Another Monday has arrived and with that a Paper Girls Challenge project!
Judy challenged us all to create something with a Travel theme. I love this theme!
I absolutely love travelling somewhere new and trying to see and learn and do as much as I possibly can in the time that we're there!
In February of this year my husband and I decided to go on vacation for a few days to Las Vegas.
We had an amazing time and we visited so many places!
I wanted to scrap all our memories, but I'm finding nowadays I have alot less time to scrap and therefore layouts are few and far between these days. This vacation was only 4 days long so really a full vacation album is too much, but there's so many things for only do 1 or 2 layouts.
Enter SMASH Book!
I have been wanting to try a SMASH Book since they were released a couple of years ago, but have never taken the plunge. For Christmas my sister was awesome and sent me a gift certificate to a big craft store, so I thought now is the perfect time to try something new that I have always wanted to!
Here is what I've put together so far:
|1st Page/Cover Page|
|The Travel Page for The Paper Girls Challenge|
|Close up of Left Side|
|Close up of Right Side|
I have had those green Thickers now for nearly 2 years and I finally found a way to use them!! LOL
I have to say as a first time "Smasher" I think I am hooked already. I loved how fast the pages come together and really do just randomly smash things in.
I can't wait to work on the rest of it!
Now make sure to go visit our site to see all the Travel projects our team created!!
Book:Simple Orange SMASH Folio by K & Company
Calendar SMASH Pockets, Like This SMASH Tape, SMASH Simple Sticky Notes, Black SMASH Stick
Boston Green Monter, Seattle Rain, Big Apple Baby by Downtown Tape
Indie Chic "Hanging Out" by My Mind's Eye
bon voyage by Lawn Fawn
Amy Tangerine, Ready Set Go "Hey There" by American CraftsAmy Tangerine, Ready Set Go "Today" Roller Date Stamp by American Crafts
Memento Tuxedo Black by Tsukineko
Sunny "Salmon", Umbrella (I think) by American Crafts
Tiny Type "Blue" by Cosmo Cricket