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Smeared & Smudged Feb. Scrapbook Sketch

I did it again. I procrastinated. I waited until the 11th hour to get the Scrapbook Sketch Challenge for Smeared and Smudged done. But at least it’s done! And I am happy with the result! That counts for something right??? Here’s the sketch:

So I of course adapted it to suit my needs… but I think I kept it fairly true to the original.

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These pictures are from 2007, when we were in Michigan for my best friend’s wedding. Oh. My. Gods. I am just now realizing that I spelled Michigan wrong!!!!!!!!!!! And I went back and forth about it too… Is there an “i” in the middle or an “a”? And I was too lazy to look it up. Shoot! Guess I’ll have to go back and fix it. You won’t tell anyone will you??? ;}

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Anywho… spelling errors aside, I used FOUR different stamp companies on this one page! I don’t think I have ever used so many before! I used A-Muse, Time Flies, Paper Candy and Inkadinkado. Paper is from American Crafts, Prima, and Prism. Pen and inks are Color Box, Tombo and Superior.

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I think it’s a pretty joyus page. I love the bright colors… it brings out just how sunny the day was. And please take a close look at the picture on the left (you can click on my pics to make them bigger). Look at how very tiny Nix is in comparison to Gene! I love that photo. Ha Ha! And Nix’s face in the other picture is totally priceless.

So have you been to Smeared and Smudged yet? Stop by and visit! We’ve always got some great things going on. Join our group and be a part of an alternative craft style revolution!

Comments

Erica said…
This is so pretty! I love the papers and stamps. Great pictures. I think the spelling error adds to it!
Definitely a happy page! I like this sketch, but the end of February always sneaks up on me, so, I didn't get it done.

hugs,
Laura
Alyssa S said…
What a fabulous page...spelling errors aside! lol Oh well! It's an easy enough fix and at least you noticed it!
Donna said…
Fantastic page Ali!! I LOVE the colours!! Xx
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