Tuesday, April 27, 2010

No wonder my sister never wanted to play checkers with me.

So, here's a simple little layout from my time in Newfoundland last summer.

This was the only foggy day in my whole two weeks there. I was starting to think they made up all that "fog" stuff.Luckily, a friend who was at the crop last weekend is from St. John's and offered me this gorgeous map paper. I added some crystals and a journaling card from the April Paper Poppy kit, as well as a Prima flower, a Chatterbox make-your-own brad, and some Bo Bunny alphas.
Quickest. Page. Ever. But it upped my number of layouts completed this weekend.

First counting a double-pager as two layouts, and now this. I'm such a cheater.

8 comments:

  1. Sooo cute. I love the flower.

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  2. Hey, a page is a page, no matter how simple!
    I'm adding this to my inspiration folder, I LOVE the title in the corner like that!!

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  3. I think this is my favorite layout of yours yet!

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  4. I LOVE this simple and yet totally beautiful LO. Sometimes the simple ones have the most impact!! That paper is amazing and how kind of that lady to offer it to you. I love how you put the title on the journaling spot! I don't think that you are cheating on your LO counts!!! LOL It is so much fun getting to see the fruits of your labour! I'm hoping to scrap today. :)

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  5. really pretty layout!! I love it!!

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  6. Hi Teri! Ooh, another crop! Very exciting!! Did you take a peek at PP reveal? It is soooo amazing!! I put in my order. :) Have a great day tomorrow!! :)

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  7. Love this layout...and don't ya love it when you can crank them out fast?

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  8. I swear I have GOT to get me some rhinestone swirly do-jiggies. I love them and see them all over. I'm jealous.

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