Friday, 14 March 2008

Friends Together

Last September my really great friend Tee (who I never mention on here do I LOL) and I met for the first time at the Bury Craft Extravaganza. Tee came with her friend and workmate Maggie. Within minutes, we were all having such a ball chatting, laughing and; of course, craft shopping. So, when UKScrappers had a challenge to do a LO on the theme of Friendship, I just had to use pictures from that day.

The requirements for this challenge were:

1) LO on the theme of Friendship

2) Scraplift the LO of a friend or your favourite idea or book author, remember to give credit to the original - provide a link if it's in the UKS Gallery! (If you have a LO in your Faves you'd like to scraplift, PM the scrapper and make friends!)

3) Include one or more Circles, to represent the circle of friendship, never ending/continuous friendship

4) Include something Metal on your LO, to symbolise old (Gold) and new (Silver) friends
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1) Yep, it's all about friends

2) The LO was one that
Karen, another friend and owner of Charmed Cards and Crafts shop and Charmed forum had done. I'm sure she won't mind me 'lifting' it.

3) I have included 4 circles in this LO

4) The gold and silver are ribbon star brads

The floral card is Imaginisce ~Loves Me ~Love is in the Air, Flower and brad are Heidi Grace ~ Cherrwood Lane ~ Flowers in Tin, (both from Charmed Cards and Crafts) Striped Paper is Papermania ~ Colossal Paper Pack, Star ribbon brads, Pale green paper from stash, Wording is Die-Cut from Ellison Tootsie alphabet, Sentiment says "A laugh is a smile that bursts"

5 comments:

Ana Baird said...

It's fabulous! Great layout!

Lea said...

Ooooh I've got deja vu! Lol - that's a lovely layout Sarah x

bubblegum said...

Great L/O Sarah - looks like you all had fun together. :)

Debbie x

Louly said...

Sarah this is gorgeous, and such a lovely story to it too. I think it's brilliant that you and Tee have become such great friends.

Sian said...

Gorgeous LO Sarah, love the paper