Thursday, March 20, 2014

Practical Scrappers Scrapping Our Stash Blog Hop

Welcome to the Practical Scrappers Blog Hop 
where we are Scrapping our Stash.

 We have a smaller list this month so it shouldn't be hard to check out all the fun!  In case you get lost along the way - here is the list!

Practical Scrappers Blog Hop List
Nicole Laha

For my project this month I knew I wanted to make use of some old GCD Studio papers that I had, but they were in a 6 X 6 inch pad.  So I needed to get creative.  I love to do grids and they seem to be really trending right now - so I went that route!  Here's the sketch I created to go with the layout:

And here's the actual layout!
Once I had created my grid I just pulled out my stash of die cuts and started pulling out ones that matched.  Somehow, miraculously, they came together to make this.  I was so excited watching as it all sort of just fell together! My final touch to help some elements pop a little more was to do some simple outlining.  I have been doing a lot of that lately, a lot!  I love the punch it gives to elements and since this fabulous hobby is all about doing what you love, why not?  

Supplies Used:
Patterned Paper: GCD Studios, American Crafts
Die Cuts: Pink Paislee, Elle's Studio, Jillibean Soup
Stickers: Pebbles Inc, Carta Bella, Bella Blvd
Wood: Studio Calico

As a Thank You for stopping by I am doing a giveaway! 
 Here's what I am going to be giving away:
One sheet from each pattern in this line and a pack of coordinating bakers twine from The Twinery.


You can do any of the following to enter:
1) Be a follower here (see the sidebar)
2) Become an email follower (see the sidebar)
3) Follow me on Bloglovin
4) Become a fan on my facebook page

Leave me a comment letting me know which you did so I can make sure and enter you the correct number of times!

Now hop on over to Claude's Blog


15 comments:

Erin Morehouse said...

funny, I was just outlining on a page today, haven't done it in a long time! I love how this page has a softness, but it still kind of pops in a way.

wendipooh13 said...

ahhhh what a lil cutie!!! love the papers your used too!!!

Majken Pullin said...

Love the sketch and love the layout!! I must now go try outlining.... ;)

Jen said...

Very cute layout! I love the sketch too! Thanks for the inspiration on using 6x6 papers!

TeenaBugg38 said...

I follow you on blog lovin I think :) I love your layout too!!!

Lee-Anne said...

I just adore those papers and that layout is too cute! I am already a follower.

Marcia Dehn-Nix said...

This is fabulous Christine! I love your sketch. The grid design is awesome! What a great idea.

Lisa P said...

Fabulous sketch. I really like your cute title too. What a sweetheart he is!

Ange said...

Your layout is adorable! Love the grid design, colors and all the fun embellies you used. Super cute photo too.
I follow you here, by email and on fb. Thanks!

Sherri said...

already a follower. Love your page. I like the blocked look

Alison Day said...

Love this layout! As someone with a now publicly confessed "problem" with hording 6x6 paper pads, this sketch is just perfect for me!! Thanks!

Sue D said...

I like your choice of papers on this fabulous grid layout.
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scrapperjen said...

Gorgeous layout! I love your use of the sketch.

Janis said...

Such an adorable LO. What a sweetie! What a great choice of papers for this project.

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Iris said...

Sweet layout - adorable baby and I love all the different paper patterns.
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