I love challenging myself and this was a good one! The challenge is for a monochromatic layout with a neutral. I chose green and continued with photos for my Hiking 2020 album.
Here are some photos:
I filmed the process if you're interested in watching me put this together:
I used a sketch book from Close To My Heart to create the base and that's why I didn't include the measurements but it's pretty simple to figure out on your own. I did decide to keep the 1/2" strips at 12" to add a little interest.
I'm entering this layout in the Heart2Heart CTMH challenge blog since I used lots of CTMH products to complete it and also the Double Trouble challenge blog since they are teaming up this month. Both sites have GREEN as their challenge.
All Cardstock (browns, greens & vanilla)
From Your Heart Volume 3 Sketch #9
Other Products Used:
Color Silk from FSJ/Spellbinders
Green patterned papers, enamel dots & washi tapes from my stash
Thank you for coming back and joining us at Double Trouble. What a great adventure of memories... congrats on reaching the peak. Beautiful layouts and love the Cricut cut of the moose in particular, along with the trees. Thanks for sharing your memories with us at Double Trouble and Heart2Heart.ReplyDelete
Dorlene, what a fun hike! I love how you scrapbooked your memories and used the monochrome green papers to tie your pages together! I was so curious that I looked up where Fremont Peak is located, and found out it is near Monterey Bay! We are heading in that direction at the end of this month, so with encouragement from your pages, I hope to add the hike to our list of things to do! Thank you so much for sharing your adventure and beautiful scrapbook with us at Double Trouble for our "Bring on the Green" challenge! -DonnaReplyDelete
Love this layout! That moose is so fun and works so well for your photos of the hike. Thank you for joining us at Heart 2 Heart.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful layout, Dorlene! The green works perfectly with your photos and I love the big moose. Thank you for playing along with us at Double Trouble #105.ReplyDelete
This page is just darling! Way to capture the memory in such a cute way. Thank you for sharing with us at Double Trouble! :)ReplyDelete