Tuesday, June 5, 2012

ScrapbookSteals MWM Turquoise #5

It really sucks when your creative brain decides to take a vacation, but you have a million things that you have to create!!!!  That has been the way things have been going for me the past few weeks.  I must admit I have been a little preoccupied with our 2 new pets.  Zoey our golden retriever is now almost 6 months old, but still full of puppy energy.  And she still seems to want to chew everything in sight!!!  But I love her to death.  And the newest member of our family, an adorable kitten my youngest daughter Megan found and fell in love with.  He is a cross between a maine coon and a scottish fold (Taylor Swifts kitten is a scottish fold).  His name is O'Malley and he is just the cutest darn thing.  So they have both kept me busy. 

OK, back to scrapbooking.  I figured the only way to get out of this slump is to just make something every day.  Monday is the deadline for Scrapbook Steals MWM, so what better place to start.  I didn't get Turquoise #4 finished, so I will have to catch up on that one before this sequence is up.  But I really wanted to get Turquoise #5 done on time.  And luckily I did with very little time to spare!!!

This is the Turquoise #5 Sketch done by the amazing MWM maker Kristy Lee!!  I loved it!!!

And this is my take on the sketch!

     I totally fell in love with the Neapolitan Collection from American Crafts!!! The colours are amazing with the brown and all of the pastel colours.  And the embellishments are beautiful with so many to choose from!!!!!
Other supplies:cardstock Bazzill, letters American Crafts Thickers, Ink Color Box, trim Basic Grey, flower Sassafrass, and the crocheted flower I made myself!!!!

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  1. Love this LO! The colours are beautiful :) Blake is too cute <3

  2. This layout is soo great..just love the clean and simple lines! The crocheted flower is gorgeous and the clustering of your accents! Super layout!