Thursday, October 3, 2013

Little Miss Burnette

It's time for the weekly Mark's Finest Papers SpeedyTV scrapbook challenge! This week's challenge is to create an autumn themed layout.  Your layout can be about anything that speaks fall to you.  You could use fall themed photos, fall colors, fall patterned papers...anything that reminds you of fall, and you must use stamp(s) somewhere on your page.

You can use any type of stamps you wish, but if you use Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co stamps, you will be entered twice for a chance to win our weekly stamp image. From now until the end of the year, there will be a different stamp  awarded each week.  So be sure to enter every week to have a chance of adding several of these wonderful images to your stamp collection.  We start our weekly challenge every Thursday so be sure to stop by.

Check out the Scrapbook Challenge post on MFPSpeedyTV to view this week's stamp prize.

Little Miss Burnette Taylor is the subject of my layout today.  I don't know anything about little Burnette, except that she has an unusual name and she is related somehow to my grandmother as my grandmother's maiden last name was McGlaun Taylor.  There are several photos of her and siblings in my grandmother's album, leading me to believe that she was a close relative.  The sentiment stamp I used is a sneak peek from the Mark's Finest Papers Huge Blooms set, part of the October release that will be available later this month.  The patterned paper is by Bella Blvd.

I can't wait to see what you create for this week's challenge! To be eligible to win be sure to link your page to MFPSpeedyTV Scrapbook Challenge #35  and mention the MFPSpeedyTV Scrapbook Challenge in your blog post. You have until 9:00 pm on Wednesday October 9th to submit your layouts.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Blessings to you!


  1. What a fantastic photo! You've created a beautiful page, Gemiel! The papers and accents are wonderful! :o)

  2. Love the colours you have used here Gemiel, and the photo is so precious - how wonderful to have the photographic history of some of your family that goes back so far!!