Made another layout with my CFC kit, this time a double pager! We were in Florence Oregon and the boys rented quads and went out into the sand dunes for some fun. They had a great time, although it was a bit worrysome at the time! Krysten and I went into town and had a look around there, what a great little village. Maybe get back there one day.
Here’s the left side.
And the right. I used up all those little screw looking brads on this layout so that was great to do!
And yes, that’s old Cosmo Cricket gears and cogs you see there. Apparently I hoard it 🙂
Here is the first layout I’ve made with this months CFC kit. March seems to be flying by far faster than I expected, and my scrappy time seems to be less this month. Oh well, still a page done, I’m happy about that.
A couple more layouts done. I’m pretty happy about this. I am a slow scrapper, a very slow scrapper. I’m not sure what I do, but boy oh boy it takes me a long time to do a layout. This time I have done a double pager, but not in my usual style. All these photos were taken at the corn maze, and they will go side by side in the album, and they match, but they don’t. I usually use the same background paper to run across both pages, I haven’t done one like this with the same paper but different colours before. I only had one piece of each of these in my kit, so I tried it. What do you think?
and then this one
I used the “pharmacy labels” as journaling tags, tucked in behind the “today” card. I did use up that piece of lace yay! And some of the little word chipboard pieces. You can see that here.
I also cut some of the paper I made and used that as embellishments. On an earlier post you can see how made this paper, I just cut out a few of the hearts, put pop dots behind them and used them as embellishments. I also added a little wood veneer clip and some more counterfeit enamel dots. I like the different textures this brings to the page.
This last photo is just of a chipboard flower and then I used a couple of leaves I made for the “change the colour” challenge.
chipboard and leaves.
I hope you are playing along with CFC
. If you are a slow scrapper like me, it might help you too. When I have this kit made up, I am not looking through every single supply to find something. I know these things will all go together, and it will be just fine. Its certainly worth giving it a try.