Crazy for Rubber… a layout

It’s time for another bi-weekly layout challenge and hope you’ll take the time to play along. This time I designed the sketch and hope you like it. It’s a fairly easy one to use. I think I got carried away with my actual layout though! LOL I was having a crazy day yesterday. You know those heavy humid days?! It had rained all morning and I was in a bit of a funk. What cheered me up was a mailbox full of new rubbah! Nothing like happy mail, right?! Well…my new rubber just had to be used in more ways that one. I did use some of it on my layout but also…designed the layout and journaling about my crazy love of rubber. 🙂 Here’s the sketch if you want to play along….

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Make sure you check out these links for some awesome layouts created with this sketch…

Becky

Kim

Lori

Alli

Crazy For Rubber

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As you can see…I’m a little crazy for rubber. 🙂 Nothing quite like new rubber to make your fingers itch to stamp! I took some photos and then put a few of my new stamps to good use. Featured on this layout…some of the new Noteworthy paper from Making Memories along with my new Big Inspiration(to be released Thursday), Scrapblocks™ and the Round and Round We Go sets from Cornish Heritage Farms.

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Since I had used another fun and funky color combo…I’ve included it again here for you to play with if you wish. Lots of fun embellishments tucked in around this design. Perhaps it is a little bit on the busy side…maybe a little crazy but it all goes with the theme of the layout I think. If you can’t have a little fun creating…well…why create?! Buttons, flowers, rhinestones, lace…all my favorite “stuff” is here. 🙂

Hope you enjoyed my layout and hope you join us for some scrappin fun!

Have an awesome day and check back tomorrow for a new Ways to Use it Challenge!

Julia

Supply LIst:

Stamps:
-Round and Round We Go (The Rummage Bin Line) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-This belongs to: & coffee stain from Ledger Me stamp set (The Rummage Bin Line) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Perfect Plaid Scrapblock™ by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Big Inspiration (Mona Lisa Moments line) by Cornish Heritage Farms

Ink:
-Black and Burnt Umber Palette Ink by Stewart Superior
-Raspberry Adirondack Ink by Ranger
-Vintage Photo Distress Ink by Ranger

Paper:
-Noteworthy 2 line by Making Memories
-Prism cardstock

Accessories:
-chipboard letters by Scenic Paper Route
-die cut strips by Doodlebug Designs
-gingham ribbon by Creative Impressions
-buttons by Autumn Leaves
-flowers by Prima
-rhinestones by MAMBI
-plastic tab from Office Sheers by Maya Road
-markers by Copic

11 responses to “Crazy for Rubber… a layout

  1. Absolutely FAB darling!
    LOVE that color combo, so hip and fresh!
    B-

  2. What a cool color combo! Love how you incorporated it into your FABULOUS layout!

  3. What a fantastic layout. I love it, the colors, the different elements – how fun.

  4. Wow – that’s quite a list of supplies! 😉 I love how you pulled them all together. Beautiful LO!

  5. yay! i’m back from my computer being dead and i can once again enjoy your posts, julia! this one has several of my favorite things, too! love it!

  6. Totally fabulous page, J! I love the patterned paper and color combo! Great layout too!

  7. hahahaha! cute subject for a page, J! LOL! love the “flowers”

  8. what a fun page! I love that you scrapped about yourself and what you love to do!

  9. Love love love this page! Beautiful colours, love the embellies!

  10. LOL to myself ’cause as I clicked to the comments I was thinking I would type “Love, love, love this page!” Then is caught a glimpse at Alli’s comments- what do they say about great minds!!!! Anyway, this page is fa-bu-lous! The layout, the theme and how you pulled all the embellishments together to make them work- perfection!

  11. Thanks for the sketch layouts. I always enjoy them. I made this layout when you originally posted this sketch, but since it was for a pre-made babybook, I wasn’t able to post my design until now. Otherwise the book would have been out of order. Anyway, here is my design. Thanks again for the layouts!!
    http://handstampedbylacey.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/07/baby-scrapbook-7-months-and-sketch-challenge.html
    ~Lacey Stephens
    http://www.handstampedbylacey.typepad.com

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