Tuesday, June 4, 2013

A few My Scraps pages...

It's Tuesday!  Tomorrow is the last day of school in our neck of the woods.  I'm so ready for summer!  I can't wait to not have such a tight schedule for a few months.  Today, I'm sharing a few My Scraps and More pages that I created over the past few weeks.

This one is based on the current sketch over on the My Scraps Sketch Blog HERE.  Audrey Yeager created the awesome sketch, and I flipped it on its side.  I used the new Mint Julep line from Basic Grey...something out of my usual comfort zone.  I added some modeling paste through an arrow mask and lightly colored some of it with chalk.  I added some splatters, some washi and some twine, and that was it :)  The chipboard shapes in this line are pretty awesome, I must say.

This page features the Sweet Girl line from Echo Park...one I can't get enough of!  The colors and patterns are just my cup of tea.  I decided to go with big circles as my background.  I outlined a lot of the patterns with a black pen, and it makes a big difference, I think.  I added a few stamps here and there as well.  When I added m paint splatters, I accidentally splattered one right onto the photo...check out Reese's forehead....haha.  Nice blue splotch there.  Note to self....move photo before slinging paint everywhere...ha!

Both of these lines are available in the store HERE.  I promise you'll get the fastest shipping service EVER!  Tammi is amazing at fast customer service :)

Well, that's all for today.  Thanks so much for visiting me...I hope you have a fantastic day!


  1. gorgeous LOs!! Love your details..x

  2. Fabulous layouts, as always, Missy!! Love them both!

  3. Gorgeous work Missy!! Love the fab design of both of your layouts!! And beautiful use of color, as always!!

  4. Your pages are ALWAYS so bright and happy and cheerful, Missy! LOVE your mix of papers, and the way you've colored your modeling paste arrows with chalk is such a great idea! I'm always trying to figure out how to make my modeling paste stencils stand out even more. TFS!