Archive | June 11, 2010

Paperclipping #23: The Great Design Team Conspiracy

Is it true that professional scrapbookers use only the newest and greatest products? Is it true that they all scrap in the same trendy style? The Roundtable took on those questions and so much more in episode #23!

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And by popular demand….here is the infamous Cinderella layout:

I’m not exactly in love with how it came out but at least it is done and I can move on to something else, and start having fun again! I’m not sure why it gave me so much trouble but this layout became a chore that was no longer fun by the time I completed it after wrestling with it over the course of multiple sessions over several weeks. But I was determined to finish it and not add another item to my “unfinished” pile.

Supplies – Patterned Paper: My Mind’s Eye (Tres Jolie Handsome), Sandylion (Snowfall by Aby Simons); Specialty Paper: American Crafts (Glitter), KI Memories (Flower Child die cut paper); Stamps: Autumn Leaves (Everyday Sentiments by Rhonna Farrer); Ink: Staz-on Metallic Silver; Die Cut: Cricut (Graphically Speaking).