Saturday, March 29, 2014

Scrapbooking Memories Masters Entry – A Double Page Journey

I was pretty chuffed to receive not one but two honourable mentions
In the Scrapbooking Memories Magazine Masters competition.
One of these was for my double page entry, to reflect on a journey.

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I knew when I saw the Journey theme that I wanted to create a page to document this story.

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Endometriosis is horrid and when I was 22 (or so) I was told that
I might not be able to have kids because I had this medical condition.

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This was just the start of a journey, one that ended with four gorgeous girls.

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The pattern paper I used is from Basic Grey and the print is… would you believe it… GIRLS NAMES!!

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Bet they didn’t know it was going to be the perfect piece of paper for this page!!

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Material List: Cardstock: Bazzill, Pattern Paper: Basic Grey, Water Colour Paper: Canson, Alphas: American Crafts,
Stickers: American Crafts, Websters, Flair: The Greatest View, Water Colour Paint: Micador, Tags: Cocoa Daisy  Chibi Run,
Doily: D-lish Scraps, Cork Shapes: Studio Calico, Enamel Dots: My Mind’s Eye, Cutting Machine: Silhouette Cameo,
Adhesives: X-Press It Clear Gel Glue and X-Press It Double Sided Tape, Other: Dymo Tape, Dymo Labeler, Thread.

 

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4 comments:

  1. I loved this page. Stunning design, but even more importantly I thought it was one of the most significant pages in the competition for the journey that it actually reflected on. I admire your honesty and your beautiful journalling.

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  2. Love this! It's very real & very honest. Thanks for sharing it with all of us xo

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  3. This is just an amazing page Sharmaine and such a wonderful journey to share.

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  4. Love this!! I seriously wish I was half as talented as you!! Amazing designs every time!!!

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