In the last school holidays, our family joined my sister's family on a camping holiday. We went for a walk on the last evening we spent together, and ended up down by the lake at sunset. I had lots of fun taking photos of the kids silhouetted against the sky, trying out different settings on my camera (and yes, the "sunset" setting really does make the colours richer).
After only just entering last month's ScrapFriends challenge at the last minute, as soon as I saw this month's challenge I knew it would be perfect for this photo! Here's the sketch:
and here's my page:
I don't claim to be particularly knowledgeable about Scrapbook collections, but I do know that Basic Grey's "Fusion" line remains one of my all-time favourites. I was happily surprised to find that I still had enough bits left to make this page, with a few other BG papers thrown in.
I was ready to give up on the idea of using letter stickers for my title, what with a shortage of "S" stickers in either of the Fusion colours, until I watched Glitter Girl this week. She tackles the problem of letter shortages and provides tips for effectively mixing your letter stickers up a bit. Definitely worth a look if this is a problem for you also. So anyway, I went back, and by adding a "U" and "S" from an even older BG collection with both Fusion colours, and I was good to go!
Product Challenge to Self: I did really well again on this page, rocking the fibres yet again as well as breaking out the mini-mister. And even better, I used the last product on the list: the ribbon-weaving punch!
As you can see above, I didn't weave ribbon but a thin strip of paper. You know you love a sheet of paper when you save strips that thin!!!
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