Back to School

Welcome to the Club Scrap Artist Team Blog Hop.  This month it's back to school for many households. Join us on the hop to see what this talented team has created for this event.  If you've arrived here from the very talented Donna's blog you're in the right spot. Make sure you start at the beginning to see what Karen has created for you. 

When I first spotted this luscious gold paper in the Sunflower collection all I could think about was using it for my niece or nephew. They are the shining stars in our families! The gold tones are perfect for a sepia toned layout. At first I was at a loss for what I could use as embellishments for back to school. In my "Stash of Randomness" drawer I found a library pocket and book check out slip that just needed some ink to blend with the sepia tone. This file folder dates back to 2007 from the Academy collection. That's how deep my "Stash of Randomness" drawer is!

Club Scrap papers, stamp, library pocket, card, file folder and paper clips. Paper torn from binder. Burlap. Unknown wooden stars. 

Thank you for joining us today. Please continue on to see what spectacular project Tina has created for you.


Comments

  1. What a great poage, love the sepia color!

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  2. What a great way to document the first day of school, and what a handsome nephew!

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  3. This is cool, I love the sepia tones with the gold!

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  4. Lisa, this is fantastic! Great use of the library card pocket and all the grungy elements!

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  5. What a great " back to school" LO! Those embellies are perfect! Sometimes it pays to be a stash hoarder! ;)

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  6. Great layout - and I think my drawer of randomness is as deep as yours - LOL

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  7. awwww, Lisa, that's so sweet! Love the random stuff on the page. Somehow you manage to make it not look so random.

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  8. Love how you made this page feel vintage! Love all the elements used.

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  9. Love the embellishments and your "stash of randomness"! I may have to borrow that.

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