Sunday, 9 November 2014

Memory Keeping with Stampin Up Project Life - Gratitude

Hello there! Here I am again today (yes 2 posts in one day) with the monthly challenge for our Memory Keeping with Stampin Up Project Life design team. You can find us on Facebook HERE.
This month our theme was GRATITUDE so I took a while to think about all the things that I am grateful for, and there are a LOT!! I decided that my pages were to be about one specific thing I am grateful for so I chose Stampin Up and in particular our recent Convention in Brussels and the opportunity I had to spend so much time with my lovely team members and fellow demonstrators and Stampin Up staff members.
 I could have done at least 10 pages on this subject with all the photos I have but I had to narrow it down to just the 2 pages. I used the postcard that Stampin Up sent us in the top left as a title card and also can you see my name tag from Convention that I took off my lanyard, it’s just a shame I had to turn it the other way!
 On this page I was inspired to try my hand at making my own “doodled” card after seeing some wonderful designs by my lovely customer and friend Kate, she is amazing and used to go to art school so she loves making her own cards! I am in awe of her designs and Project Life pages.
 Here is a close up on my doodling, hope you like it! I’m still learning!

I would love you to pop over to my colleagues blogs to check out their Project Life pages too!

Claire Daly, Australia –
Julie Kettlewell, UK -
Delys Cram, New Zealand -
Tina Gillespie,  Australia -
Constanze Wirtz, Germany -
Janet Morrow Wakeland,  USA -
Kim Holterman,  Netherlands  -
Kimberly VanDiepen -
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  1. Totally awesome Julie! Love how you have incorporated so much memorabilia into your pages and hat doodling card just rocks! Does your friend Kate have a blog? I'd love to see her pages :)

  2. I think your doodled card is fantastic! I kept my Convention postcard and name tag to scrap too :)

  3. Love the doodled card, and the overall layout. The doodles was something that totally caught my eye - I wondered if you had worked on it with your team while you were at Convention! Such a cute page - definitely pinnable and caseable! Definitely going to use this as inspiration for my Convention pages when I get a chance to work on them!