a Progressive Scrap

I decided to try a Progressive Scrap at the Studio. What is a Progressive Scrap?
Good question, cause I didn't know either.
Answer...For seven days I was given a download link with two or three pieces, I was then required to use according to this day's instructions.  The kit the pieces came from was the Wedding Day Mega kit compiled from various artists.

Each day I followed the instructions and built a page...day by day...piece by piece.  It was kinda fun, but long, some days I wanted to just finish the page, and some days I wasn't able to get online to work on it.  The perk is at the end of the challenge, there is a vote and the winner wins a $1 off coupon for purchasing the kit.
So without further chatting.... here are my pages day by day.

I deleted Day 1 :)  It had the background page, and the two paper strips.
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7 - Final
I actually didn't know what I was going to do with the page...I didn't have any wedding pics in mind/or scanned. So I found one of my daughter from her birthday. I think it turned out pretty good. 

Fonts I used were: Fine Hand and LDJ Zany Doodle

We could then make our page into a Quick Page/Plopper for an exchange...why not.


Hexagon fad

This month at the Studio I decided to try another one of the challenges in the forums. The template challenge really appealed to me with the hexagon shapes. So here is the template and what I did with it.
I chose to do an 8.5x11 page (my scrapbook size) and highlight a scenery picture as the background.
Elements came from a few designers with the Blog Train Blog this month, Camp.

Now for the recipe challenge...from Let Me Scrapbook.

Font is Dont Walk Run

(using the template challenge as well.)
Font is PC Thick and Thin