Thursday, March 19, 2009

Layouts #18-19: Tallulah Gorge

One great thing about CTMH and the products is that you can create artwork and preserve memories at any skill level. These four layouts use some of our "basic" products that truly let you create a scrapbook page (or four!) faster, simpler, easier.
I used two of the the Emporium Level 1 scrapbook kit. (It includes 4 preprinted layouts, 2 sheets of cardstock, 2 sheets of B&T patterned paper, and 2 sheets of My Stickease adhesive artwork.) I ended up not using the included My Stickease alphabet stickers because I needed way too many "l"s. Instead, I used my Extreme Caps alphabet stamps because I didn't have to worry about running out of letters, plus it has numbers.

The other two pages were created with one of our Photo Storage Pages. These 12"x12" page protectors have six horizontal pockets to hold up to twelve 4"x6" photos. These are especially great when you have a lot of photos you want to preserve. (I have seen some knock-'em-dead art created with these, but mine tend to be pretty simple.) You'll notice that I used several of the pockets for journaling blocks. I had fun mixing up the fonts using my alphabet stamps The Works and Chocolate Alphabet (Large & Small).

4 comments:

Sarah said...

These layouts rock.
I didn't think I would like level 1s BUT they are great. Those photo storage pages are soooo useful too.

Sandy B and Dick said...

Looks mighty fine! I am working on my order for this weekend:)...xoxoxo

Joy said...

These look even better "in person" than they do in the photos. The paper is perfect with those pictures!

chunkygal said...

I Love that. What did you end up with for your title on your hula hoop page?
DQ

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails