Saturday, February 25, 2017

DCWV February Stack-a-holic Challenges

     So excited to be able to play in these challenges and get creative.  When I thought Sequoia was to be our last grandchild, I decided to do a page-a-month album for her.  Her two little brothers get a lot of attention, just not on paper!  I had hopes of getting current with Sequoia's album before I had back surgery almost a year ago.  Then I fell way behind.  So, yay!  Another page!  From October, 2015, but I WILL GET CAUGHT UP!  Thank you, DCWV!  You are awesome!  I needed just the incentive I got from you!
     Here are both the scrapbook layout sketch and the card sketch.  I had fun with both!
  
     I like my scrap pages to tell a story, and this one tells a lot about our granddaughter.  Can you say "STRONG-WILLED?  The paper I used is mostly from the DCWV Kidlets Stack. The scissor blades are from the Card Stock Stack-Shimmer.
     Some of my favorite cards are ones that give you a punch line inside. That's what I went for here. The background is paper from the beautiful Samantha Rose Stack.  The sentiment is computer printed and embossed on the Card Stock Stack-Metallic.  (I'm going to do a separate post on that.)  The little girl is an svg from Apex Cuttable Designs, the leaves from Cheery Lynn Designs, and the cats from a Impressions Obsession die.  
I hope you like them.  Thanks for looking.  

10 comments:

  1. well done on both Suzi. glad you are able to get in some crafty time, Sorry to hear you are still struggling after your surgery. No fun. Hugs

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  2. Wow they are wonderful I am so glad to see your crafting again! Hang in there and keep crafting I know it makes your heart happy!

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  3. Wonderful!!!! So glad you are back!!!!

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  4. You know I love the layout! And I adore the card-you're right about punch lines. Think we all need all the humor we can get right now.

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  5. Love this! What an awesome layout, subject and title!

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  6. Love your work. The layout is awesome and a reminder of "those early days" with your granddaughter. The card sentiment is true, so very true. Great job!

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  7. Darling scrapbook page and I love the silhouette card. Great sentiment too. Well done!

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