Saturday, March 3, 2012

Having some October Afternoon Fun!

I dug out some of my October Afternoon "Sidewalks" collection last night to play with. I just love this collection! I had bought some paper from my LSS and then I had received some of the coordinating embellishments in my OA Santa's Sack. Everything on this layout is October Afternoon, from paper to trims! The only items that are not OA that I used on this layout are the Cosmo Cricket mini letters, blue Sharpie, and staples! The background paper is not from the Sidewalks collection, but from the Hometown collection. It went perfectly so I used it! 

I used a sketch from Love Joy Paper that went awesome with these photos. (Find the sketch here.) I am so glad I have these pictures scrapped now; I have had them sitting around for months!
 




P.S. I just have to tell you this!!! I won the giveaway from Tina's blog called A Dog's Life! Click here to see some of the goodies I won! I cannot BELIEVE it-- I will be sure to post pictures when I get the boxes of goodies!

7 comments:

katiebug92 said...

Heather, this layout is so cute! the colors are wonderful, and congrats to winning a giveaway!!

Moongirl said...

Super cute! I love that line.

Ashley Horton said...

I LOVE all of the OA goody-ness on this page Heather! And the twirled twine that you stapled down is a really fun idea!! And another Congrats on winning the big prize from Tina's giveaway!! :)

Auntie Em said...

Love your pretty LO! OA is always a great way to start any project! I like the way you swirled the twine.

Congratulations on winning the awesome prize on Tina's blog! You will be well set up for creating for ages with all the sweet stuff she had in it! Woo-Hoo!

Angela said...

Your layout is wonderful! I love the whole design! And I was thrilled that you won the "A Dog's Life" contest! You are going to make some SU-WEET projects with all that loot!

MarLeah Cole said...

Wow! I'm so happy you won the giveaway! You definitely deserve it. : )

okanogangirl said...

I LOVE this!!!! Of course, it is OA. Great job. I love the detail you used in stitching the twine down.