14
Jun-2013

It’s a Process

Hello beautiful people! It’s late, I know, but tonight I’m sharing a layout for the highly anticipated Jot Magazine’s latest mood board challenge. And you all know how I love a good mood board! This one was tricky… mixing gingham with beads?!?!

However, not to be beaten, I pushed on and here’s the result… (and if I may say so, I luuurrrvve it!!)

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Before I go on, here was the mood board itself

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This layout just about made me cry as I made it. I absolutely love the way it turned out, but it seriously does not do this gorgeous girl justice – nothing could. She is my sister. She is my best friend. I pure and simply wouldn’t be without her. She’s going through “stuff” { just as we all do } and her favourite line (seriously, not a phone call goes by where I don’t hear her say it) “It’s a Process”. And I love that she can share it all with me, and that I can be there for her. So Deb, this is dedicated to you, my beautiful girl. I love you with all my heart.

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To be honest, I could have written a bazillion words in the journaling… and I actually think I might accompany it with a 6×12″ to sit beside it in an album. But that’s for another day. Now… I must sleep.

Materials

Kaisercraft cardstock, paper & stencil; Heidi Swapp Color Shine & Color Magic Notes; Tim Holtz Distress Ink; Scrapmatts chipboard; BoBunny stickers; Simple Stories stickers; ribbon, washi tape, beads, journaling pen

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  1. Kim Archer /

    Hey Sandra, thanks so much for entering our challenge — this looks great! Your sister is beautiful!
    KIM

    • admin /

      Aww Thanks Kim. Lime and Olive greens are favourite colours, so there was no way I was missing out on this challenge. I look forward to many more 🙂

  2. Kirsty /

    Congratulations on coming first place with this spectacular layout!! xo

    • admin /

      Thanks for your lovely comment Kirsty x

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