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March 2011 Crop Challenge

Hi everyone! This weekend I was peeking at challenges and Kathryn from Life on the Scrap Beach had some fun ones. I decided to participate in the first one which required the use of white space. It was fun to play around with the idea and I was able to complete a 2-page layout! Alleluia!! I was so excited to actually finish it! The tricky part was that I had mentally committed to using the stickers ( since I'm trying to use what I have this year) and at first I was all "Whaaat? how am I going to incorporate these & not mess it up?!!" but then, with a little help from my friend's son Stephen, voila! It came together. Thank you Stephen!! <---he told me to put the pumpkins INSIDE the cart!. Anywho- if you even read this, thank you & thanks to Kathryn for the challenge!
The circle is canvas & a rub on. Stickers from Jolees.

Stitching on pics are rub-ons also from stash.

The journaling stamp was borrowed. Thanks Mandy!!!
The flower is felt. 

Buttons & brad were from varied brands. I added the twine.

Comments

  1. Love this layout! The white space is great & you still got in a ton of photos. Plus the pumpkins look really cute in the cart! Way to go, Stephen! LOL! ;D

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  2. Wow Super cute Layout Raquel. The stickers look great in the wagon. It makes me want to pull out my sticker box and use some.
    Dawn

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  3. good luck with the challenge. your layout is so nice i hope you win.

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  4. So pretty, Racquel! I love how it turned out & the white space on the diecute pieces really frames the photos beautifully. And I agree with Stephan ~ the stickers do look cute in the cart! LOL!

    ~Kathryn :D

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  5. I love your layout. Good luck in the challenge
    Hugs
    Stacy

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  6. Racquel such lovely L.O.s...

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  7. Sooo stinkin cute!!! Great job!

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