Saturday, August 29, 2015


Yes...I did finally get it all done...
just in time to leave!  
What am I talking about?  
The wedding album of course!  

My previous posts have shown you a bit of the pages that were involved and here I will try to get in a few more.  I crammed so hard trying to finish that I just grabbed quick photos and now I have to put all the pieces together and figure out what different challenges they were for.

Here are a few pages that I know are for 
Turtle Soup.

The first is the scraplift for 8/6.  Here is the layout they chose for us to lift.

and here is mine-

and here is the chosen layout for Scraplift 8/13-

and mine-

(I chose to turn it upside down!)

And this one is for the 
Team A August Week 3 challenge 

and mine-

I really enjoyed working on this one. I love working with sketches by Bev Code.  She is so absolutely talented and her sketches are so much fun.  I wanted to highlight a few of the fun things I added.

Don't these flowers say wedding to you with the little pearl centers?

And banners always signify festivities - 
what could be more festive than a wedding?

And I love it when I find a good opportunity to use this die.  It is one of my favorites. It is just so delicate isn't it?

I am going to stop here for now and try and get my day in order...the guinea pig cage is stinking so cleaning the cage is priority #1 and then off to the shower.  

I have a LOT more to share with you though so please plan to stop back again soon!

I love reading your comments and hearing what you think about my creations so please do consider leaving one if you have a minute!  



  1. Yes you have been busy!! LOVE the blue and the title in the beach page!! And that throwback Thursday page is fun. Fabulous design that really brings out the pictures!!

  2. I love your page using Bev's sketch!! Thanks for sharing with us at LGS :)

  3. Love what you did with the sketch. Thanks for playing at LGS.

  4. I love the romantic side from this page, gorgeous blue & silver, .and the way you used the pearls....very lovely, thanks
    for sharing with us at LGS.