Thursday, July 11, 2013

MFTSCRAP9 Scrapbook Page

          Here it is already the 11th of July, and I am still wondering what happened to June.  I thought I would share a scrapbbook page that I did for this month's MFT scrap sketch.  I also used the Magical Masking Tape Technique on it to add some interest.  I had been wanting to do that on a page.  This  page was also inspired by Cheryl's Variety challenges on SplitcoastStampers. One was  Umbre- to use graduated color technique and the other was to use gray for a main color.  I found these old school photos of my sis and cousins, and thought I wanted to scrap them.  I thought it kind of had a heritage school look.  I love stitiching when I see other people do it, so I did that on this page.  I just stitched the gray right to the black paper!
It is fun just to try new things.  I hope I have inspired you to scrap! :)

         Credits:   7Gypsies, Savannah Collection
                         MFT Dienanmics Mini Pennants
                         SU! Alphabet Die
                         Assorted inks for color blocking


9 comments:

  1. cute page. love the stitching . have a great day

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    1. please turn off the verification , you can set it for approval first instead. sometimes they are hard to read

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  2. Very nice page! I haven't done a page in a while, maybe ill do some pages next week.

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  3. Sharon, I LOVE it! I think that it turned out great. Love the whole vintage feel.

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  4. I love this...realistic looking as in "OLD TY
    PE" scrap booking...

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  5. Great page, I have tons of 'cousin' pics to do something with for my mom.

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  6. Love your layout. I haven't seen the MFT Sketch for this, but it's fabulous what you created and the photos are just perfect for it.

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  7. Stopping by to say Happy Thursday!

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  8. i love the stitching . you may think its nothing but to someone who cant sew. its amazing . I cant sew fabrics much less paper . terrific and simple way to add color to your page

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