Hello and Welcome to our monthly awesome Scrapbooking Blog Hop!!!
This is a group of amazing international creatives who use Stampin' Up! products to do some fabulous scrapbooking.
This month we have the fabulous Sharon who designed our challenge with the theme MAP.
Sooooooo, I've used the map piece of vellum from the Printed Vellum pack to scrap the end of our son's study 'journey' - a very tenuous theme to Map!
To supplement this fabulous paper, I've also used a bunch of supplies from the He's The Man Suite.
I've used the He's The Man designer paper for some of the great embellishments on the page, as well as the piece underneath the vellum. It's a bit hard to see, but it has a great textured design in Sahara Sand that looks a little like hessian or burlap.
I've also used a bunch of great die cuts from the All That dies (also from this Suite) including the flag ends, the fun die cut argyle pattern, and the great scalloped circle for the stamped compass rose.
The tile was created using the marvellous Alphabest Bundle of the Alphabest stamp set and coordinating Best Label punch. This was a bunch of fun!!
The compass rose near the journalling panel (check out that AWESOME die cut from the He's the Man designer paper!) was stamped twice. I then fussy cut the compass points from the piece stamped on Pacific Point and pieced it onto the original with the finishing touch of a rustic metallic dot.
Make sure you check out this He's the Man suite!! It's so versatile.
My previous post for today also features this great suite!
|UP next is the extraordinarily talented Sharni.|
And here is the list of everybody in the hop in case you get lost along the way!!
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