Sunday, April 21, 2013

And Now The Night Will Throw Its Cover Down On Me Again

The April Kraft It Up challenge is to recycle some product packaging on your page.
So with the help of some D-lish Scraps goodies I did just that!


I used the cool yellow chevron packaging from some Jillibean Soup “Sugar Picks”


Realised after I took the photos that the date should be March not February


but either way these memories are worthy of a scrap page.


And the photo was definitely worth a page of it’s own!


What memories have you put on to page today?


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  1. Hi from a new follower! I like the contrast between the sunny yellow of the Jillibean packaging and the blue of the sky in the photo--so pretty. Also love the way the simple lines of black ink sort of frame the page. So stylish!

  2. love the title and the book edge arrows. and the page is fabulous! thanks for playing along with us at KIU!

  3. WOW! love how you use the packaging on your pages! You're so awesome! I haven't put anything on a scrapbook page today :( but hopefully tonight I will :0)

  4. You did such fun things on this LO! I really like the string bit under the heart; I may need to 'jack' that idea. :D

  5. Oh so FABulous!!! I love simply love it! Great use of the photo corners & packaging. Thanks for playing over @ KIU! :)

  6. I agree with Denise - super stylish. Loving those sketchy lines you've done too! Thanks for playing along with us Sharmaine!

  7. such a cool page!..I just love how you use black!! :) x

  8. LOVE this Sharmaine. What a great memory of a fabulous time in PL. Love your recycling too xx


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