Friday, April 19, 2013

Ten Pages in Ten Days - Part 1

I had spring break from my day job a few weeks ago, and I used much of my time to create. In fact when the dust had settled at the end of the break I discovered that I had created ten pages in ten days. (I was especially proud of this spurt of crafting since we were also doing other spring break activities like day trips and play dates as a family.)

Now school is back in full swing and my latest round of grades are submitted so I have time to share some of the pages I created. (A few are being saved for later reveal dates.) So, without further ado, the first of the ten pages in ten days:

Here are some details:

The paper and embellishments are a mix of older items from a couple of different companies.

I love creating layouts about these kind of everyday topics. This is one that I started long ago, but it has been languishing in my "to-be-finished" pages pile. (Do you have a stash like that?) I was finally inspired to finish when I had the right tools at my disposal and since I count pages when I finish them, it is one of the ten in ten!


  1. I love the mixture of paper flowers and brads. Great clustering...I'm trying to expand my horizons to do this, too!

    That cake looks yummy too!

    1. Thanks! Clustering is somewhat new to me, but boy is it fun!