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Friday, June 15, 2012

Spring Semester by Valerie


Valerie Mangan is here to share a layout she created using SRM Mini Calendar Stickers, along with our school stickers. Valerie says, "SRM stickers are so versatile and the calendar stickers are no exception. For this layout I used Mini Calendars (Standard & Decorative) as a background element. I selected the first 5 months of the year because they represent the months of my Spring semester at school, the subject of my page."


"Then I got busy layering on additional elements, including stickers from the Express Yourself Graduation & School sheets to reinforce the theme. I added these as pennants under my main title. I also used the word "Spring" from the Live Life Calendar Year sheet as part of the title. My journaling is tucked into that glassine envelope behind the title and talks about my fear of going back after being gone so long."



"Hope I've inspired you today to work some of these versatile mini calendars into your next project!"

Love the way Valerie adhered the calendar stickers to coordinating, subtle patterned paper.  And, her pennants are perfect subtitles!  SUPPLIES: Mini Calendars - Standard (48005), Mini Calendars - Decorative (48006), Live Life - Calendar Year (49004), Express Yourself: -School (42020), Express Yourself - Graduation (42019).

9 comments:

Annette said...

awesome layout...

Cheryl said...

What a great layout!! I LOVE the way you used the calendar stickers!!

Carolyn King said...

Beautiful layout. LOVE how you layered and mixed the two calendar sticker sets!

Carolyn King said...

Beautiful layout. LOVE how you layered and mixed the two calendar sticker sets!

Jojorenee said...

This looks great!

~jan said...

What a fabulous layout, Val! Love how you backed the calendars with different patterns and then layered them!

~amy~ said...

lovelovelove

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Aimee Kidd said...

This is such a fabulous layout! I love all of the calendars and how you back them with different pieces of pattern paper!

 
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