February Challenge Winner!

I've had so little time to scrapbook these past 10 days or so.  I've been busy on several projects.  You saw my ABC project I did with my daughter.  I this past week I made 20 of the tags for LH's party favor bags.
The small flower is a die cut, but the shoes were hand cut.  I loaded a pattern to PSE, typed in the sentiments and printed it straight to the cardstock and cut out 20 flips and 20 flops!

I'm still in the middle of my clearing out the spare room to make room for my son and his wife's nursery.  This week everything seem to multiply as we pulled it out of closets to put in another closet which meant we had to clear out that closet...doesn't it sound like a Star Trek's Kobayashi Maru!  No win situation?  LOL

I was excited to see the beautiful layouts for this challenge.  Fortunately, I didn't pick the winner, Random.org choose the winner. 

The winner is Sara with this beautiful layout:

Congratulations!  Send your snail mail address to dspaperstudio@aol.com.

Monday begins a whole new challenge for the month of March with our awesome sponsor Graphic 45! 

Have a Crafty Day!

Gratitude List
1.  my granddaughter's 1st year
2.  Tabitha and David
3.  a day of smiles and laughter
4.  Jay's energy and focus
5.  God's grace


  1. Those flip flops are the cutest, Debby! You must have the patience of a saint to have cut them all out. LOL!

  2. OMGosh, those flip flops are so adorable - how's your hands! LOL! But I'm sure well worth it!

    Congrats to the winner - what a beautiful page :)

    Happy Sat., Debby!

  3. Congrats to the winner!! BEAUTIFUL page she made and loveeeeee your little flip flops!! They are ADORABLE!

  4. Whew 20 handcut flip flops, they look adorable.

  5. Your 20 flips and 20 flops turned out wonderfully ;)

  6. Love the layout and those shoes are awesome! I'm a new follower! Can't wait for March's challenge!

  7. Congrats Sara!

    The flip flops are cute!

  8. Congrats Sarah. Omy gosh, 40 flipflops...really! You are such a loving gramma! Thanks for sharing.


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