- Create 50 layouts using only products, tools, and supplies we have on hand.
- Cardstock and adhesive can be purchased when needed. Who can make many pages with no adhesive?
- Gift certificates, RAK's, DT kits and current subs to kit clubs can be used.
- Larger altered projects count as 1 layout.
And here's the one that I didn't submit, I lifted MandyKay's ode to simplicity, which is so good it makes my teeth hurt. I didn't show as much restraint at MK did, but I am still pretty happy with the result:
Last night I had fun playing with the glitter in my stash, and made these two layouts:
Now is when I reveal what a true dork I am. A few weeks ago I won a free class over at Get It Scrapped called "Back to Class." Basically, it was instructions on creating a school years album for your child, from pre-school to grade twelve. She gives you a format and you apply it to every year, and she encourages you to make the pages ahead of time to save time and effort later. So, not to let this prize go to waste, I have created a double page spread for every year of Chloe's education, because, well...because I am crazy. Never mind that by the time she's in high school we'll both probably hate the papers I chose, and school pictures will probably be holograms, I mean, she's already 15 months old, I better get a leg up! I don't know, it was like once I started I couldn't stop, and now it's done. And how many people can say they finished their child's school years album before their child has even learned to talk? Just me, ocd crazy me! So since I started the stash diet last week, I made four 2-page layouts. Because there aren't any pictures, I think I 'll count each spread as just one layout. Here they are in all their glory (don't make too much fun of me!):
Whew! That's 9 down, 41 more to go for the stash diet!!