Monday, March 8, 2010

A Minute This Monday

Well, it's Monday.  Need I say more?

Here are some of the latest layouts I've been working on.

For the Log Your Memory Sweet Talk Challenge #9
Traci Reed - Bad Sewing Machine Stitches Basics
Fonts - Tekton Pro, Designer Notes

For March's SSD Portfolio Challenge #29 - inspired by Ali Edwards.
I may just get this printed off somehow - I like it so much (just noticed there is an extra 's' on pictures...will fix that).
Julie Billingsley - In It Together
Traci Reed - Be the Change, Staying in Tonight
Heather Roselli and AC Bleser - Hope Springs Eternal
Kristin Cronin-Barrow - Cloud 9, All Star, Mayberry
Lauren Reid - Track of my Life
Misty Cato - Shabby Orchard
Petit Four - Oh So Pretty
Shawna Clingerman - Kick Start
SSD Collab - Something Wicked, Fresh and Festive
Eva Kipler - A Little Flaky
Lauren Grier - You Sing to My Heart
Melissa Bennett - Snow Dust
Penny Springman - Sweet on You
Font - Traveling Typewriter

For the Sweet Shoppe Designs March Portfolio Challenge #8 - inspired by Kate and Birdie website.
Julie Billingsley - In It Together
Sweet Shoppe Designs Collab - See Jane Smile
Krystal Hartley - Sweetie
Font - Hasty HMK

For Sweet Shoppe Design's March Portfolio Challenge #25 - the rule of thirds.
Kristin Cronin-Barrow - All About Him
Chrissy W - Template Freebie from Simple Scrapper
Font - Pea Hurry Up Beck

Lift of Rubia Padilha's 'Love';ppuser=2710 for the March Portfolio Challenge #1
Kristin Cronin-Barrow - Party Out Back
Darcy Baldwin - Heavy Handed Bubble Stamps (Click a Sig Freebie)
CoffeeShop Johnna's Shop of Memories Photo Action
Font - Dad's Recipe

March Portfolio Challenge #28 at Sweet Shoppe - The Road Less Traveled
Kristin Cronin-Barrow - Family Ties, Mayberry
Misty Cato - Cutting Templates Page Mats
Christmas by Malina - Freebie
Fonts - Pea Carol, Traveling Typewriter, Cluff HMK
Journaling reads: Deciding to be a stay-at-home mom has been one of the best things I’ve ever done in my life. Working in the office has it’s benefits but they are nothing compared to raising our children in our own home. I do realize that lots of families are not as fortunate to be able to do such a thing and I thank God everyday for this blessing.

Back to my regularly scheduled Monday....


Post a Comment