Pages…of 3 kinds


Just got 3 “pages” to share with you today ;)

Page 1
The first “page” I have to share is that Blogger just added a new feature–PAGES!! Now my blog can have “pages” associated with it. The first three pages I added are:

They're still being updated (I have about 3 years' worth of blogs to go through) but it is kind of nice to have it all in one place. They're linked over in the left-hand column of my blog for easy reference.

Page 2
Here's another page:

Donna Salazar Designs Facebook Group

Go check it out and enter to win a giveaway of Donna's new product line!!


Page 3

The last “pages” I have to share are my scrapbook pages that I have been working on this week. To help keep up with my goal of creating 365 pages this year I have been participating in alot of sketch and other challenges. I like challenges because they help me focus by limiting my supplies, design choices, or just telling me what to do. Here are some pages I created:

Using Sketch 98 from Valerie Salmon's GOT SKETCH blog AND some of Donna Salazar's new paper lines from Product Performers:


I created this “Whistle” page for my own 10 Supplies Challenge to use rub-ons this week:

Supplies:
Paper – Scenic Route, Bazzill
Rub-Ons – Basic Grey
Stickers – Creative Imaginations, Making Memories
Diecuts – Created using the Silhouette Diecutting System
Lace Paper – KI Memories
Pen – EK Success

I created this page “Target” for the Inspired Blueprints Sketch 42 and for the How Much Is Too Much Challenge “A Stitch In Time Saves 9” to use stitching and 9 items on the page (9 pieces of paper).

Supplies:
Alphas – Making Memories
Papers – October Afternoon, Sassafras Lass
Pen – EK Success
Ink – Colorbox
Diecuts – Created using the Silhouette Diecutting System

Hope you're getting some scrapbooking done this year and accomplishing all of your goals ;) Don't forget about The Everyday Scrapper Blog Hop going on now!! Check it all out HERE.

Happy Scrapping!!!

Author: Jennifer Priest

It started with jewelry, beading, sewing, home decor, painting, basket weaving, pottery, and cross-stitch. Marry that to an entrepreneurial spirit & at 9 years old a girl is selling her wares at craft fairs as far as her parents and grandparents would drive her. These days, Jennifer enjoys crafts of all genres from sewing to scrapbooking to jewelry with a little dabbling in the mixed media world. Her style is approachable and she wants everyone who sees her work to feel that they too can embrace creativity and make their home and life beautiful.

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