I spent a few hours yesterday making scrapbook page layouts using a technique called ALSB from Club Scrap. I will normally do an entire kit this way and store them in albums waiting for the perfect photos. I find this method much, much easier than starting with a handful of photos and working the other way. It seemed backward to me when I was first introduced, but now I know it's the best thing that's ever happened to my scrappin' life! This layout (and the ones I will post below) are from the May 2010 Blossom Kit (not much of it left to purchase!) which is one of my personal favorites as it uses the most yummy shade of my beloved purple. Ironically, the butterfly (which was cut on my silhouette) was used as a mask on an earlier challenge.
I've incorporated Linda's CCC #27 challenge into this particular layout by misting over a club scrap mask from the Arts N Crafts kit using Glimmer Mists and a homemade distress mist. If you want all the details of this homemade concoction, and for a million other reasons, you must purchase your very own copy of T!m's book here.
Here are some of my nekkid (without photos, lol) Blossom layouts: