Friday, February 10, 2012

10 on the 10th

Another month gone by already? That means it's time for Shimelle's 10 on the 10th again!

This month, I bring you another 10 crafty projects. Mostly layouts, with a card and a tag thrown in! Most of these were completed at a recent crop at my local scrapbook store, The Papercraft Clubhouse. Love that place, so had to give them a shout out!

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From my summer road trip with my niece and mom. Jillibean Soup paper,  Sketch Support sketch   

Another road trip layout! Basic Grey paper, Sketch Support sketch.

This was the page kit we received at the crop. Perfect for a picture of my sweet girl, Melody!

A Christmas layout, completed shortly after Christmas! Woo hoo! Crate Paper papers,  Sketch Support sketch  .

Summer scrapbook retreat! Basic Grey papers,  Sketch Support sketch  .

My niece, loving my dogs! Basic Grey papers.

Sarah "meets" Stephen Colbert! Authentique papers.

Fancy Pants papers. Scraplift of this layout by Sue Althouse of Life and Memories.

Simple Birthday Card...will be going in the mail today!

This was the make and take from the crop. Lots of Tim Holtz goodness here!


  1. Well, I am flattered by the scraplift and appreciate the shout out! You've showcased some wonderful layouts and a great collection of 10 things. Glad to see you are loving the Sketch Support sketches!

  2. You rocked those sketch support sketches. P.S. I love #9 and #10.

  3. Really lovely projects. Thanks for sharing x

  4. Fabulous layouts - just have to love those Sketch Support layouts. You've done a great job on all these layouts, especially the scraplift of Sue's layout.

  5. Fun post! I'm always so impressed when others share 10 scrapbook pages, because I'm lucky if I get to 2 in a month! :) Thanks for sharing!

  6. These are great - you really have been busy. Love the double spread ones.

  7. What a great collection of scrapbook pages! LOVE that first one with the butterfly embellishments!

  8. My my you've been busy. That's a lot of scrapping - I am especially impressed that so many are two page spreads. And I like that you used your page from the crop make 'n take too - sometimes it is not always easy to do that.