February 28

Wow – February really is a short month, huh? Seems like just last week I was choosing items for this month’s Scraps & Stash kit, and now here it is already the last Saturday of the month.

I honestly haven’t gotten as much done with this kit as I would have liked to, but what I have made, I’m totally in love with. Maybe that’s because I love to scrapbook about our travels, y’think?

So here’s a recap of what I’ve accomplished so far with my February kit:

1. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

This layout incorporated two challenges – one from the Stuck?! Sketches blog, and the other from the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog. I used the February 1 sketch from Stuck?! and Challenge #1 from CKC. Love, love, love how this one turned out, although that stitching with the baker’s twine took me seriously for.ev.er. 🙂

Jackson Hole

2. Prismatic Pools

This layout was created to showcase a technique I blogged about on the Scrap Your Scraps blog (and also here, for yesterday’s DIY Friday post). I pulled in a few extra elements – the kraft cardstock, the printed doily, and the stitched banner.  P1160595

3. You’re Neat Card

This is another project created for the Scrap Your Scraps/DIY Friday technique. I just love the blues and browns together on both these projects.P1160598

4. Mountain People double page spread

This is the most recent layout – I actually put it together this morning. I had lots of waterfall photos from our Yellowstone excursions, and I wanted to put them together on one spread. Again, there were mostly blues and browns working together, so I decided to put in a little pop of red to mix things up. Mountain People

And, as you can imagine, I still have lots of kit left. I actually want to get back into my scrap studio later tonight and some tomorrow to see how much more of a dent I can put in it. If I get to, I’ll be sure to add any new projects to this post, as well as the kit leftovers once I’m done with it for good.

See you next week, when we’ll be looking at an ALL NEW Scraps & Stash kit for March! In the meantime, I’d love to see your projects as well. Be sure to visit our Facebook group and share your photos there.


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