Friday, January 29, 2010

Kindred Creations Layout Tag

I can always count on the layout tag at Kindred Creations to ensure I get at least one layout done a month. It is so much fun to see the changes from the 1st inspirational layout to the final lifted layout. This is the layout I did for this months tag. I used my new Storybook Cricut cartridge to make the background swirl.

14 comments:

Julie said...

the background is fab!

BabyBokChoy said...

get OUT!!!!!!!!! you used cricut to make that background???? Why have I never tried that??? OMG, thank you for that brilliant idea and I have that cartridge!!!!!

Barb P said...

Great layout -- loving the background!

Tali212 said...

Oh he looks like an adorable gentleman. Love your page. How does the tag inspiration work.

pink said...

Gorgeous dog! I love what you did on your background...I'll have to share this with my friend who has the expression! :)

Thomisia said...

Love the background!

Merrilee said...

Tali, for layout tag the host of the tag starts with a layout from the gallery and then forwards it to the first player who will lift the layout. The first player sends the new layout back to the host who will then forward the that layout to the second player. It continues that way until all players have done a layout. At the end of the tag the original layout is revealed as well as all the lifts. It's fun to see how much the layouts change from player to player.

Janine Rachau said...

Cute! Looks like a cartridge must have! Sweet looking dog, too!

AmberT said...

Beautiful Merrilee! The background is awesome!

Paper, Ink, Color! said...

Your dog is a beauty!! That's one awesome background!

pam said...

NICE !!!

Diana said...

that background is fabulous!! I would have never thought!
Love the pic of the doggie too- perfect title!

Amber said...

It's now March my dear!I think you need to come over here and get scrappin'! :)
~Amber

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