Happy Saturday and welcome to the Scrappin Roots Blog Hop hosted by Erin of SpantastiKreations. We're going back to were it all began for most of us --- Layouts. Everyone on the hop today has created a one or two page layout to inspire you.
If you just happened upon my blog and haven't had a chance to begin at the beginning start HERE. I promise you'll enjoy the wonderful projects that the ladies have created. There is some great talent here.
I created a two page layout about our trip to the birthplace of Booker T. Washington in Moneta, VA. It was a very educational and peace trip. The kids really enjoyed themselves. I actually followed a sketch created by Melin over at Cooking With Cricut. In fact, why don't you stop on by and join in the challenge.
The quotes say, "One man cannot hold another man down in a ditch without remaining down in the ditch with him. Few things can help an individual more than to place responsibility on him, and to let him know that you trust him."
paper - We R Memory Keepers
tags from Tag, Bags, and More Cricut Cartridge
flowers cut at varying sizes from the
font from Gypsy Font Cricut Cartridge
photo mats cut using paper from the Recollections collection
white gel pen
raindrops created using recipe found at Kinderstampo
Tea Dye Distress Ink
homemade glimmer mist
Head on over to Christina at Crafting with Christina and feast your eyes on her creations.
In case you get lost, here is the complete line-up.
Ann Marie: http://www.cardsbyyourstrulee.blogspot.com/
Christel: http://www.onescrappinsista.blogspot.com/ **YOU ARE HERE!**
Cristina: http://www.craftingwithcristina.com/ **NEXT**
I hope you like my layout. Leave a comment by midnight Sunday. I extended the deadline. Become a