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Project 12 - June

I'm just completing this page in the nick of time, actually its been finished a week I just haven't got around to posting it. The June sketch for Project 12 over on Scrapbook and Cards Today looked like this
I love these sketches and some of them I've used a couple of time, I know I am going to use all of them a number of times. They are helping me work my way through the holiday photos I have accumulated over the last 20 years. Also they have been a great help to the dilemma of my brothers scrap book where he likes a lot of photos to look at.
I recently took part in the Scrap Whispers blog hop challenge and made a kit from my existing stash, this sketch gave me the ideal opportunity to use the kit and here is my page
I have plenty left from the kit so I think a few cards will finish the supplies. I think making kits is also the method I'm going to use to do something with my stash mountain. I often craft better with limited supplies, so if I pack up my own kits I should work better. Oh and save money because I will no longer need a monthly kit to inspire me. Result!
I've still got quite a few pf the Spellbinders/Candi projects to post, even though everybody is on their way back from CHA. I am excited to see what news the Craftwork Cards team come back with.

Comments

theelfqueen said…
I love the skulls and crossbones! CUTE!

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