Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Layout Sketch Challenge #1

I am very excited about today's CHF challenge. We just recently added a "Scrap Chat" area to the forum area of the web site. To encourage participation in our scrap chat forum, we're going to start off with hosting bi-weekly scrap layout challenges.

There are so many great ways to use Cornish Heritage Farms stamps in your layouts. I started in paper crafting as a scrap booker but have gotten away from it over the years as I got more into stamping. In the back of my mind I knew you could
combine stamping with scrap booking but just hadn't fully embraced the concept. I am having a blast challenging myself to start scrapping again...WITH my stamps.

Here are two layouts that I made using this sketch. What do you think?

CHF Stamps:
-Flowers from Beautiful (The Rummage Bin)
-Sentiments from For the Boys (The Rummage Bin)
-Paisley Backgrounder

-Makin Memories and Provo Craft

-Adirondack Pitch Black & Lettuce dye ink by Ranger Inc.

-Twill Ribbon by Ofray

-Cricut Alphalicious (for Title) and George and Basic Shapes (for flower)
-Nestabilities by Spellbinder
-Microsoft Office Word for the journalling

CHF Stamps:
-Supah Star (Kim Hughes)
-For the Men (The Rummage Bin)
-Grid Paper Backgrounder
-Montana Cracked Earth Backgrounder

-Makin' Memories white cardstock from Michael's
-Prismatic Brown Suede Medium

-Antique Linen, Peeled Paint, and Walnut stain Distress ink by Ranger Inc.

-Star Brads by Makin' Memories
-Antique Linen Distress Crackle Paint
-1" Grossgrain Ribbon by Ofray

-Nestabilities by Spellbinder
-Arial Narrow font for journaling from Microsoft Office
-Cut and Dry Foam

National Scrapbooking Day is this Saturday, May 3rd. Check out this post in "Scrap Chat" for information on some of the fun things we're doing to celebrate over at Cornish Heritage Farms!

And then....go check out the other CHF ladies blogs to see what they did with this sketch:

Becky Olsen-Julia Stainton -Lesley Langdon -Dawn Lusk- Lisa Silver -Kim Hughes-Allie Miles-


Julia Stainton said...

I think they're wonderful Kristine! My favorite is the second. So much texture and "grunge"! So glad you're getting back into some scrappin!

Alli Miles said...

I adore your creations, especially the texture on the "boy" page.

Dawn said...
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Dawn said...


both are great pages Kristine! I love the little pics of Jadie in the flower centers and such a great BOY page!

Silvergirl said...

Fabulous designs, Kristine! Your pages inspire me to learn more about scrapbooking!


Becky said...

Wonderful pages!
Love the green with the puppy, and the textures and colors of the little boy page are stunning!
How do you have time to do it all?