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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Scrapbookers Anonymous February Challenge

February!  The month of cold miserable weather (at least here) and Valentines day (yeah).  Instead of going with a horrible weather theme we decided on Valentines Day so for our February challenge at Scrapbookers Anonymous we're asking you to use hearts and stitching.  A minimum of 3 hearts to be more specific.
I know pink zebra stripe and a unicorn!... probably not for everyone.  But when I saw this paper at the LSS I knew I needed it and was going to use it as a base.  I'm a fan of busy bases for some reason. :) The big photo is of Marin playing movie theater.  The little pictures which may be hard to see are baby dolls that have been put down for naps, which I find placed around the house at random.

(blue heart pp - Prima, black and white flower pp - Imaginesce, lavendar pp - Die Cuts With a View,little flowers- Prima, unicorn - Reminisce, castle rub-on Maya Road, felt hearts - cut from Sizzix)

Stop by Scrapbookers Anonymous to see what the rest of the DT created!

20 comments:

Angi Barrs said...

This is so fun! Love the unicorn. :)

Debbie P said...

Oh I just love this layout! Such cute photos and such a cute story. I just love these moments and it's wonderful to celebrate them in our layouts, because they aren't going to be around forever. I can't wait to try this challenge. I don't sew, but I do have a "Sew Easy" that I've never even opened. See you ladies at Scrap Our Stash really do get us to use our stash!

Missy Whidden said...

Oh my gosh...that is the sweetest picture! I adore that zebra background paper & that cute unicorn! So girly :) All those felt hearts just set it all off!

mandysea said...

This is adorable! Love the pink zebra paper for this LO - just perfect. The unicorn is really cute too!

sandi said...

This is just so sweet! I really love that background paper...it has a lot of zip to it!

yyam said...

Awww...this is soooo sweet! I love the busy base and that cute unicorn...I would buy it too. :)

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Soooooooooooooo FUN!! I loveeeeeeeeee that giraffe!! :):):):):):):):):):):):)

Roxy said...

Lea, this layout is totally smokin', I looooooove that pink unicorn!!! And your little girl is such a sweetie, that is totally what Ailis was like at that age with her dolls - too cute! Hugs, Roxy.

Lynnda Hosni said...

Cute photo Lea!! Your layout is full of fun things to admire,, I heart this one... Beautifully done .. Hugs xoxo

Heather Jacob said...

wow Lea this is a stunner love the way you have used that background paper ... awesome x

Anne said...

Looks a bit like you have been smoking the carpet !! All these colors and weird animals but I love it !!

Lizzy Hill said...

Hi Lea - the miserable weather LO could be a great idea...grey & raining here too:( But this LO brightened my day:):) LOOOOVE your busy-ness....especially the bg paper...& those little rosettes are sooo cute. Is that black stitching on the blue/mauve bg paper? Looks great:):)

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Oh this is sooo cute!!! Love that funky paper that you've used for the background! Awesome!!! :D

Vicky Varvadouka said...

Hi there Lea! thanks so much for visiting and for your kind words!!! Your DD is such a sweetheart! My DDs do the same thing!!! I find dolls all over the house LOL!!! Lovely layout!!!
Hugsss!!!

Sue Althouse said...

Good idea to pass on the horrible weather theme, but this winter is really lame, isn't it? I love the unicorn and pink zebra stripes!

Helen Tilbury said...

Aaaw it's too adorable! Pink zebra stripes and a unicorn are just perfect for this little page!! Sounds like a neat challenge!!! And you are going to have to explain Ground Hog day to me...I've actually heard of it but no idea of it's significance...!!!

alexa said...

That's a brilliant photo, and the background makes the whole page wave at me!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

So sweet, love those hearts, sounds like a fun challenge too!!!

Theresa said...

wow!!! I love the base sheet. I wish I was better at working with so much pattern. you make it work and look fabulous. so fun!!!!

Anne Pennington said...

I am a serious fan of zebra stripes!! Very well-done use of the pattern!! Love it!!!