Anyways the pages in the Visual Arts Diary I am using for my challenge journal are kind of similar in size to an 8.5x11 layout. So that's how I've decided to 'label' them. Being a 12x12 scrapper I've found it challenging and interesting working in an 8.5x11 format. I must confess though, it's growing on me. These are the three pages I have recently completed ...
Once were pink
(Week 20 - favourite piece of clothing)
Stampin' Up! Whisper White cardstock; Doodlebug Designs Inc crushed velvet Bubblegum cardstock; patterned paper - something seriously ancient from my stash (no LOL, that's not a brand!!); American Crafts Thickers - Delight, Fabric, Black; lilybeedesign ABC stickers; Queen & Co brads; dies - Sizzix Boss-O alphas, Sizzix Arrows #2, Big Shot Thick Cuts Circles; recycled flannelette fabric and buttons from my pjs; upcycled pink chenille; upcycled vintage shipping tags and cotton string; black Zig Writer; black embroidery cotton and sewing machine thread
(Week 18 - favourite photo)
Bazzill Swiss Dots cardstock; patterned paper - Making Memories and Chatterbox; American Crafts Thickers - Gift Box and Shoe Box both in raw chipboard; Sassafras Lass chipboard sticker shapes - Woody Pal Around; Martha Stewart border punch; washi tape; upcycled vintage shipping tag and cotton string; Stampin' Up! Crumb Cake classic stampin' pad; Chocolate Zig Writer;
(Week 28 - favourite city)
Bazzill cardstock; American Crafts Thickers - Daiquiri, Foam, White; Prima Lisle Multi flowers; Queen & Co brads; Paper Raffia in Pistachio and White; Green Tara White paper string; white German Scraps; Kaisercolour White acrylic paint; Black and Denim Zig Writers
What's next? There are a multitude of challenges 'out there' which I'd love to give a go. I'm still waaaay behind in my weekly favourites challenge journal. I owe at least two people CJ pages. I had planned to make some Christmas cards 'for the troops'. Sigh (LOL) ... what's a girl to do? I think I'll go with some more weekly favourites challenges. Perhaps catch up a little more ... maybe ...