Scrapbook Challenges Summer Event Layouts

Still playing catch up…these next layouts were also from Scrapbook Challenges’ Sizzling Summer event full of fab sketches. πŸ˜€ These were the next two layouts I completed last month and again, I went with very different styles for them. I muddled this one up a bit, so here’s what I posted about it in the forum: “Okay, before everyone just thinks I’m a mist-loving freak…it was totally accidental. I brilliantly decided to add the misting that I’d forgotten at the beginning, AFTER everything else was done. Well, my mister was clogged, so I poured it into an empty one that apparently works waaay too well. Therefore the huge splotch over the photos, so the rest is over done in order to blend that mess in better and I had to keep masking off different areas as I went, so you can see the results of that attempt to salvage my project too. lol So, the title of my piece should be “When misting runs wild” but it’s actually called “Unique”. The journaling reads, “The two of you are so different, I think it’s funny that you always used to compare your work! March 2004″…and here’s the result of the faulty misting:

Again, no detailed list of materials on this post, but contact me if you have any questions. Cosmo Cricket 6×6 papers, tattered angels mist, Webster’s Pages storyteller alphas. This is the sketch I used for my layout:

The second one I’m sharing today is very CAS and shows my silly guy asking me to take pics of whatever happens to be in his hand whenever I take his picture. This was a regular occurance for a couple of years, so I figured I would document it. πŸ˜€

How’s this for appropriate. I went with Simple Stories Life Documented for that one. πŸ™‚ Here’s the sketch:

TFL! One more post should take care of the layouts I missed from last month! πŸ˜€


Best Buddies Layout

For this lo, I used MME’s Lost and Found Collection. This time, I used the Portobello Road range. The base paper is Cowboy from the “Boy” set, and I also used Flannel from the “Buddies” set. I used a couple small pieces off of the “Boy” Glittered Diecut paper to accent as well. The trim, brads, tag and dimensional stickers are all MME. I used a touch of Tattered Angels glimmer glaze, Shimmerz spritz and Color Box ink. Handstitched w/white thread for contrast. I used the sketch by Anam Stubbington provided on MME’s blog for their challenge #19. To take a look or enter, CLICK HERE.