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ECT | Take Two Traditional Scrapbooking with Aimee & Caylee

by Aimee Dow | September 18, 2014
ECT | Take Two Traditional Scrapbooking with Aimee & Caylee

Great to have your company for our take two segment - where we create a layout from this month's sketch:

Trending currently is the clean and simple approach to documenting our lives and the essence creative team are right on trend with their take on the September sketch.  Be sure to show us your interpretation of this months sketch and how you are crafting a great life!

Enjoy,

Sal

Aimee here, ready and raring to show you another take on this months take two sketch. This month I stuck to the sketch like glue. I wanted to create a really simple page for what is one of my favorite photos of the year. In January we went to see the 'Making of Bond' exhibit at the Melbourne Museum. Does't look much like the middle of summer does it? No matter, I love how perfectly the tones of the photos tie in with the East Coast papers. I also couldn't help myself going a bit nuts and making a boarder with the classified information stamp from the East Coast Finishing Pack. I am really happy with how the layout turned out.

Thanks again for stopping by to visit us.
Supplies List:

American Crafts White Cardstock

EC4.4 East Coast Foundation Paper 

EC4.1 East Coast Foundation Paper

EC4.2 East Coast Foundation Paper

EC3.02 East Coast Finishing Pack

American Crafts Black Thickers in 'Bliss'

Stayz On Black Ink

I love that this month's sketch matched up to the theme of the month. I stuck to the order and straight lines of the sketch, and added a few elements that deviated from it. I guess that represents my routine pretty well. I love it when things work out that way.
This photo says a lot about my routine - the mug of coffee, the laptop, the Moleskine notebook full of to do lists, my roll of loo paper which is not part of the routine (unless it's allergy season), but still very important, my vitamins, and my paint chip weekly routine. What you can't see about this photo is that I have my hand behind my hair pointing the remote at the camera to take it. As glamourous as my life is, I don't have paparazzi snapping photos of me while I work or play. I've got to do it myself.
 
Text: Now that I'm working for myself, routine is more important.
Best Wishes,
Products: Essence Empire Bebe Collection Papers, Essence, Finishing Pack 2 Sticker Strip Sheet, Bella Alphas

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