Saturday, December 31, 2016

Scrappin from A to Z with Kathryn Estry

Hi!  I'm Kathryn Estry, a designer here at MyMemories, and this is my second round of episodes, From A to Z.  My goal is to give you a new idea with each letter so that you'll never be at a loss as to what to scrap or how to make your pages look amazing. Luckily for me, I have a brilliant Creative Team, and the inspiration layouts I use in this series were made by the talented ladies on my team. 

I'm hoping you'll see some things in my A to Z Blog Series that you want to try!  If you do take any of these ideas and run with them, I'd love to see your layouts!  Please post them in the MyMemories forum in this month's A to Z Challenge thread HERE. Everyone who posts a layout in my challenge thread this month will receive a surprise gift!

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I have to admit I was stuck as to what to feature for my I post today.  Insects?  I could only find CT pages with butterflies.  Itty Bitty Things?  Nah.  Then I noticed how many of my Creative Team layouts had pretty shades of indigo, so here today are some inspiration pages in that pretty color.  I'll bet you have photos that would really shine when scrapped with your favorite indigo kits!

Thanks to Anita, Liz, Lori, Stephanie, and Yvonne for making and sharing these fabulous scrapped pages!

Anita shows off her cute son with Rocket Man.

Liz features her daughter in many of her layouts, and in these, she used Funny Bunnies and Glitzen and Blitzen.

Enjoy these pretty pages by Lori using my Autumn Dance and Tiffany Anne Collections.

Stephanie used this pretty indico collection, Terry Trail.

Yvonne made here lovely pages with Magnolia Morning and Perfectly Paris.

These are only a few of the collection in my store at My Memories that have indigo as one of their main colors.  

Again, I invite you to visit my forum challenge, Scrapping with Kathryn from A to Z, and I hope to see some pretty indigo pages in the thread!  Remember everyone who posts a layout gets you a free gift from me.  :)

1 comment:

FussBudget said...

I always think of indigo as being a dark bluish purple but here I see that you're using a lot of lavender and downright purple. I guess there are many hues of indigo like all colors.