Friday, October 16, 2015


Let's all hear some noise! (Crowds in roaring cheers.) :)

Are you ready for another installment of Freaky Fast Friday? Have you created yours yet?  If not, (or even if you have), feast your eyes on today's wonderful version created by Rochelle Spears:

So what is all the hubbub about?

We are bringing back a challenge that was run at The ScrapRoom a few years back.  Here's how it works.  Each month, we will introduce a basic formula to use to get a page done.   They will be simple instructions to choose a base paper to start your page along with instructions to cut pattern papers to complete a page. It's that easy!! Tammy's kits are perfect too,...just grab a bag and you're ready to go!
This month, we are even able to offer up a prize to one of our subscribers who participates:

 Simple Stories Life Documented Day to Day Card Set

Let's look at this month's formula... 
  1. Cardstock or subtle patterned paper background 
  2. 9"x 5" patterned paper
  3. 10"x 6" patterned paper
  4. 10"x 3" patterned paper
  5. 11"x 3" patterned paper
  6. 11"x 1" strip patterned paper
  7. 11.5"x 1/2" strip patterned paper
It's as easy as 1,2, 3,...(and 4)!!
1. Collect as many pictures as you like.
2. Cut your patterned paper to the dimensions stated above.
3. Push the paper around your cardstock till you achieve the look you want, or simply lift one of the layouts below!
4. Adhere and EMBELLISH! It is that easy!!

 And, here's a recap from last week:

Fall Visitors

Heather Robertson created her layout with the Simple Stories Pumpkin Spice line from the October 2015 Flavor of the Month kit.


Tammy Harp created a wonderful Fall layout with the Simple Stories Pumpkin Spice line from the October 2015 Flavor of the Month kit.

A Memory Fave!

I played along using Dear Lizzy Documentary from the  October 2015 Flavor of the Month kit.

Hope that you will play along and submit your project in any of the comments below a Freaky Friday post for a chance to win.  Have a super weekend!!

1 comment:

  1. Such cute layouts. Also, what an interesting concept for a challenge.