To prove that I do actually finish things, here are some of my recent layouts.
The first two have been sitting around half finished in the good old “in progress” file for longer than I care to admit.
|Autumn Leaves at the Botanical Gardens June 2010|
|Upside Down May 2010|
This is a direct scraplift of a layout I saw in a book I borrowed from the library a couple of years ago. I can’t remember the name of the book, but the designer of the layout is Tracey Odachowski. Take a look at the fancy cutting out there.
The third layout has also been sitting in the “in progress” file for a while, but only because I found the toilet training scrapbooking paper (yes, there is such a thing!) in my local shop and wanted to make sure I remembered to use it. I wasn’t going to use any photos, just the chart. Then I saw a Becky Fleck sketch that had a large photo with some small round photos/embellishments and thought it would look good to use some small photos as well to tell the story of our toilet training experience. The journalling is hidden behind the chart – the blue tab at the top is where you can pull it out.
|Toilet Training April 2010|
And two more just because I finished them:
Using some very old s.e.i papers.
|I can read May 2012|
I saw the pre-cut title for this page and knew it would be perfect for these photos, which were taken on Mothers Day this year. It’s based on a sketch from Creating Keepsakes magazine.