Sunday, March 18, 2018

Processing Tomatoes layout for Lasting Memories scrapbook challenge

Good Morning once again :) today is a busy day here at the blog posting.
If you are looking for the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog challenge #2 post you can find that here.
If you are looking for Sketch N Scrap Lucky Charms Crop 3rd challenge post you can find that here.

Last post of the day :) Sunday is usually for Lasting Memories Scrapbook challenges and this Sunday this is the newest challenge for March.  Our theme for March has been - March - National Month Of... and this week's challenge is:

LM #387National Frozen Food Month &  National Nutrition Month 

Create a Foodie layout - you can have food in the picture, in the paper, or in the embellishments
I just love to do foodie layouts, great to have the everyday happenings in my albums. This layout came about from LOAD1017 Day 16 prompt:
I’ve got a secret…
 …to success – document something you are proud of accomplishing:
…to success – document something you are proud of accomplishing. Always proud each year what we get accomplished through the harvest season. Tomatoes this year (2017)- I had fun instagraming the process which helped with my journaling for this layout too.
Close ups of the layout. I went with a grid format cause of having so many pictures. I found that if I google the photo amount with the words scrapbook sketch I get lots of sketches to choose from. 
My title block
My journaling.
Thank you once again for stopping by today and seeing what I'm up to in my little corner of the world. I look forward to seeing your creation for this fun challenge linked up over at Lasting Memories Scrapbook challenges.


  1. Love, love, love your layout Tina. The grid design is perfect to show your story! You have the best challenge ideas as well!!!

  2. Great layout and perfect for this challenge.

  3. This is really well put together Tina. Nicely done.

  4. Love this layout Tina and love the design of it. The pictures are so fabulous and I love the papers and embellishments you used. But what I love the most, that you got this in the album! Hugs, Brenda