Friday, August 19, 2016

Sail Away with Me Blog Hop

Sail away with us to view nautical creations of all kinds by our lovely line up of crafters.  Today's hop should be smooth sailing! Should you veer off course the first stop on your hop is Alicia and she can get you back in the right direction. 

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Now on with the hop!

I have a friend who has gotten me back into scrapbooking and today I have some layouts I have put together. My daughter had her 5th grade graduation in the spring and she went to Serene Hills Elementary, a school with a sailor theme so naturally all my pages had to have the nautical theme in them.

Area on the bottom and to the left is for journaling. This was their whole class posing for pictures and doing the now famous, "DAB" pose.

Yes, I know I'm not suppose to put a picture in the very middle of a layout but I just couldn't help myself. The anchor frame is suppose to be for monograms but I thought it would be cute as a frame and the center of the layout so I went with it.

Journaling area on the bottom again. This page showcases mom, dad, and little brother with the graduate.

I centered the picture and everything I read or watch on You Tube about scrapbooking says to not put a picture directly in the middle of the page but I'm not good at reading or listening.

I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut all the embellishments and all the embellishments came from the Silhouette store.

Your next destination is with Amanda .  We hope you're enjoying your journey!

If the currents have drifted, you can find the full lineup here: