Layouts by our other Crafty Mavens:
Layouts by our Destination group members:
Susan Brochu: I think I got everything in there! Teal, gray & white cardstock, 3 patterned papers, three arrows (2 at the top and one on the photo), chipboard (banner at the top and the square at the bottom), something old (scallop sticker under the top of the photo is from a 2012 Pebbles sheet) and a travel embellishment (“great adventures” label). This one was really fun to put together!
Anne-Marie Marcoux: Recipe complete! Not bad considering I hardly ever use gray in a layout. That was fun! All supplies are more than a year old except the stamp and some enamel dots. Got my 3 arrows, 2 of which are chipboard. I even got a travel themed transparency and stamp!
Darrel2585: Love this challenge! Papers from Shimille cover the teal & greys plus the 3 patterned papers; dark teal card stock as layout and photo backing. Car wood veneer covers the travel themed embellishment. The gold and teal tag is an old one from my stash (maggie homes?), a chipboard heart and chipboard/wood veneer arrows round out the challenge!
Amber Bernemann: I loved this challenge! I have been working on my Maui honeymoon album and I had this grey and white striped Elle’s studio paper from one of my hip kits that I wasn’t sure what to do with. We hiked into the Haleakala crater which is a valcano so it’s at a high elevation. The temperature is quite cool and windy hence the scarf and sweaters in Maui. I have all the elements for the challenge on here although I haven’t been scrapbooking for a year yet so nothing in my stash is over a year old. However, I bought some scrappy things from Jen Stokes and the chipboard camara was from that so maybe it was in her stash for over a year:) I think I was over zealous with the distress ink but oh well!
Stephanie Sierra Blumberg: 3 arrows, 3+ patterned papers (most of these papers are over a year old, teal and grey, n-s-e-w sign. Background paper is cardstock.
Adrienne Richardson: The chipboard was hard but the bottom corner arrow and the little true story are both chipboard.
Sabina Kamadjieva: 3 arrows, 3 patterned papers, grey as a cardstock, chipboard alpha. Pops of teal on the paper & as an embellishment. The word “adventures” as a travel theme. All of it is old, old from my stash. Thanks for the challenge, had lots of fun creating!
Shannon Daley Allor
Melissa VanderHeiden: Here is my layout! Patterned Papers: Map print, Triangle print, 3×4 cut apart cards. Chipboard: Mason jar and scalloped circle. Travel themed: Globe. More than a year old: Teal camera from Shimelle’s first collection.
Courtney Ludman Gregory
Rachel Ivey: 3 different pattern papers: The background (1), The banners and mattings – used both A & B sides (2), The strips at the top and the numbers were cut from another pattern (3). Cardstock: Color Teal and mounted the pattern background paper on it. Colors teal and gray – check, 3 arrows – check, chipboard – check, travel theme embellishment – check, and something more than a year old – 5x checked.
Sara Mishler: My 3 patterned papers are from Shimelle’s True Stories collection. My cardstock is the white base. I used teal and grey patterned papers as well as some Tim Holtz Hickory Smoke ink on the edges. My arrows are from the Crate Paper Poolside and Simple Stories I Am collections. My chipboard is my Thickers. Travel embellishment is the compass flair. And the old stash is the scattered stickers from Echo Park’s This and That collection. Thanks for looking!
Lynne Brown-Hardy: I used 5 patterned papers, a bunch of arrow, 2 of which are chipboard and a hot air ballon wood veneer. Cardstock is grey although hard to tell.
Dianna Waugh Woitas