Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Blowing Bubbles Layout

Hey y'all!

I'm back with another layout for Scrap it With a Song which features some pictures from my recent trip to Texas. Our challenge for this week is "Blowin' in the Wind" by Bob Dylan.

Lately I can't get enough of the "Walnut Grove" collection by Pebbles Inc. This is my second Texas layout with this line and I also made another layout before that. I also squeezed out a card with it. So it was no surprise that when I went to pull out my leftovers to make this new layout, this is what I managed to come up with.

Luckily, I found a sketch on the Sketch with Color blog featuring strips of paper. And so the challenge of squeezing out a third layout was on!

Journaling: "It was the day before Lauren's wedding. We were all gathered together for breakfast and Lauren, Ava and I stepped outside to blow some bubbles. It was a sweet moment that I'll always treasure."

And I did it!

I managed to create this layout by using the patterned paper for strips and choosing a kraft background. I found that cloud stamp in the dollar bin at Michael's and I was excited to use it.

Sad to say now I am REALLY down to the bare minimum of my latest favorite collection. I think that means it's time to do some more shopping!

Thanks for reading!

Linking up to:
Sketch with Color: April 15th Challenge  (Thanks for the perfect sketch and color palette!)
Scrap Your Story: Challenge #9 Journaling (Thanks for encouraging me to journal!)



lenny said...

Oh beautiful layout!!
Love the design, the embellies, ...everything!! Awesome job, Becky!

Val Thorpe said...

Great layout. gorgeous colours and I love the title. Thanks for playing along with SYS.

Kátia Cris said...

Becky, thank you for joining us.
Lovely work! Congrats!

Christy said...

I LOOOOVE the paper strips! :) Thanks for joining us on our journaling challenge this week at Scrap Your Story!! :) :) :)

Andrea said...

I love the mix up of alphas! thanks for playing at SYS!

Leslie Germain said...

I just love this layout!!

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