I love how the Take 12 Project falls on a different day of the week each month. This month, the 12th fell on a Sunday while my college roommate and best friend, Melissa, was in town. It amazes me that even after all these years, we are still such amazingly close friends. And talk about dedication, this girl has visited me in every city I have ever moved to (including Melbourne, Australia after college). Love you, Mel. And if good friends don't help you find balance in your life, I'm not sure what does.
The idea behind this layout was to create a map of the places we visited in Newport, Rhode Island that day. My inspiration for this layout were the amazing illustrations Oliver Jeffers made for United Airlines. Using my Silhouette Cameo and Silhouette Studio Software, I created this large diecut of the Newport coastline. I then tracked the different places we visited with some handstitching and October Afternoon Mini Market stickers. I also made sure to include a time stamp for each of the little photos.
Supplies: Patterned Paper (Echo Park - For the Record); Stickers and Embellishments (Echo Park - For the Record, Sassafras, American Crafts); Letter Stickers (American Crafts, October Afternoon, Cosmo Cricket); Other (Martha Stewart Border Punch; We R Memory Keepers Floss).
You can find my January Take 12 layout here. And don't forget to check out all the other members of the Take 12 Team at Ella Publishing to see their fabulous takes on the challenge.
Remember, you have until midnight EST Saturday, February 18 to upload your project here to win the awesome prize given away at Ella Publishing worth $79.99!! Hope you get to play along!!
Project 100 Update: 48 down, 52 to go.
As always, thanks for looking!