Cathedral of Reims - 3 Scrappy Boys Main Kit


Hi, again!!!! I am back to share a double page layout created using the August Main Kit from 3 Scrappy Boys kit club which features Lily bee designs This & That.

This layout is based on sketch #17 from Sketch Support. It was a long time I did not create a two page layout, so this was my self induced challenge. This goal was easily met with the main kit, since it includes two black cardstocks and two kraft cardstocks. Love those colors that are a staple in everyone stash.

My favorite item from the kit is the Maya Road - Trinket Blossoms . The kit includes four of these beautiful flowers. I used the golden yellow ones for my page. Here is a close-up! They are approximately 1".
The pinking circle was created with a PTI die. The flowers's banner was created with a SU! punch. It was attached against a WRMK black/white twine and liquid glue.

The photos are from our trip to Reims in June, 2009 at the Cathedral of Reims.Even with the so many pictures I had scrapped from this trip, I still have more photos scrap worthy. But who is counting??

And in some other news, 3 Scrappy Boys Facebook page reached the milestone of 100 Likes. Now, let's get to 150 Likes for a gift pack from the store. Nice!!

On the personal, classes will start in less than three weeks, so we are in the back to school mode. So ready for it!

Next post, I will be sharing some photos from this summer vacations. Really hope you like them, since they will keep me busy for the rest of the year and the next!! LOL!

Thanks for visiting!
Nite, nite!

Yara

4 comments:

Kelly Massman said...

Gorgeous photos and page!

Lea said...

Very striking layout with the black base! And what gorgeous pictures!!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

I loveeeeeee this!! GORGEOUS photos!! And thanks for voting for me on GCD's site... I soooooo appreciate it! :):):):):):):):):):):)

Izzyb said...

Love that flower and your work. You have a great blog. I'm so inspired! I'm a new follower. :-)

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