Posting about the galleries up for the design teams I am on reminds me how much scrapbooking I have done recently! This is good because February is the end of the trimester for me, and I have been busy grading and moving my desk; the teacher office areas are going away so that construction next week can create new classrooms for my expanding school, so I've had to move my materials to my room, which has no desk until next year.
Here's my pages that I made for Simple Scrapper. First is a page using a new sketch and an old story starter:
First, I love the colors. Can you tell I'm ready for spring? I couldn't find anything that seemed to work in my recent kits for this page, so I dug through my stash, which was highly satisfying. That embellishment cluster may be one of my favorite things. And then some details:
Stitching anything down makes it look good.
Next comes the page I made with a new story starter and an old sketch. Funnily enough, both my pages were about the Internet.
Yep, that's a picture of me and my husband from 20 years ago this year. I found it clearing out my desk to change rooms. Here's the details:
I used remnants of a kit along with stash for this page. The color combo, by the way, is one of my favorites.
Leftover stickers from October Afternoon Thrift Shop worked well thematically.
Thank you for visiting my blog today! I hope you go over to Simple Scrapper and check out their new gallery, along with leaving a comment on this blog post about a project you'd like to finish--that will give you a chance at a seat in the upcoming class called The Finishing Project starting this week Thursday! And if you don't get a seat, please consider the class; I don't know about you, but I have some unfinished vacation albums that could use a kick start.