Saturday, August 18, 2012

Time Will Tell

This month's challenge at Scrap Our Stash is Time Will Tell. This challenge is really wide open to many interpretations, but what I thought of was all the possibilities when it comes to my kids. For instance, my little 2yr old monster, what will he be like in a couple more years? My daughter that starts high school this year, where is she headed? So I just started looking through photos and these grabbed me.

  I believe this was one of her very first hits in one of her very first competitive league games. It's only been 2 years but she's developed so much as a player since this day. She loves this sport and aspires to go far with it. What kid doesn't dream of going pro at some point, right?
  But I did want to remind her to have fun, after all, it is just a game.

So here I used this totally fun softball line from Moxxie, punched the star border into kraft cs, cut my photo matte to resemble the stitches of the ball, made my journaling spot to resemble home plate, added some white and brown ink to where the title was going, to make it a little 'dirty' and added the cute cs stickers, a few brads and photo corners to focus the eye on the title.

If you participate in this challenge you can send your projects to Deborah at and she'll post your creation on the blog. We'd love to see what you do!
Thanks so much for stopping by. :)Ange


Debbie P said...

I love this layout Ange! Everything about it is fantastic! I especially love your punched border! I will have to steal that idea one of these days. It's just too cool! I hate that your layout is cut of over at SOS.

Nathalie said...

This is one great layout Ange! I love the title and the way you have it framed by chevrons! The whole design is great!

angie gutshall said...

I really like this! Great design and use of papers!

just jennifer said...

love it! I often have a hard time using the themed paper but you knocked it out of the park :)

Anonymous said...

Love the way you highlighted the title with your arrows.

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