Saturday, January 31, 2015

Oldie's but Goodies - Chip

Gillian Nelson is hosing an Oldie's but Goodie's Challenge over at Studio Calico and since all I have is older products this was right up my alley ;) It's another cottage layout and I'm LOVING  how it came out!!  It's simple but it still gives me that "cottagy" feel :)

The only thing that is new on this layout is the wood grain paper which I downloaded from Pixel Scrapper. Since my scrapbooing is on a no spending diet I love it when I come across some great free finds and Pixel Srapper has a lot!

Supplies Used
Light Wood Paper from Pixel Scrapper - you can download it here
Bazzil Basics Pattern Paper
Beary Patch (how many people remember this brand?) for the patchwork hearts
Stampin Up for the tags
Bella Blvd for the words "Hanging Out"
And my Cricut

Thanks for stopping by,


Sandi Clarkson said...

Glad you are scrapping again. We all must take a break from time to time. Love your page.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love this! LOVING the repeated title and the hearts!

Anonymous said...

Way to use up your oldies but goodies! Well done! I did that challenge too and it felt great to use some old stuff :)

Becky said...

Love all the journaling and those little hearts!!

Dana Tatar said...

Great page! I love all the journaling and the pop of red! Thanks for sharing! :)

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Love the title and all that journalling is priceless!

Jen Mc said...

This is a wonderful layout!

Leslee said...

I am trying to use up some of my stash too! Thanks for taking a visit to my blog! I like your layout! Telling the story and the pop of red!

Tracy said...

Such a fun layout :)
Great challenge as, I am sure, we all have a lot of older product :)

Heather Jacob said...

love this layout , the little hearts are so gorgeous x

Dictionary said...

Doesn't it always feel great to use up all the product laying around. What a fun layout and love the in depth journaling you provided.

Unknown said...

I remember the Beary patchwork hearts! My sister hoarded them! Love the page and what a fun chip story!