19 July 2011

Young Love

Hello
I really loved the sketch/challenge at Storyboard kits to celebrate their anniversary so I was eager to play along. I initially created a layout called Bubbles that some of you might have gotten a quick look of. I loved that particular layout so much, I submitted it to Scrapbooking Memories for consideration, not really expecting much as I have never been published. It was picked up by them and has since been removed from online and posted for the final consideration stage.

As a result, I was left without a submission for the competition, so I have finally had some time to create a new entry to the Storyboard challenge and I love this one too. I recently ordered a specific collection range from an online store but got the wrong one by mistake. I decided to keep it and am so glad I did. It was the Making Memories Paper Reverie collection and it worked perfectly for the idea I had in mind for this layout. This one was one of those random ones that I did not plan. The photos are from 2008 so I wasn't really considering them for a layout but they just worked well with the colours.




The other part of the challenge is to include one of the extra things on your layout as specified and in my case, I have used the dress pattern flower. I have also done very minimal journalling, so it kind of fits that criteria too, with the date below the title and the location written across the light coloured butterfly.



Materials: Making memories Paper reverie papers & butterflies; Kaisercraft Le chateau paper; American crafts thickers; Jillibean soup cardstock stickers & heart sugar pick; Scrapware chipboard flower; Other: crochet doily, dress pattern flower, stamped cardstock.

2 comments:

Kelly-ann said...

Lovely ... the flower is gorgeous! Congrats on your Layout making it so far in the publication process...fingers crossed for you :)

storyboard kits said...

Congratulations Holly!
http://storyboardkits.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/challenge-winnersand-guest-designer.html

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