Butterfly Die-

Circle Cutter-

Punch 307

A Challenge Outside the Box

Hi! Angela Fehr here and I have a confession to make. I love sketches! I almost always use one as a starting point for a scrapbooking layout, and so the May challenge is right up my alley.

BeeCeeCreativity Layout Sketch 6 by Bev CodeI wanted to scrap some vacation photos, but the challenge called for a "mother" theme, so I journaled a little about how much it meant to me, the mom, to vacation with my family this winter. And I used the Kreaxions butterfly die to create my journaling blocks!
STAY AND PLAY LAYOUT

My newest punch is #307, and I like the geometric edge when using the punch without a guide attached. I also cut out a circle using the circle cutter and B Template, and punched around the edge for added texture.

Thanks for looking, and I hope I've inspired you to interpret the sketch a little differently and be flexible with the themes! Use the Challenge tab at the top of the page to navigate to our current challenge and play along!

9 thoughts on “A Challenge Outside the Box

  1. Bev Code

    perfect paper, accents and great theme for the challenge.. fabulous use of punches… great layout

  2. wendyp

    how cute is that pattern paper! awesome idea to use the butterflies for journaling spots. Great job!

  3. stephanie

    This is wonderful.

  4. Linda Beeson

    The butterfly dies are a great place for your journaling and I am really loving that punch you used, that edge is so neat.

  5. GinniG

    I love sketches too! And I LOVE what you did with my new punch! (I ordered the same one LOL!) GREAT LO!

  6. Barbara Bruder

    Love your take on this sketch. Your paper is perfect with the vacation theme too.I agree with Linda, the butterflies are a great area to journal.Great layout.

  7. Jess

    Cool LO! Great use of the die cut!

  8. Valerie Bishop

    This is just the cutest layout! Great idea to use the butterflies as a journal spot!

  9. Gina

    adorable!

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Butterfly Die-

Circle Cutter-

Punch 307

A Challenge Outside the Box

Hi! Angela Fehr here and I have a confession to make. I love sketches! I almost always use one as a starting point for a scrapbooking layout, and so the May challenge is right up my alley.

BeeCeeCreativity Layout Sketch 6 by Bev CodeI wanted to scrap some vacation photos, but the challenge called for a "mother" theme, so I journaled a little about how much it meant to me, the mom, to vacation with my family this winter. And I used the Kreaxions butterfly die to create my journaling blocks!
STAY AND PLAY LAYOUT

My newest punch is #307, and I like the geometric edge when using the punch without a guide attached. I also cut out a circle using the circle cutter and B Template, and punched around the edge for added texture.

Thanks for looking, and I hope I've inspired you to interpret the sketch a little differently and be flexible with the themes! Use the Challenge tab at the top of the page to navigate to our current challenge and play along!

9 thoughts on “A Challenge Outside the Box

  1. Bev Code

    perfect paper, accents and great theme for the challenge.. fabulous use of punches… great layout

  2. wendyp

    how cute is that pattern paper! awesome idea to use the butterflies for journaling spots. Great job!

  3. stephanie

    This is wonderful.

  4. Linda Beeson

    The butterfly dies are a great place for your journaling and I am really loving that punch you used, that edge is so neat.

  5. GinniG

    I love sketches too! And I LOVE what you did with my new punch! (I ordered the same one LOL!) GREAT LO!

  6. Barbara Bruder

    Love your take on this sketch. Your paper is perfect with the vacation theme too.I agree with Linda, the butterflies are a great area to journal.Great layout.

  7. Jess

    Cool LO! Great use of the die cut!

  8. Valerie Bishop

    This is just the cutest layout! Great idea to use the butterflies as a journal spot!

  9. Gina

    adorable!

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