A few months ago, I got an email from Shimelle and her team contacted me to be a guest designer. I was super excited and couldn't wait to get started on the assignment, which just happened to be about a local landmark and using arrows. Easy task, since I knew what I wanted to scrap. I waited for a snowless day to go and take pics of the historical village that is a few minutes away from my house. I love the old buildings and all the history they hold.
Here are just a few close-ups shots of the layout. Be sure to head over to Shimelle's blog to see the full reveal.
Supplies: cardstock (Bazzill Basic), textured paper (The Paper Studio), pattern paper (American Crafts and Crate Paper), vellum (Seven Paper), stickers (American Crafts, Authentique, and Studio Calico), wood veneer (American Crafts), journaling card (Project Life), doily (The Paper Studio), twine (Bella Creationz), sequins (Studio Calico), mist (Tattered Angels), chipboard (Um Wow Studio), washi tape (We R Memory Keepers), stitching template (American Crafts), and pen (Project Life)
I did hidden journaling since there were a lot of facts about the windmill.