March 9, 2011
March Dust it Off Challenge by Joan
Design Team Member Joan submitted this layout for the March Dust it Off Challenge. She said:
I used my Revolution die cutting machine to cut out the animal heads and the letters. (I haven't been cutting letters out lately, as I now use a lot of Thickers on my pages). I used up scraps of cardstock and patterned paper that I've had for quite awhile!
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Posted by Get the Picture by Kathy at 10:01 PM
Labels: Joan, Layout, March Dust it off Challenge
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love your letters- they look a lot like some of the thickers- love the little animals as well! really cute LOReplyDelete
I love this - these letters are perfect for this page - and the animals - and the picture are adorable! Way to GO!ReplyDelete
What a great layout, I love the bold lines and colours, just perfect for that little boy! K xReplyDelete
this is great! love the animals--way too cuteReplyDelete
What an adorable picture! I love the lettering and the off center pieces of paper. Looks fabulous :)ReplyDelete
I love the lettering. And that photo, it is too adorable.ReplyDelete
Joan, this is so super adorable! Love the animals and your lettering. I like how the papers are tilted to the side...rocked it!ReplyDelete
So cute Joan!! Love the animals & lettering!!ReplyDelete
Awesome layout Joan! I really like the animals and that font for the letters... awesome!!!!ReplyDelete
I think the animals and the die cut letters work really well on this page. It's just so darn cute!ReplyDelete
I *LOVE* those title letters! It's cool the way you slanted the papers in the center.ReplyDelete
Love those cute animals! I reach for my Thickers without even thinking. Need to use my Slice more!ReplyDelete
Those animals are adorable. Great letters too. Love this layout and you got to use up some paper scraps as well. tfsReplyDelete
Great use or of scraps and I love the letters!ReplyDelete