March 12, 2011
March Dust it Off Challenge by Theresa
Reader Theresa submitted this layout for the March Dust it Off Challenge. She said:
This was fun. I dusted off and used an older die cut piece of paper I’ve been hoarding.
It’s so cute with the black flocked edge.
Thanks for the challenge.
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LOVE LOVE LOVE this! The circles are so fun! TFS.ReplyDelete
I love this - I can understand why you were hoarding this paper. This paper and your design did it all justice - Super cute!ReplyDelete
Fantastic!! Love your colors and what a cute little girl! Her expression is priceless!! (I think I have this die cut paper somewhere....)ReplyDelete
oh wow -- i love your layout! the die cut is awesome and i really love the circles with the stitching and the butterflies are just perfect!! great job!ReplyDelete
Hello....I'm soooo "pagerizing" this!! The colors are gorgeous and I love the design... MAH-VA-LOUS!!!ReplyDelete
Theresa, this is so great!! I really like how you did the stitching on the circles. I might have to pagerize your layout too!!lolReplyDelete
So sweet! Love the colors! Way to use your stash!ReplyDelete
I think the die cut was a perfect choice for this page.The flocked edges look so fun. I love the circles and the stitching.ReplyDelete
I love all your color on the black and white die cut! The butterflies are the perfect finishing touch!ReplyDelete
LOVE IT! I really like the circles with the stiching! The paper is just perfect with that photo. But I can understand why you would want to hoard it!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, I absolutely love everything about this LO, the colors, circles, everything!!ReplyDelete
This look so pretty! Love the diecut paper, lots of color circles and the butterflies! tfsReplyDelete
OMG- love the little circles at the bottom- so cuteReplyDelete
I love the bright colors! Great use of your diecut paper, I should dig some of mine out.ReplyDelete