I had a blast with this scrapbook layout for the final week of the 4x4 Scrapbooking Class Series. I LOVE to paint, rearrange and freshen up rooms and it's fun to catalog the process with some before and after pictures. I was working on this yellow, gray and white layout using up my old Project Life card collection (they're being discontinued by Stampin' Up) when suddenly, the addition of a strip of the new Color Theory the size and shape of a hardware store paint swatch gave me a great direction to head in.
The Color Theory papers will be available in an assortment pack of yellow, olive, blue and berry pink on June 1st--can't wait to share more samples with this fun, cutting-edge-trendy paper pack.
My favorite touch on this page, however, was the Labeler Alphabet. It has 101 letters in two different styles and it's perfect for spelling out anything you want to say--and still fitting in a small space. I made a boo-boo on the right hand page, though. Can you spot it?
The final page for this class series is a road trip layout. The two pages are comprised of Project Life cards in a haphazard strip down the outer edges, to represent a pile of memorabilia, maps, tickets and other paper souvenirs we accumulate on a road trip. Each page then has a single Crumb Cake sheet for a photo mat, resembling a cork board with things pinned to it. Fun!
All our Project Life pocket-style scrapbooking materials are on the discontinued list and Clearance Rack right now, so it's a great time to pick up a bunch of new supplies for VERY cheap, and set yourself up for a fun summer of memory-keeping.
What's in store for scrapping in the NEW Stampin' Up catalog? You'll have to wait and see! It goes live June 1st--request your copy in the mail today, free of charge! Lyssa@songofmyheartstampers.com
What kinds of pages do you need to see ideas for? I take requests! Leave a comment below and let me know what you want me to see me work on next.