It’s once again time for some layout sharing.  This time, I have four layouts to share with you.  Two of the layouts are art journaling layouts.  One is probably what would be be described as fantasy, which is me stepping out of my comfort zone, and I have another list for my 30 lists project.  (Yes, I am still working on that.  Since I plan to do 30 Lists in December, I need to get this wrapped up. lol)  I really hope you enjoy the variety of layouts I have for you today.

This first layout was created for an artsy masking challenge at Scrapbook Graphics.  The challenge was to use a minimum of three masks on one layout.  I ended up using six.  I also really dug into my stash to create this art journaling page.  I don’t mix and match as much I would like, but when I do it is always a lot of fun.  This page took me a little longer than most of my pages, but I am really happy with the final results.

Time Is Not My Friend

You can find full credits for the layout here.

These next two layouts were both created as part of my work for the Crafty Buttons Designs CT. This first page is another art journaling layout. Much more on the happy side than the page above.

Happiness is Like a Butterfly layout

Created using Into the Wood Collab Kit from Crafty Button Designs and Joanne Brisebois and Into the Wood Add-on – Children Cutouts, Into the Wood Add-on – Fairy Wings, Maskin’ Momma Photo Masks V2 and Maskin’ Momma Photo Masks V4 from Crafty Button Designs

My third layout can probably best be described as Fantasy. I don’t often to do this type of layout. But when I saw the Enchanted Forrest Papers add-on that Crafty Button Designs created to match the Into the Wood collab kit I knew I had to do a layout in this style. It’s a simple layout, but I like it.

Looking for a Prince layout

Created using Into The Wood Collab Kit from Crafty Button Designs & Joanne Brisebois, Into The Wood Enchanted Papers from Crafty Button Designs and Into the Wood Fairy Tale Paper Dolls from Joanne Brisebois

This final layout was created for my 30 Lists project that I began in September. This page is List 5 and the challenge was to create a list of things I worry about. I am a natural worrier so creating this list was easy for me. Probably could have made it longer if I had wanted. lol For this page, I dug into my Captivated Visions stash. (That’s right, I am making use of my digiscrapping stash. Two layouts created with my stash.) I think this may be one of my favorite pages that I have created for the project.

List 5 - 30 Days of Lists Sept. 2013

List 5

I have to admit that I am pretty proud of myself for using so much of my stash to create the layouts I shared today. It feels pretty good to know that huge stash is not being wasted. Plus it saves money. Always a bonus.

I hope everyone has a great weekend planned. Whatever you do, don’t forget to document your memories.