It’s the start of a new week and I have some exciting news. Most likely you have already heard that Snickerdoodle Designs has opened a shop at O’Scraps. You can now find her designs at
I’m writing on the blog today to share more layouts using Snickerdoodles’ newest release This is Me September. It’s currently available at all three shops at a reduced price so don’t miss out. I hope you have been collecting all the parts of the This is Me series. They coordinate so it’s easy to create many unique and personalized layouts. Today I am featuring layouts using the September Collection.
Don’t be misled. This collection is not just for back to school themed pages.
If you regularly read the blog you know that Rochelle has undergone a quest for fitness including completing a Triathlon. The page she created is amazing. I really like her masked photo and the clusters as well as the font she chose for her title. It’s the journaling and the story she tells that takes center stage. I like the way she created text paths so the words perfectly frame her photo.
The background paper Michelle chose is perfect for her theme. I like the way she framed and overlapped her photos. The torn notebook paper is ideal for her journaling. I like the way she fastened it with the bow and the file fastener. The cluster she created along the bottom edge of the page is realistically shadowed. The circle stitching mimics the circle shapes on the map paper. The small cluster and pieces of text paper complete the page flawlessly.
The extraction in Zanthia’s layout is so effective when placed against the black background paper included in the collection. I like the clock stamp she added to the background. The horizontal cluster is colorful in contrast to the background. The elements she chose perfectly represent the back to school experience.
The graphic background paper chosen by Renee is the perfect backdrop for her heritage photos. I like the way she stitched the larger photo down the sides and framed the smaller with the slide frame stamp. The red flower in the clusters really pops and the stamp of the children on the seesaw is vintage in keeping with her theme.
The frame constructed from overlapping rulers is one of the most popular elements in the collection. It’s used expertly by Kay to frame the photo of the two girls. The blended background she chose is included in the kit. I like the way she added the clock stamp in gray to match the flowers and leaves. The vertical cluster composed of flash cards and ending with the owl perched on the stack of books moves the eye down the page. The journal card, included in the collection, serves as her title and her journaling.
The yellow and black paper Kythe selected works so well with her photo. There’s always something so intriguing about a photo taken from behind. The torn paper adds dimension. I like the way she resized one of the background papers and framed it to create a unique element for her page.
I’ve come to the end of my post so thanks for reading along. I hope I have inspired you to do some creating of your own school related or not. Have a great week!