Thursday, April 18, 2013

MFP Scrapbook Challenge #11

It's time for a new scrapbook challenge over at MFP SpeedyTV.   This week's challenge is a recipe challenge.   Here's the recipe...

Main Ingredients – use all 3
Patterned Paper

Optional Add ins – Use at least 2

Directions: Create a layout using your selected ingredients. Add a title and/or journaling.
Just remember this challenge is strictly scrapbook layouts, no cards please, and you have to use stamps on your layouts. They don't have to be Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co stamps but if you do use MFP stamps you will receive an additional entry for the a chance to win our weekly prize set for April...
"Little Church"
I selected another of my grandmother's photos for my page today.  My grandmother had written the name Everleola Ivy on the photo.   What an unusual name, but I guess for that time in the south,  it probally wasn't so different.  It don't know anything about Everleola, but I do remember my grandmother talking about "Ivy's " and I think they were distant cousins of ours.
In addition to the main recipe ingredients,  I used photo, ribbon and gems as my add ins.  I think I may go back and add some stickles to the flower centers.  My patterned paper is by Websters Pages and I used the sentiment stamp from the MFP April release Columns and Topiaries stamp set as my journaling. 
I can't wait to see what you create for this week's challenge! To be eligible to win the free stamp set be sure to link your page to MFP SpeedyTV Scrapbook Challenge #11 and mention the MFPSpeedyTV Scrapbook Challenge in your blog post. Please do not submit any back linked layouts. You have until 9:00 pm on Wednesday April 24th to submit your layouts.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Blessings to you!


  1. Oh what a lovely layout. The photo is priceless!

  2. I'm really glad that you're enjoying working with MFP. You do an amazing job with their stamps, and they are blessed to have you!

  3. Oh Gemiel what a beautiful page - the eye goes straight to the photograph, and then the words - the papers complement both absolutely perfectly.

  4. This is just gorgeous!!! Beautiful papers that set off that photo perfectly! Everything about this is wonderful and it really stood out on the MFP Speedy TV challenge!

  5. You have such a nack for SB layouts..everything always fits so nicely.