Thursday, November 5, 2009

Another CT gig!

I'm feeling pretty lucky, because my two favorite designers have opted to allow me to create for them! :) I was a guest CT member for Amy Sumrall last month and she is letting me stay on! When I say these are two of my favorites, I'm not exaggerating at all.

I've loved Michelle Underwood since I started scrapping. The first two kits I purchased were by her, and still two that I adore! :) She has an easy grungy feel to her work and it fits with my scrapping style very well. Her kits are incredibly versatile and the colors she choses are fantastic.

I discovered Amy Sumrall when she participated in DigiScrap Addicts' "So You Think You Can Design" competition this past summer. (By the way, GREAT place to hang out!) I developed a quick obsession for her doodley bright fun kits. I began collecting every kit I could get my hands on!

So the point of the story is that I'm really excited and feeling quite privileged to be on two CTs that I am so proud to be a part of! It will challenge me to keep scrapping my photos! I love that.

In other news, the new November BYOC (buy your own collab) at the-LilyPad was released today! Here is Amy Sumrall's contribution (images are clickable):

Here's a layout I created. Perhaps the use of the Halloween clay baubles is a bit silly, but it works for me:
Credits: Falling and November Watercolors from November BYOC and Clay Baubles and Goblins from October BYOC all by Amy Sumrall. Aged paper effect created from All Worn Out template by Pamela Donnis Designs. Fonts: jailbIrD JenNA, bulky Refuse Type


Michelle said...

I love the little clay baubles! Too cute! Thanks for voting for my little man in the radio contest!!

Christina Smith said...

Such a great page! Congrats on being on the design teams! I have really enjoyed looking at your layouts!

jill beamer said...

Hey Joy - I nominated you for KREATIVE BLOGGER award check out my blog: for details :)

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