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Starting off Feb. on the right foot

February 4, 2013
Pure & Simple Sr kit ALSB

Pure & Simple Sr kit ALSB (14 pages)

I’m happy I was able to get February off to a good start — Sunday while half-listening to the Super Bowl in the background, I managed to assemble the ALSB (Assembly Line) layouts from the Pure & Simple Senior Club Scrap kit (from April, 2009). As I pulled out the kit and began to go through it, a dim recollection began to surface–that I had raided some of the 8.5″ x 11″ papers back in 2009 when I was making my cool Stationer’s Box; therefore, I had to come up with a few replacements. I’m sure the layouts will all look fine when I get photos mounted on them.

I selected this kit to work on because  it contains the perfect colors to coordinate with some photos I want to scrap soon. I recently attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new building of Infusionsoft (a software company that I utilize at work), which is headquartered “down the road a piece” from my house. They had recently undergone a graphic makeover, too, — their new logo colors (and new building interior decor theme) contain pretty much these lovely green and gray colors.

Now I’m all set for the “Pro Scrapbookers League” to get underway, so I can start assembling finished pages. Monday will be the official kickoff for registration, and the following week will begin the 7 weekly challenges.

(FYI, here are photos of the Stationer’s Box I made back in December of 2009, also using these beautiful papers…)

Pure and Simple Stationer's Box

Pure and Simple Stationer’s Box, with matching greeting cards inside

Pure and Siimple Stationer's Box Open

Pure and Simple Stationer’s Box Open

Okay, back to statistics with the latest batch of layouts ALSB’d…

Stats: This post February Jan. Cum. 2013
ALSB pages 14 14 96 110
Completed pages 0 0 0 0
OWH Cards, CS 0 0 12 12
OWH Cards, non-CS 0 0 0 0
Projects 0 0 1 1
2 Comments leave one →
  1. Gale Asberry permalink
    February 4, 2013 6:47 am

    Good job Lynn, I made cards out of this kit ages ago and really like them, although I did not make the box, wish I had now, it’s really cool.

    • LynnMath permalink*
      February 4, 2013 8:35 am

      LOL — you could, right now–’cause I’ve got several “nekkid” kits for the project still available. You’d just have to use a different selection of papers, as this particular kit has been long extinct. But it shouldn’t be that hard to find coordinating current papers–probably from your own stash! 🙂

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