Tuesday, September 9, 2014

September Blog Hop with Lori Whitlock's Creative Team

Welcome to Artsy Albums and your next stop on Lori Whitlock's September Blog Hop!  If you're starting here, be sure to head over to Lori's site to start from the beginning!  You won't want to miss any of the creative ideas at each stop!

Living in a house with three men, it's always a big deal when football season arrives.  The team t-shirts are worn, the friends arrive with chips, and yelling at the TV screen ensues. In honor of this fun time of year, I decided to dig up some of my son's football pictures for a scrapbook layout.

For this layout, I used several of Lori's football cutting files, a paper collection she designed for Echo Park, and one of her great fonts.  The paper is "That's My Boy" and I love the colors!  Sometimes "boy" paper is hard to find but this whole collection is perfect for the sport enthusiast, gamer, or any general boy pictures.  

I love the jersey file...it comes with numbers 0-9 so you can personalize it.  

I used Lori's Block Sketch font and a silver Silhouette sketch pen to write the title across the bottom of my layout.   If you haven't played with the sketch pens, I would encourage you to try them!  They really are fun to use and can add a different element to your projects.

In addition to all of the fun creative projects on today's hop, Lori is offering a sale on the svg files in her shop, and her digital files at Snap, Click, Supply

Now back to the hop!  

Traci http://www.artsyalbums.com  YOU ARE HERE
Lorrie http://www.lorriesstory.com  NEXT STOP

Thanks for stopping by !!


  1. Love this layout. Instantly makes "boys of fall" start playing in my mind.

  2. Love this page! You did a great job!

  3. What a wonderful masculine layout! Fall and football go hand in hand!

  4. Great layout! I like that you used the files from the box card...they are perfect for this!

  5. love this and how it was created! Brilliant!

  6. What a cool baseball layout! Great design, too!

  7. Super cute layout.
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