Saturday, May 4, 2013

For the Record

Today is National Scrapbooking Day!

To celebrate the day, the Gecko Galz Design Team was challenged to create a scrapbook page.  Mine is up right now at the NSD link at the Gecko Galz site.


Having just celebrated a birthday, I decided to record the passage of time,  Instead of the traditional 12x12 square--I used a circle to incorporate a clock, using an actual vinyl record as the base. 
Gecko Galz product:
Time Flies collage sheet (May 2014 release) clock and sentiment.

Every couple of days check back for new inspiration as each design team member's scrapbook project will be featured at the Gecko Galz site.  Each project includes a list of products and instructions.  
While there, be sure to check out this month's incredible offer!

As with each Design Team challenge, there will be a vote after all the projects are featured.  I'm very pleased to announce that my Florida Spring Break beach in a jar project won the Spring Project challenge!  Thanks to everyone who voted for my project!


 I hope you have time to scrap a lot!  Today is the perfect day for it!

Entering this in Frilly and Funkie's Challenge:  There's No Time to Waste where you must include a clock.  Perfect match!

13 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful piece! Great idea with the record! Valerie

Sharon said...

Oh wow this is amazing Helene - very creative - love the layout - gorgeous!

Brenda Brown said...

Love the circular design Helene and the photos with the clock work perfectly.
Hugs Brenda xox

Anita Houston said...

Happy belated birthday, and what a layout! The record base is absolutely brilliant! I love the clock in the middle and all your photos around it...AWESOME!!!

SusanK said...

Aren't you the clever one???? This is a super idea - great job!

Cindy Gay said...

How nice!

Krisha said...

Perfect LO!

Terry said...

Oh Happy Belated Birthday! I love your "time" collage and the photos over your life! Brilliant design!

Carol S said...

This is wonderful Helene! I love that you used a vinyl record as your background!

1CardCreator said...

Happy belated Birthday and what a fabulous piece, so well thought out and put together! ~Diane

Sue C said...

What a really great idea Helene ! Using a vinyl record as your substrate is brilliant ! Thanks for joining us at Frilly and Funkie. Sue C x

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

A very beautiful piece

Chris / CS Designs said...

Helene, This is such a fabulous project all the way around. I love seeing all your photos at various ages and also how you used the vinyl record. Great idea for recycling and you have created an awesome piece.
:) Chris / CS Designs

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