5/28 Scrapbook Club Layout


It's been a while since I have pursued scrapbooking with the fervor I had when my kids were younger. But, I've decided it is time to start having some fun with it again and thanks to customer requests, I'm starting a scrapbook club which will meet once a month for six consecutive months. Of course all of the layouts will be on the generic side so that they can work with lots of different photographic occasions. This one can be considered nature oriented or possibly "manly" which works well for June Father's Day gatherings. This scrapbook double page spread is also part of my design team work for this week's Late Night Stamper Challenge which is to create a masculine card or project. I'm really happy with the way it turned out and hope that this will give you some ideas, too.


 
And, I also have to share a picture of a little visitor that we had last night. My customers and I were finishing up a Mini Accordion Album project when my daughter popped in to show us a sweet little bunny that she found in the yard. This little bunny went back into the wild a short while later, but it was fun to pet him and take a few pictures.

Have a great day and thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! Here are the supplies I used on this project:

Stamps: Sanded
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Sahara Sand, Always Artichoke, To the Nines Specialty Designer Series Paper
Tools: Big Shot Machine, Two Tags Die, Top Note Die, Naturally Serif Decorative Strip Die, Photo Corner Punch, Scallop Edge Punch, Scallop Circle Punch
Accessories: Kraft Corduroy Buttons, Linen Thread, Jumbo Brads, Sponges
Adhesives: Dotto to adhere the mats temporarily until the photos are fitted to them, SNAIL to assemble the pine trees, Mini Glue Dots to adhere the buttons, Tombow Multi Purpose Adhesive

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Comments

craftdbear said…
Your layout is absolutely fabulous. I've seen many layouts but this one really is gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing and the bunny was so cute.
Would you like some more bunnies??? Can I send a few your way??? Pesky things! But ... still adorably cute at this age! Love the idea of having a scrap book club! Perhaps I should do the same! As always ... heaps of ideas and inspiration when I visit Kay! Hugs xxAxx
kathleenh said…
I love the clean lines and colors for your masculine page!
Stacy said…
Great layout! I agree with Kathleenh - love the clean lines and simplicity!!