I've been on an organizing kick this fall. Cleaning out all of closets including the one in my scrapbook room. This closet was a nightmare. It was packed with things that I don't use anymore and the shelves were falling apart. I wanted to move to a cleaner, closed storage look. What was supposed to be a simple project, took me a few weeks to finish. There was major purging done!
Here's a before and after shot:
I have a post on the 2Peas blog with more details and photos.
And now for the winner of the Lily Bee Urban Autumn blog hop:
Welcome to the Lily Bee Urban Autumn blog hop! I was searching for a Fall line that was colorful and bold and not to themed. I wanted a line that I could use with pumpkin patch, fall leaves and then use the left overs for some of my non-themed scrapbooking. I totally found it in Urban Autumn by Amy Heller.
I started the layout on the woodgrain sunburst patterned paper and layered the pretty green wood, chevron and bold orange colors up at the top. I followed it up with a row of the Urban Autumn leaf cuts and some machine sewing.
I used two of the 3x4 cards to add a title and journaling spot. The wood arrows and some enamel dot border finish out the layout.
My favorite embellishment from this line is the wood veneer pack. I love all the shapes and details.
I have one pack of the wood veneer embellishments to give away today on the hop! Just leave me a comment and I will choose a winner on Thursday, November 14 at midnight. Winner will be announced on 11/15/13.
Now stop on by these blogs for more Urban Autumn inspiration and giveaways!
I love this paper + glue thing. I love my boy and nieces + nephews. I love a good story (listening to one, telling one, or reading one). I love anything aqua and being married. I love to travel and especial Disney. I freelance in the corporate world and I (sometimes) love that too.
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