Thursday, July 25, 2013

Practical Scrappers Specialty Team Blog Hop

Hello! Today the Practical Scrappers Specialty team is doing a fun blog hop with chevron projects!  At any time during the weekend, you can visit this and other designers' blogs to see some chevron inspiration as well as some fun giveaways!    Scrapbook Pal has graciously offered to sponsor this hop and we are going to be giving away a $25 gift certificate to their store!  Details on how to enter are located below the blog hop list!

Practical Scrappers
 Kim Ryden
Kerri Yarus

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I'm sharing a layout I created using my Studio Calico Mr. Huey chevron mask. I first placed the mask onto the bottom right corner of my cardstock and used Tattered Angels in Caribbean Blue. After using the mask (and without cleaning it off!) I "stamped" it on the upper left corner.  Also, you will see chevron patterns in a few of the papers! 

For my project I used Birthday Wishes from Echo Park' Photo Freedom/Glitz Designs. 
Thanks for stopping by!  Your next stop is Becci!



  1. Fun layout, love the colors you used and the misting!

  2. EEEEEK! stamping with a mask, can't wait till you use that on a 10 Things post!!! :)

  3. CUTE I turned 40 this year, what a special page

  4. Looks awesome! Love what you did with the mask.

  5. Great idea to "stamp" the stencil with the remaining ink - don't waste it :-)

  6. love this, such a great layout!

  7. super cute page.. amazing layers and accents.. and great chevron touch

  8. Love the chevron page, hey 40 was a great age, and thank you for the extra "cherry on top" pictures from Las Vegas.

  9. I just got that mask and I am in love with it. Great page.

  10. I keep eying that mask. It's a great chevron look. Perhaps now I should cave and buy it. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Denise, I definitely recommend buying it! I've used it a lot! Even have used white ink spray on white or kraft cardstock. Very cool!