Sunday, August 5, 2012

Summer Sisters! By: Ms. Pebbles

Hello everyone! :)
Today I want to share a layout I did of myself and one of my sisters using the Country Drive collection by Echo Park

The 12x12 and 11.5x11.5 background paper is just a couple of pieces from my stash. I used my eCraft Purpleberry to cut a 8x8 circle from the Flutter By piece in the pack and then I cut a 8.5x8.5 piece of white card stock to border it.

The picture was taken a few summers ago but I'm just now getting around to scrapping it! This particular summer, we did almost everything together like we were teenager again!

 The Alpha Stickers and quote stickers that came with the collection works perfect on the cut out Journaling Cards in the handwriting is terrible! :) I used one of my Color Me Crazy flowers in the corner but left it white and just added a large gem I had in my stash and made a stick pin to coordinate. The little yellow bow is also from my stash.

All of the flower embellishments in this section is from the Color Me Crazy pack except for the green layer on the top flower. I used some markers to color the yellow and the pink flowers. The butterfly is one of the card stock stickers that comes in the pack. I applied it to white card stock then carefully cut it out. I bent the wings back slightly and used a foam square to adhere it to the layout.

I created this using one of the element stickers that came in the pack. I adhered it to a piece of white card stock then cut it out to border it. I used the same stripped card stock from the pack named Apron Strings and glued it to white card stock  to create a border for this as well. I used foam squares to adhere the title to the stripped border to give it some dimension.

This picture has always brought back sweet memories of very fun summer I had with my sister and now I'm glad that I've finally scrapped it using such a bright and fun paper pack!

Thanks for looking! :)


  1. Pebbles what an adorable memory you created of you and your sister. I love how you used colors to bring out the focal point (the photo of you and your sister) I love those colors you used. I love bright colors and bling. You did an awesome job on your project. You are so talented. Hugs, Fran


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