July’s Take Twelve

This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series Take Twelve

I’m part of Ella Publishing’s Take Twelve design team. This post is about my July layout.

I’m on the ball this month and have July’s Take Twelve layout complete!

Here is my complete layout. I made one side 12×12 and the other side is 6×12. The layout is inspired by one of the layouts from the Take Twelve kit, but I extended it two pages and moved my journaling to the bottom instead of the middle. This is the second time that I’ve used black and white photos with this project and I am a fan. I definitely need to do more prints in black and white.

This is a bit closer up of the left side. My photo of the right side.

And yes, my title is a lyric from a song from the most recent Muppet’s movie. On the twelve, my daughter wanted me to sing the song with her. She already remembered most of the words, but I had to print them out so I could sing (badly) along with her.

P.S. I’m using some of the mist and a template that I bought last weekend! I also used an alpha Making Memories stamp set (one of the magnetic ones) and was reminded why I hate stamping titles…way too tedious.

Check out my Take Twelve Photos and Layouts:

And the Take Twelve Design Team:

Like the Car
Nihao, Cupcake!
Janette Carter-Kincaid
Scrap Inspired
Scrappy Wife, Happy Life
Day by Day
Right Here-Right Now
The Scrapbooking Haven Diva
Scrapworthy Lives
People of the Scrapbook
My Little Blessings
Life is Sweet
A Swoop and a Dart
Endless Possibilities
Yeah, Write

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  • Nat

    I like the black and white!  You’re reminding me that I need to do more black and white photos in my scrapbook.

  • Renee J.

    Yes, I really like the black and white prints.  They really add that special something to the page!!

  • Thanks for commenting! Black and white prints make it easy to add color that you might otherwise skip over.

  • Thanks for commenting! I know, I need to remember to do this, too.