My layout features lovely flocked paper by recollections! I love this paper. Actually the whole pad of paper was fantastic. I made paper roses from a sheet of scrap paper that I had distressed.
The photos show are little walk from Union Station to Busch Stadium in St. Louis on a gorgeous sunny day. I love all of these photos, they provide great memories for me because this day was PERFECT!
Distress inks: by Tim Holtz Peeled Paint, Iced Spruce, Dusty Concord
Beads from my cross stitch box
flocked paper by Recollections
Wander tag by Tim Holtz
Purple patterned paper by Creative Memories
Green leaves cut from scraps of creative memories paper
Purple paper by Bazzil
Thinking of you card made for a friend who has just recently lost a loved one. This card makes me happy, and I hope it does the same for her.
Distress inks by Tim Holtz in Peeled paint and Dusty Concord
Flowers by Recollections and Creative Memories
Purple flower painted by my very own Michelle's Musings Purple Mountain Majesty paint
Purple buttons from a nightgown I had as a child
Green buttons by Boxer Scraps
Seed beads from my cross stitch box
Wire from a spool I have had since 1993
Green paper by Creative Memories
Gray paper by Hobby Lobby open stock
Thinking of you stamp by Heidi Grace
Purple ribbon from my jars
Thinking of you card #2
This card was made because I had papers left and I am NOT adding to my scrapbin right now, only taking from it. So I had no choice but to use all the papers. The papers are the same as listed above the only new product used here is the flower stamp which is by Heidi Grace and the trim which is by Westrim Crafts.
Thank you card
I wish I knew who made the Thanks stamp, I picked it up somewhere, if you know please tell me. All papers are the same (again these are left overs). New products used is a buckle by JoAnn's, purple ribbon from a package I received once, and green ribbon from a Sam's scrapbook basket.
This was a fun challenge. If you are into challenges I suggest you try CR84FN. A new exciting bundle of fun every two weeks.