Stop the presses!
Hold the phones!
I completed a scrapbook layout!
I tend to do a lot of scrapbooking of non-major events. I think it's because I don't feel the stress for it to be perfect like I do when I'm doing a layout of a birthday, major holiday or milestone.
On the last the quarter my student council had a little Christmas party where we had food and exchanged white elephant gifts. It was fun and I thought a perfect time for us to grab some photos of our whole group. The kids were great and wanted to do some nice photos and some silly ones.
When I decided I was going to scrapbook these I went to the Internet to find a sketch that would work with a couple of 4 X 6 photos. I came across this one that is from Sketch Savvy and figured it was perfect for what I wanted!
I'm not sure of all of the supplies I used on this layout because a lot of it was just stuff I had from around the house.
What I do know is that the letter stickers are Doodlebug Designs and the varsity letters are American Crafts Thickers.
The stars I bought when Ben Franklin was going out of business up by my mom's house and I think they were Kaiser Kraft.
The blue Chevron paper is from a LSS, but it says Scrapbook Customs on it. It looks like they have some pretty cool stuff on their website.
Oh! And I almost forgot -- the stitching is by hand with some help from Sew Easy tool by We R Memory Keepers. I love most everything they put out!
Thanks for stopping by and looking! Now off to do another layout!