Friday, July 24, 2009

Combined Scrapbook Challenges

It was fun combining three challenges this time to create this scrapbook page. The lake reminded me of fishing, and the sunset reminded me of hot air baloons. So the GKD Eclectic Summer set was perfect for this page.

1) Scrap and Stamp challenge which was,
To create a layout using water pictures - anything to do with water, have at least 2 pattern papers, three embellishments and one stamped image on the layout.

I used these photos from our trip to Possum Kingdom lake to create the layout. Brads, Photo Clips (I am not sure if these are called something else) and buttons were the three embellishments. Fish, Kite and Hot Air Balloon images from the GKD Eclectic Summer Stamp set completed the page

2) StampTv Tuesday Scrapbook challenge which was,

Use your summer photos and summer stamp sets to create your layout.

The photos at Possum kingdom lake this summer and GKD's Eclectic Summer stamp set was used to create this layout.

3) Sketch #28 from 52 sketches 52 weeks

Here is my page,



Here is the Sketch,



Supplies:
Stamp - Gina K Designs - Eclectic Summer
Paper - Basic Grey Mellow Series, Generic Kraft Paper
Ink - Memento Black, SU Markers
Other - PTI Vintage Dark Chocolate buttons, Copper Brads, K and Co - Photo Clips, Alphabet Stickers

8 comments:

Amy said...

Wow, Banu! This is great! I love the way you've used the DP and the stamps. Very nice entry for the challenge!

Lisa F said...

I like this layout! Cute! Great use of dp!

Chris said...

very cool! i love the combined sketches!! >"<

Regina said...

great way to get in so many challenges! your layout is great! those are some of my fav papers. Thanks for playing along at SSS!

Cheryl KVD said...

Very cute LO! Love the stamps you used!

Tanya said...

Thank you for your comments on my blog! I really like your layout! Your DP looks great! :)

Boni Boutelle-Jones said...

LOVE the layout and pics!! Great take on the sketch! Thanks for playing at SSS this week!!

Nancy ~ Inkcicles said...

So very cool! I love it!

:-)