Gutter Girlz. Yes ladies, these are my humps.lol. This is my Gutter Girlz challenge layout for their new Prompt. When this picture was developed, I thought I would never scrap it but as soon as I read the challenge, I knew it was time to put this picture to paper. My youngest daughter (who loves to take pictures just like her mom) took this picture during my 5 year old's birthday cake cutting. I was laughing my head off when I saw it but decided to keep it since it was her shot. Glad I did. Made for a funny layout, don't you think? That's what I love about the Gutter. Their prompts make you think outside the box and have you scrapping themes/styles/products that you would never normally scrap. They have started a new forum and their DT members are always inspiring with their challenge examples. If you like getting a little dirty with your art, please jump on in "da gutter" and see just what I'm talking about. A little dirt never hurt ;)
This layout was made as a tribute to the YMBD forum that I visit frequently. I think I will make one for all the sites that I am a member of. Anyhooooo (pun intended--their mascot is an owl), Catherine is the owner and creator of YMBD and a very talented scrapper. She is so friendly and makes every member feel like a welcomed part of the family. The DT is so creative and put Catherine's creations to good use. My former favorite YMBD product was their calender tags. I used one as a flower center in my "together forever" layout that I posted a good while back. My new favorite product is their flourishes!! Great for cards or layouts. I've got some ordered and waiting for my order to arrive. Should be any day now:) Woot! Woot! Several of us at YMBD are inspiring each other to eat healthier and loose a few pounds. I feel honored to be among this group of women and hope that you will stop over and see just what I'm talking about. You'll love it!