this, I liked. More my style.
Which do you like better?
Week 3 of the Last Scrapper Standing. Here is the sketch layout that needed to be followed. We are down to 8 challengers.
The following needed to be used on the layout:
2 Different Patterned Papers
Handmade Flower or Embellishment
Ribbon or Lace
2 + Photos
At first I didn’t know what to do with this sketch. But after I picked my photos and paper it came together pretty easily. I like the end result.
And I had to have the second page to go with it, of course.
We stopped in Deerfield, MA, on our way home from our Boston trip to visit this beautiful Bridge of Flowers.
This is the layout sketch for week 2 of Last Scrapper Standing. There are 9 of us still going after week 1.
We needed to include at least 3 of the following:
This is my layout. I had so much fun making this. I just love the bright colors and the flower paper. I used embossing on the mat, butterflies, ribbon across the bottom half, and a flower in the girl’s hat besides the flower paper.
And of course I finished up by adding a second page.
When we were planning on stopping at the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory, my daughter Lucy was not impressed. For some reason she was afraid of butterflies. As you can see, by the end of the visit, butterflies were no longer scary. Grandma helped her get over her fear.