This is wonderful! Thans for introducing us to Uncle Chester.
I love the look you achieved with the strips of patterned paper. Nice Job!
Fabulous LO using you scrap stash. I love how you shared you Uncle Chester with us. I immediately fell in love with him as you shared pieces of your family history with you Uncle.
I have always loved your work. We have a very special person in our family too and he brings lots of light and love to all of us. Thank you for sharing your Uncle Chester with us and your thought process. Loved to hear why you did and didn't do things.
Fabulous video. Thanks for sharing.
What a great video, Jill! I your explanation of your process, and hearing about your Uncle Chester. Makes me think of my cousin Sonny.
Video - Scrap Your Stash: Every Day's a Holiday
by Jill Sprott
Hi all! This week's Scrap Your Stash video was inspired by a fellow pea, salt-of-the-earth [twopeasinabucket.com], who joined me for this past Sunday's CHA chat. She suggested that my first ever video for Two Peas in a Bucket focus on a real doozy of a challenge: using the Christmas products in my stash to scrap non-holiday layouts. Way to throw down the gauntlet!
With Christmas just behind us, and the probability that you (like me) will add new holiday lines to your stash by next December before you've exhausted the old ones, there is no time like the present for coming up with ways to use these soon-to-be-buried-at-the-bottom-of-your-stash products on non-holiday layouts!
In this video, I share a peek into my process for selecting papers and accents and seeing them with fresh eyes, letting the colors in the photo be your guide. Join me as I discover that holiday papers need not be limited to the holidays. Every day can be a holiday now – with a little tweaking, of course.
CHALLENGE: Reach into your stash of holiday papers and accents and create a non-holiday project. Upload it to the gallery, being sure to check the appropriate challenge checkbox. At the end of the month, we will draw a winner from the that month's Scrap Your Stash entries. The winner, announced on the Two Peas in a Bucket blog, will receive a $10 gift certificate to Two Peas. Good luck!