Friday, September 4, 2015


Here is one of the pages I have not yet shared that was part of the wedding album I created.

I used the layout sketch for the September 1 Scrapping Everyday Miracles challenge.

Here is the sketch-

And my page-

I was so happy to get to use the filmstrip.  I've had a few in my stash for awhile and this one just said wedding all over it!  I thought the wedding ring quilt pattern worked well for it too!

So please don't forget to stop over at Scrapping Everyday Miracles and check out our layout sketch, card sketch and Scripture inspiration challenges which are running now for the month of September.  The Design Team have created some really great samples to inspire you.

We also will be holding a fun crop on Saturday 9/19 with a challenge from each Design Team Member.  There will be RAKs on some of the blogs plus for each challenge completed you will get an entry into the drawing for the Grand Prize.

I love knowing you stopped by so please do leave a comment letting me know what you thought of my creation!

Tuesday, September 1, 2015


I completed the album the morning of the wedding!  I managed to get photos of all the pages but I am not even sure what challenges they all went to as I was working so fast.  So I will share what I have as best as I can!

First up-

From ScrapMuch?! Sketchy Friday 8/21

and my layout-

Next from Turtle Soup Monday Sketch 8/3-

my layout-

and the fun close ups-

Turtle Soup Monday sketch 8/10

another embellishment close-up

and mine-

and of course the back page-

I just loved this paper and never knew exactly what I was going to do with it.  As soon as I saw it in my stash I knew the back cover would be perfect as I could leave it just as it was. All I added was the little 'Made With Love By:  Paula' to the bottom.

Somehow there should be 4 more pages. Hopefully I will find the photos and the challenges they go with for a future post.

I hope you have enjoyed seeing most of the rest of the wedding book. You will get to see the last of the pages on my post for the Scrapping Everyday Miracles September challenge.