Thursday, July 7, 2011

Out With the Old, In With the New Day 5

Housekeeping:  Someone, I think it was Deanna, asked if using the sketches was necessary.  No.  It is not.  It is a jumping off space for those who need the place to jump from.


I see a couple of layouts already linked up.  I hope to see a lot more as we move towards the end of the week.  Bexx?  :)


Today's challenge:  Combine two of your Apron Strings kits - one of your older ones and one of your newer ones.  Mix up the papers or embellies or both.  If you have a partial kit, this is a great way to reinvent it.  If you don't have Apron Strings kits, take some of your older papers and mix in a newer purchase.  Due date:  Saturday, July 9th in the evening.


A few examples from Past Kits:
  • The We R Memory Keepers Show & Tell from the Smaller August '10 with either the Fancy Pants Rusted Sun or Graphic 45 Boardwalk from the Smaller July '10 kits
  • The Echo Park's Sweet Summertime from the Bigger August '10 with the Jillibean Blossom Soup from the Bigger April '11 kits
  • The Lily Bee Domestic Goddess from the Smaller October '10 with the Sassafras Lass Elle's Tale from the Smaller May '11 kits
  • The Bella Blvd Honey I'm Home from the Bigger January '10 with the Bella Blvd Tail Waggers from the Bigger May '11 kits
I'm off to accomplish something, since that didn't go so well yesterday.  I've got play time coming up later today and I'd like to enjoy it without a list of "should haves" running through my head.

Happy Thursday.


3 comments:

Charlene said...

Hey that's a great sketch! Hope I have time to play along! Swimming today!! Yay summer!!

MaryE said...

Lori, Thanks for the sketches (love them!) and the great ideas. I hope to play along...I have a few photos that need to be scrapped!

Deanna said...

Here's my version on the sketch which was perfect for some of our travel photos! Used alot of stuff from my stash along with scraps from a newer Apron Strings March Kit. YEAH!

"The Great Escape"
http://momentstocherish-deanna.blogspot.com/2011/07/great-escape.html