It's almost the end of 2018! How crazy is that? Why not play along with Sketches In Thyme's scrapbook sketch challenge one more time before the year ends? You could win a festive alphabet stamp set. Here is my take on this last sketch of the year:
And here is the original sketch by our talented designer, Shawn Lahr.
November is coming to a close, but there is still time to get a few more scrapbook layouts done. Why not try this week's Sketches In Thyme scrapbook challenge. Here's my take on this pretty sketch. I just love Graphic 45's Sunkissed collection.
Here is Bev Code's original sketch. So cute!
One lucky random entry will win this fabulous, Grateful Heart Paper Pack.
Sketches in Thyme has another fantastic sketch for all you scrapbookers out there. This month, you can win a $20 gift card at A Cherry on Top! To be eligible, simply create a layout based on one of our monthly sketches. Here is my take on this week's sketch challenge:
And here is the original sketch created by Jenessa Franco:
Sketches In Thyme has a beautiful sketch this week, highlighting just one photo. I chose a picture of my daughter that was taken on the day that we brought home our new puppy. I'm not sure who is cuter in this picture; they are both so adorable!
Here's the gorgeous sketch created by Bev Code:
Don't forget if you enter any of our sketch challenges throughout the month, you can win prizes! This month's sponsor is the Robin's Nest.
Looking for inspiration? Sketches in Thyme has another great sketch to help get your creativity flowing. This is a perfect sketch for holiday pages since it uses four photos. Here's my interpretation of this week's sketch. The photos are from a trip to the Kennedy Space Center.
And here's the original beautiful sketch created by Shawn Lahr.
Enter to win this month and you can win the Simple Stores Hello Summer Collection, donated by our DT member, Lori.
Thanks for stopping by! Looking forward to seeing what everyone creates.
Sketches in Thyme has another beautiful sketch for to get your inspiration flowing. Here's my take on this week's lovely sketch by Bev Code. The photos were taken on a trip with a friend to Colorado Springs. The Garden of the Gods there were so beautiful!
Here's the original sketch:
One lucky winner this month will win a scrapbooking kit from my friend, Stacy Harper-Watson (kit may vary).
So what are you waiting for? Jump and and scrapbook a favorite memory and get a chance to win some beautiful scrapbooking supplies for future pages. You can see more beautiful examples and sketches here.
Good morning! Today I have a layout of my beautiful daughter. The layout is based on this week's gorgeous sketch challenge at Sketches in Thyme. Be sure to enter and you could win a prize! Click here for more info.
For my layout, I used lots of chipboard and a vellum quote from Quick Quotes that reads, "Allow yourself to trust joy, and embrace it. You will find you dance with everything." The photo was taken at an Imagine Dragons concert.
It's sketch time! Sketches In Thyme has a ton of gorgeous sketches EVERY month to inspire scrapbookers to get their memories into albums. Here is my take on this week's sketch.
My kids are always goofing around and these two photos of them having fun with each other make me smile every time I see them. The vellum quote down the middle from Quicks Quotes reads, "If I could reach up and hold a star for every time you've made me smile, the entire evening sky would be in the palm of my hand."
Here's the original sketch, created by Sara Scraps.
One lucky scrapbooker who plays along with us will win this gift:
Happy New Year! Now that it's the new year, I finally have some time to catch up with my December Daily Scrapbook album. What a thick album this will be! Day 21 is all about looking at Christmas lights in the neighborhood.
Day 22 shows our yearly tradition of having a picnic under the tree. We talk about what we are thankful for and what we loved about the past year.
Day 23 is all about Christmas with the grandparents. We celebrate the holiday with both my dad and his significant other, my sister and her family, and my husband's family. It's awesome that we all get along so well and can enjoy it together. It's always a good time.
Just for fun, I printed a few pictures in black and white. There were so many good pictures that I had to add a couple extra pages for the day.