Oh, how I love being on the Scrapsketch DT! I just love being able to play with Stephanie's awesome sketches and work with so many talented scrappers on the design team! This is sketch #184 and I decided to venture out of my safety zone a little by doing a horizontal 81/2 x 11, something I had not done before. So far, I just love doing this size layout! It really is a nice change of pace from having done 12 x12 for so long!
This layout is of my hubby and what we now call his signature pose, well, at least one of his signature poses. He does have another but that is best saved for another layout! He is always doing the thumbs up sign...especially at NASCAR races, which is where these photos were taken. Although it sometimes drives me crazy, we do giggle about it and it is kinda cute.
The background paper is by Elsie, I believe. I am not sure because it was part of an unamed stack my awesome mom in law bought me at a recent scrapbook yard sale we went to at our LSS. I do love the paper though and if anyone knows for sure, leave me a comment! Would love to know! The patterned strip is MME and the scalloped polka dot is an adhesive border I have had for ages that I picked up at Target. The white chipboard arrow is by Junkitz. The other arrow, the chipboard circles, and the stars are all by Miss Elizabeth. The journaling tag is Basic Grey and the ribbon is American Craft. For the title I used my Cricut and the Opposites Attract cart. The brown polka dot paper is DCWV and the orange is Chatterbox.
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