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Monday, December 29, 2014

"Merry Christmas 2013" Layout

Happy Monday everyone!!!
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends!

Today I am up on the 
sharing a layout I created inspired by this month's
Sketch Challenge
Loved that the "Stash" element of the Sketch Challenge for this month was to use up some of the older product in your stash. 
Well, it's that time of year to make room for some of the upcoming CHA releases and the scraps and papers I had left from WRMK's "Peppermint Twist" 2011 collection, were perfect for these sweet photos of my great-nephews. 
I had to scale down the elements of the sketch to enable me to use the large 12 x 12 die cut, which worked out just fine. 
Of course I loved working with the sketch, mainly because it was quick and easy and the other reason, I designed it! LOL

The challenge ends tonight, but make sure you stop by for our sketch challenge next month at 
Scrap Our Stash.   Each month starting in January we will be featuring a Guest Sketch Artist along with a sketch created by the artist, exclusively for Scrap Our Stash!   
And...the first of each month we also host a Stash Challenge!

Also entering this layout in to the following challenge:
December Color Combo Challenge  ~ S4All
Wrap It Up Challenge ~ Scrap it Girl

Have a Safe and Happy New Year Celebration!!!!

6 comments:

  1. Love your layout! Great design and the papers work so well together. Thank you for joining us at Scrap It Girl! :)

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  2. Thanks for playing along at Scrap It Girl.

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  3. Absolutely adorable page! Thanks for joining us over at Scrap It Girl!!!

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  4. Great layout! Fun, colorful and also great use of the sketch! Thanks for playing along with Scrap It Girl!

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  5. What a beautiful and adorable LO Brenda! Fantastic details and cute pics.Thanks for playing along with us at Scrap It Girl!

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  6. Love how you scaled it down to fit that awesome die cut background paper

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