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It’s that time again – Scrappy Sunday – School Layout

For this Scrappy Sunday post I am still working on Milah’s school pictures.  This layout was done of her grade 3 picture.  I couldn’t find the one of her class but I had a few pictures of her with the Earth Care Club.  That was a huge part of her year and consumed alot of her recesses so I figured it was just as important to get in there.


I added some interest and texture by taking a strip of paper and folding it accordian style…

and I used a pearl for the period in Gr. 3…

 I was trying to use up stuff I had around the house so I can’t even tell you where any of the supplies are from.  I do know that the little trees are a two step stamping set from Stampin Up!  Happy scrapping everyone!

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Scrappy Sunday Layout

For today’s Scrappy Sunday layout I took my inspiration from Jen at The Scrapbox.  Every month she puts out an inspiration challenge in her newsletter then asks people to drop them by the store for all to see.  At the end of the month she does a draw for free stuff I believe, then you get your layouts and/or cards back.  Great idea!!!  Here is the one page layout that I used for this week…

This is what mine looked like…

I never do one page layouts so I turned it into a two page layout.

I thought I would continue to work on Milah’s school pictures.

A few close-ups of the embellishments…

The title and paper cut outs were done with my Cricut, such a handy machine!

Another layout done, WOOOO!!!


Scrappy Sunday

First off, the winner of the Websters Pages goodie bag is Tracey – “How about cutting your lovely paper into strips and place along the two pages”.  I will be sending that off to you tomorrow!!!

This week I decided to start getting caught up on Milah’s school pictures.  Here is what I came up with.

Now the pages separately so you can see them a little more close up.

I felt the background paper was a little too plain so I used a mask and took a sponge to my navy ink pad and applied it over the mask.  Then I removed the mask and voila!  Just a subtle detail that makes a huge difference.

Aren’t those antique brads to die for???  I got them from Stampin UP!