Our assignment was to take sketches and create four simple layouts that were pretty much finished. That was stage A. They could go in the albums as is, or we could finish them further with more embellishments, title or journaling to take them to stage B. This should have been a difficult assignment for me, as I am a little anal and can never move on to a new layout until the first one is finished. But, I was surprised at how freeing it was to not have to consider a page "done". I could work on a page until the ideas for that one dried up, skip to the next one, then come back to the first one when an idea hit me. And I was very surprised how quickly I managed to get four pages done. Usually, it takes me a month to get that many pages done! I'm going to try to remember this technique the next time I take a scrappy weekend for myself. I may just break my record of 6 pages in three days. LOL!
Papers: Fancy Pants Design; Rub-ons: Fancy Pants Design; Alphas: Karen Foster & DCWV; Die cut: Cricut & SCAL
Papers: Fancy Pants Design, Bazzill Basics; Rub-on: Marah Johnson; Journaling Card: 7 Gypsies & Making Memories; Chipboard: Bo Bunny; Flowers: Prima; Buttons: Making Memories; Alphas: Cricut & Crate Paper; Miscellaneous: brads, floss, MM Magnetic stamp
Papers, Transparency, Stickers, Rub-ons: Fancy Pants Design; Alphas: Basic Grey, Crate Paper Fancy Pants Design, Making Memories
Papers, Transparency, Rub-ons, Diecuts: Fancy Pants Design; Alphas: Echo Park, Fancy Pants Design
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