Thursday, November 12, 2015

11/12/15 -"A Dirty Snout and Clowns"

 
Hello and Happy Thursday to you!

Just dropping off a couple of layouts I recently created!
I need to prove to you that I'm still scrapbooking after all my 'big talk' about getting my mojo back!!
LOL, JK!

But I did and I have so I would like to share.
Both layouts were created for Scrapbook.com Challenges (click on images to enlarge):
 
"You Look Dapper"
Top journaling strips; "Hey Grammy(*)...Do I have something on my face?"
Bottom journaling(under the title):
"The way Hamlet typically looks after being outside."
 
 
(*) Hamlet belongs to Madison, a reward for doing so well in school, so I am his "Grammy" AKA "Grandma".
For the "November Scrap Your Pet" challenge.
No twist (chevrons).

 

"Are You Scared?"
Journaling: "Halloween 2014: Adam and Jessica joined us in scaring
trick-or-treaters this year.
Left to right: Adam, Joseph, Jessica, Madison, and David"
  

For the "November Ugly Paper" challenge.
The ugly paper is the B&W BG and the white paper with the different colored sunbursts (large circle behind the group photo and there's a piece poking out of the top of the green BG).


The ugly papers weren't really that difficult to work with since, to me, they weren't ugly at all.
I also used two of the embellishments that were given to me: the brown & white decorative circles at the top left and bottom right of the layout.


 

4 comments:

  1. Great layouts! I am in love with Hamlet. He could not be cuter. Those scary clowns... (shudder). And I agree that those aren't ugly papers. You got off easy on that one!

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  2. Love love love these!! Hammy is just ADORABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Two fabulous pages!! LOVE how you used Dapper Dan for Hammy!! And the clown page with the colors and fun title is perfect!!!

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  4. Those clowns are scary!!!! Great layouts though (despite the scare factor--haha!)

    Thank you for sharing :D Keep that Mojo going :)

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