Monday, September 24, 2012

Layout Share: "This Way to Grade Seven"

Elliot is already in 7th grade, how does that happen? How can he almost (gasp) be a teenager. Starting his second year of Middle School, so much more confidant than last year. So much more sure of himself. So much taller. Such a great student and friend. I could not be any prouder of my first born, who still kisses and hugs me in front of people. I just love this kid.

Here is my layout:



Products Used: 
  • Studio Calico September Main Kit (Central High)
  • Studio Calico Monroe Mistable Thickers
  • Studio Calico printable files for Central High (September kit)
  • Mister Huey in Bookworm and Honor Society
  • October Afternoon Cakewalk Washi Tape
  • Trendy Tape Filmstrip Washi
  • Ink-Hero Arts Shadow Ink in Red Royal, Orange Soda, and Butter Bar. Hero Hues Dye Ink in Ocean, and Memento Dye Ink in Pear Tart.
  • Fiskars paper punch
  • Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher

What have you guys been up to this past week? Any fun creative projects you would like to share? Do you use kits to scrapbook and if so what are your favorites? What do you like to add to kits, or do you just stick to the kit? I would love to hear any and all news.

Happy Monday!

Toni

23 comments:

  1. Amazing color! I love it!! It's so much fun!

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    1. Thank you so much, I just adore color!

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  2. Love the way that you used the days of the week stamps!

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    1. Thank you, I wasn't sure how it would turn out, but I really like it.

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  3. Love the colored day of the week stamps!

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    1. Thanks Brenda, I was excited that it actually turned out okay!

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  4. Love how you used the arrows and stamps.

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  5. Great job Toni! Love the different colored arrows, they're perfect.

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    1. Oh thank you lady, I am loving the new Mister Huey colors in the Yearbook collection-they are all so saturated and lovely.

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  6. I love the number 7 and embellishment cluster. As for kits, i love to make my own and of course use my monthly SC kit.

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    1. Thank you, a lot of the designers and members were cutting out the numbers and using them that way, I just had to try it too. That is so cool that you like to make your own kits, it is fun, isn't it, and what a great way to make sure to use up some scrap pieces instead of hoarding them.

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  7. Great layout! Love those colorful arrows!

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    1. Thanks Sheri, what a thoughtful comment.

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  8. still kisses and hugs you in public? he's a gem!! tell him i said so!

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  9. Love all the colours and the arrows, such a fun back to school page.

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  10. Great layout! Love it all. So happy I found your blog. I have a question about the printables for the September SC kit. I did not get them and did not realize they would be gone. I am so upset I missed out. I am mainly looking for the journal cards. Any ideas for me on how I could get a copy? Thanks! Brandiwhite@comcast.net

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  11. Thanks Brandi, I will check into that for you.

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