Hey there! I have been taking full advantage of my Scrappy Fridays this month. It's what I call my "day off". I catch up on TV from the weekend, and scrap until the kiddos get home from school. It's really quite helpful in clearing my head at the end of the week.
A friend of mine recently joined the team at The ScrapRoom. I like to support my friends and of course, small scrappy businesses. I don't subscribe to the kit club, but I can help get the word out. This is something I did yesterday using their sketch for the Guest Designer Sketch Challenge.
Although the sketch called for two photos, I wound up using only one. I had two, but they didn't work well together, throwing the whole thing off. Fortunately, this sketch allows some flexibility. I flipped it on it's side, centering the single photo and it turned out well. I used a square matte instead of the circle, also simplifying my embellishments. Lastly, I flagged the ends of the paper strips to give it some more interest.
My son and I both love to read. Two days after moving across the country, we found the library, signed up for library cards, as well as summer reading programs. I could barely find the market, but I could find the library. That's a priority if there ever was one.
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Supplies: CS-American Crafts, PP, stickers, chipboard, alpha-Bella Blvd, wood pieces-Lawn Fawn, Studio Calico, enamel dots-MME, flair-October Afternoon, mist-Studio Calico, stitch template-Bazzil, thread-DMC