Sunday, April 13, 2014

Kitty Scrapper 500+ Subbie Challenge

Oh my...I haven't blogged on here in a billion years. Well today I wanted to post a page that I did for Kitty Scrapper's 500+ subbies challenge on her YouTube channel.  You need to check her out.  Her haul videos and scrapbook process videos crack me up.  Anyway, on to the layout...

I made this layout using an old SEI kit that I have had in my stash for a VERY long time.  I was once a subscriber to their monthly layout kits many moons ago (I'm talking over 6 years ago).  Most of the items came from that kit.  I also used a few embellishments from My Mind's Eye and an embellishment pack (maybe Dear Lizzy).  The few enamel dots that I used are the ones I made using the Pearler beads (might have to put a post up about them, but there are lots of YouTube videos out there on how to make them).  The stamp set I used was from Studio Calico - Dog Lover's.  The stamp set also comes with several doggie stamps.

I am not sure if the background paper I used can be considered patterned or not.  It is not solid, but more of a water colorish look.  So in case this does quality as a patterned background, I have one more :).

This is a page I did with a Studio Calico kit that I got when they were selling the kits as grab bags around Thanksgiving/Christmas.  I am not sure which month this is from.  Many of the items are from the kit.  I also added some studio calico cork accents and some labels from my stash (printable from Studio Calico and Martha Stewart).  Thickers are from my stash as well.  The stamps are from an Ali Edwards stamp set (Technique Tuesday - Are We There Yet).  I also used the enamel dots that I made on this layout as well.

Hope you enjoyed the post and thanks Nancy from Kitty Scrapper for the challenge.  Got me to get those stamps out that I always want to use on a layout, but never think about.

Thanks for taking and look and Happy Scrappin'...until next time...

1 comment:

  1. Love both LO's thanks so much for entering my challenge, love the colours on your first one and the clusters are fab. The pattern combinations on your second are great too, and the photos are beautiful xx