Monday, June 2, 2014

Grandfather Mountain layout SG Blog Hop

Welcome to the Summer Scrapbook Generation Blog Hop!

I'm always excited about this blog hop. Not only to be a part of it but to see the other talented layouts from SG sketches. 

To start from the beginning head over to the Scrapbook Generation blog.

Here is a layout I created using a SG Sketch. I've had these pictures and the paper picked out for forever and just hadn't gotten around to this layout. It's from 2011! Yikes I'm behind.


One of the things that attracts me to SG sketches is the number of pictures that you can use. I take lots of pictures and have a hard enough time selecting pictures, so the more the better!


The paper is mainly from a CTMH kit that I've been hoarding for this layout. The pine cones and trees scream outdoors, but not in your typical colors. The title letters are all from various Echo Park kits. Lately I'm stealing from different kits to get a type variation. I just love that look.



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8 comments:

Lori said...

Great outdoor layout! Love your mix of alphas on your title.

Tasha said...

Great layout! Your title work and product choices are right on.

Diane said...

Thanks for sharing. I can see why you saved this paper for the LO. It's perfect. I, too, love SG sketches for incorporating lots of pics on a LO.

Cindy said...

Really like the title on the tag! I like the different looks too.

Jennyfer L said...

Awesome outdoor layout! Seemed like you guys had tons of fun!

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

great layout.. love the papers you use.

shutterbuggin said...

Love your layout and pictures. I'm another that loves to use lots of photos.

Steffanie said...

Fantastic paper selection and I love how you did the title on the tag! Thanks for sharing!