Monday, August 6, 2018

In the School House layout for Use Your Stuff challenge-Triangles

Good Morning and welcome :) I hope you are having a great start to this first full week of August. Today I am the host over at Use Your Stuff challenge blog and the challenge I chose to host is Triangles....Let's see these lovely shapes on your project for the week.......
This is what I created using triangles:
For my layout inspiration I used pinterest and also used my current counterfeit kit: Summer Life. This was our 1st stop at the fair, we always enjoy seeing what the kids have created and these were a few of our favorites and I can see the judges liked them too. I used 3 pattern papers from my kit that I pulled together from my 100 pattern paper pile.
 My journaling
 The corner picture of the building itself. I used some of the paper clips in my kit for the layout in reference to school and I also grabbed an old pack of stickers I got at the dollar store when I first started scrapping that had reference to school
 3 of my favorite exhibits in the school house :) I did some doodling on the background triangles
plus the quilt had a triangle edge too. This is part of our Summer Life seeing the local fair and this is gonna be a good month to scrap those memories with my counterfeit kit. Thank you for stopping by today to see what I'm up too in my little corner of the world....
If your seeing triangles in your creating this week then come on over to Use Your Stuff challenge blog and link it up...


  1. What a cute layout Tina! I love the triangles-a great challenge by the way, and I love the papers you have used. Loving those cute puffy stickers too! It is always fun to see the talents of the kiddo's. I always enjoyed May Day at our school district to see the talents of the kids. They are extremely talented! Can't believe we are in Aug! It's been a wet summer. Hugs, Brenda

  2. I love how full and lively this layout is! I have such a hard time w/ triangles as a design element but you make it look so easy!

  3. Great layout, love the yellow under the school picture, it really pops.