Saturday, October 15, 2011

18 Years Later ~ ScrapFIT Reveal for Workout #54

I just knew when I came across this old photo of the girls with their cousin, Connie, I had to take a current shot and scrap them together. ScrapFIT Workout #54 was a perfect fit for these photos.

Numbers, numbers, and more numbers! Let's see a layout or card with lots and lots of numbers. Can you use them in your title? Can you add them as an embellishment? Can you stamp them? YES you can do all of those and more! Show us how your numbers add up!

Here is my example for you. I even used the numbers zero and one along with the negatives from the zeros to create my flowers:

I hope you are inspired to join us for this fun Workout!!

The winner of this Workout will receive this fabulous prize from The Paper Bakery Kit Club:

Be sure to head on over to ScrapFIT to be inspired by the work of our fabulous DT!


This paper came with a sticker sheet that had flowers in two sizes that coordinate with the flowers on the paper. I stuck them on the paper and spritzed glimmer mist over them as a mask. I used a few drops of Un-Du adhesive remover to get them off without damaging the page or the stickers. The funny think is that I blotted with a paper towel and since the stickers were shiny, the glimmer mist wiped right off, so I'll be able to use the stickers on another page.

I looked through my fonts to find 0's and 1's that looked similar to flower petals, and cut out bunches of them on my Gazelle. The o's were placed on a larger circle of kraft and once adhered, I trimmed around the petals. The ones and negatives from the zeros where inked then adhered to a small circle of kraft then shaped and curled, then a rhinestone placed in the center of each.

Because the girls were so young in the older photo, and down the road it might be hard to remember who each one is in the photo, I drew lines connecting the girls between the photos and hand stitched the lines to write the girls' names on.


Simple Stories - 100 Days of Summer ~ 100% Summer Fun
Simple Stories - 100 Days of Summer ~ Flash Cards
Simple Stories - 100 Days of Summer ~ Sweet Memories
Simple Stories - 100 Days of Summer ~ Cardstock Stickers Fundamentals
Simple Stories - 100 Days of Summer ~ Cardstock Stickers Expressions
Kraft Paper ~ Stash

Scrap-Friendzy Kit ~ Pom Pom Lace
Darice ~ Jute
Rhinestones ~ Stash
Stickers ~ Stash

Technique Items:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist ~ Simply Khaki
Tombo ABT #993
Zig Millennium 05 ~ Pure Black
Ranger Distress Ink ~ Pine Needles, Rusty Hinge, Spiced Marmalade
Ranger Alcohol Ink ~ Terra Cotta
DMC Thread ~ Stash
Black Thread ~ Stash

Fiskars ~ Softgrip Craft Knife
Fiskars ~ Self-healing Mat
EK Success Punch
Sewing Machine

Thanks for stopping by. I treasure your comments!

~ Blessings ~


  1. Hi Grace!
    Very pretty your page!! love the techniques and the stitched lines with her names is fantastic!!!
    Beautiful work!! Blessings and Hugs!!! :)

  2. Loveeeeeeeeeeeeee this! I loveeeeeeeeee the photos, the randomness of all the numbers and love love love all the FLOWERS! :):):):):):):):):):):)

  3. I love all the techniques you used. The flowers made from 0 and 1s are super clever, I wouldn't have known if you didn't explain. The stitching connection is a great way to identify people. TFS!

  4. Great LO how you used the numbers for the flowers-very creative!
    Alison xx

  5. Great the before and now photo's! Those flowers are great too!

  6. Hi.. this is so lovely.. it is very special because of the before and after photos and the precious memories in between.. a precious layout to celebrate friendship..

  7. This is really pretty! I love all of the yellow/gold in the flowers!

  8. Beautiful layout with beautiful photos, love the all the pretties too, especially the bloom!

  9. Wow, this is so packed full of fun & pretty elements.
    The flowers really pop.
    Just lovely!

  10. Love, love, love the photos and how the page turned out. Great!

  11. very pretty, love all the flowers you added!!


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