Scrap-it-Lah had me really stumped for a bit, but once I got into it - well, I love the result so I'm glad I played along. The challenge was to use at least 6 layers, stamping or embossing, and journaling tags or cards on your layout. It was tough, but I do have 6 layers (what do you think of that book paper? Torn right out of a book printed in 1958!) I had some little journaling tags already stamped and left over from last year's December Daily. Then I had some journaling cards my mom gave me last year for Christmas, never used, but I used one for an accent ("daily delight), cut out the flowers and glued them elsewhere, and used another for the journaling, cut up into strips. I've also got half a misted doily and some oooooooold tags tucked into various places, some cool tortoiseshell buttons, and a ribbon bow I tied myself and stuck on there. I had a lot of fun playing with the embellishments on this layout, a little more haphazard than I would normally do!
I'm also entering this layout over at Bird is the Word. The word prompt for this challenge is "Adore", and seeing that word is prominent on this gorgeous MME paper, it totally fits. Scrapbooker's Paradise has a challenge this week to use something normally not in your stash - I've never used book paper before, so I think that fits as well!
Supplies: My Mind's Eye and Bo Bunny patterned paper, Colorbok journaling cards, Creative Memories pen, date stamp, Memento ink, Close to My Heart hemp, stamp, and ink, Twinery twine, Maya Road doily, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, found buttons, tags, ribbon and book paper, Lifestyle Crafts border die