Saturday, February 27, 2010

Saturday Scrapbook Challenge #9 using Justrite Stamps

I found these real nice pictures from my Birthday of Last year. I was in India for my brother's wedding and we had a family get together at a restaurant there. It was really amazing. Since that day is also our wedding anniversary, it is always extra special :)

I used the Inspired Crafters Sketch #9 for this LO and this LO was also done for the Justrite Stampers Scrappy Pages Challenge - to use Justrite stamps on your LO. I used the Just a Note Borders & Centers 1 5/8" from Justrite stamps for my LO and created a border out of it :) I am quite happy how this LO turned out.

Here is the Sketch,

Stamp - Love in Return from {ippity}, Just a Note Borders & Centers 1 5/8" from Justrite stamps
Paper - K&Company, PTI Smokey Shadow, Pure Poppy, Enchanted Evening and White CS
Ink - PTI Pure Poppy, Ranger Distress Ink - Faded Jeans and Walnut Stain
Other - SU Scallop Punch, SU Circle Punch


Rebecca said...

I love all the scallops down the side! This one is going to be a challenge for me, but I won't let that stop me! I like how you used a larger photo, and then 4 smaller ones on the bottom. Great use of the space!

Amy said...

Amazing LO, Banu! First off, I love that pic of you laughing, and I love the way you've used the JustRite stamps. I wouldn't have thought to use them that way, and I love it!

Susan said...

Banu, I love everything about this layout!! That is such a great picture of you. And I love how you used the scallops down the side. Gorgeous paper and colors. You rocked it girl!!

Keri Lee Sereika said...

How fun! That photo makes me smile and want to laugh out loud along with you!

Chris said...

great sketch and even better lo!! love the colors you used and the just rite stamps!

Jen A said...

Awesome layout!

Shawna said...

What a fun page! Everyone looks like they are having a great time. Love how you used the scalloped circles!

♥Liz Weber♥ said...

Hi Banu, love those wonderful happy photos and just love how you used the stamps down the border like that, thanks for the inspiration!