Saturday, March 3, 2012

5 Studio J Layouts

A while back, I participated in a Q&A on Jeanette Lynton's blog.  If your question was answered, you won your choice of a Studio J - 5 pack or any stamp from the Idea Book.  I already had most every stamp set I wanted from the Fall/Winter Idea Book, so it was a no-brainer for me to pick the Studio J -5 pack.

There was also a bonus added where I was able to give whatever I chose for myself, as a gift to someone.  I chose my sister to recieve the other Studio J - 5 pack.

Anyways, long story, but I finally took a day yesterday to create all 5 of my layouts and already placed the order.  ;)

I have limitations with Studio J mostly because I am just a beginner with it.  It is pretty cool.  Though after creating 5 layouts in one day, I did end up with a headache!  lol

Here are my layouts I created:

{Click on the photos to get a better look...}

From this past Christmas

Cole's 11th birthday last summer

From a trip through Jasper National Park, Alberta, in 2006

From one of our trips to the Banff Springs Hotel for the company Christmas party that Lee works for.

From the same trip as above to the Banff Springs Hotel.

Check out Studio J for yourself!

Happy creating!  :)


Tammy said...

Very nice! Dont you just love Studio J? It took me awhile to jump on board, but I truly enjoy adding these with my traditional scrapbooking.

Jesse said...

You did a lovely job.

canadian_liner said...

Great lay-outs, Vicki! I find it easier to do a bunch of layouts at once as you did, because otherwise i tend to forget some of the tricks. Isn't it great that you can use even retired paper packs?

Gretel from Oahu said...

I am happy to see photos of you in your layouts. Great job for a "beginner"!


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