Sunday, May 26, 2013

Design Team Call Challenge and LO

So the Challenge I chose to do for the Design Team Call and Challenge over
at the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Blog is.....
DIY an element of  the kit I counterfeited and use it on a LO.

So in my last post I showed what I chose to DIY, those darling little bows,
and now I'm gonna use them on a LO.

This is another LO in the series I've been doing in my scrapbook this
year on my spine surgery back in February.  It has been so good for me
to document this event in our lives.  Its been a tough season, but God is
good.  In every season.



So here is one of those sweet little bows in action.
Isn't she pretty?  =)


And here is another one of those darlin's.  Yep dressed up and stuck down.
Fun.


My letters are those great white Thickers that I put in my kit, and I used
Heidi Swapp Color Shine in Primrose and Mint Green to color them.
I sprayed and then dried and then sprayed a little or a lot more =) and then
dried.  I LOVE the way they turned out.
Beautiful.


Here is my journaling, complete with these beautiful verses in James 1.
Love them.  They have been so very helpful to me.

I saw a particular hand writing that I liked, so I practiced and practiced and
practiced some more and had so
much fun, and decided to use it on this page.
LOVE the result!


I got this crazy idea to use the banner stamp that I put in this lovely kit,
but to turn it on its side and use it vertically instead of horizontally.
So pretty.
And yep there is a little peak of the Maggie Holmes Washi.
Lots of pieces of that Washi put here and there and yonder
on this page.
Love.it.


Here is some of the Oh Snap in action with that little Remember: piece,
and there is that little DIY'ed bag.  So cute!!


This has been such a beautiful experience for me.  
Thank you for the Design Team Call and allowing us
to try out for this amazing blog.

Thank you for the opportunity.


5 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful page - right down to the classic bows.

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  2. Loving! Journaling is what I loved the most...we gotta scrap more of our trials and tribulations to show reality...

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  3. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love your page...the photo is so striking, and your DIY bows are so cute! Definitely going to try this!

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  4. Such a great page! I'm always so inspired when people scrap "the hard stuff" especially how your faith has helped you through it!

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