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Layout of the Week - So Happy

Materials used: Cardstock White- American Crafts , Red Adhesive Stones - Papermania, Home Sweet Home Papers (Cedar Cres, Rockland Road, Midland Ave, Alma Place and Beach Drive)- Upsy Daisy, Card stock Stickers (Over the Raibox Collection)-KI Memories, Dear Lizzy Range Sparkling Thickers- American Crafts, Dear Lizzy Spring House Crocheted Flowers-American Crafts, Red and Green Pins - Local craft stall

For todays Layout of the Week, I have used a sketch by Shimelle, that she posted on 12th January - view here.

I'm really quite pleased with this layout and have used items from the monthly December Kit from Sarah's Cards that I subscribe to.

Apologies for poor quality of photos - I always leave taking pics of layout when the light in my house is almost none existant

Good Evening From Pickle Land

Hope to speak to you soon

Lesley xx


  1. Lesley, love your layout! I love how we have all started with the same sketch and come up with completely different finished pages! I've been so inspired by this sketch I have just made another two layouts with it!! (thats 4 now!!)


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