Working on . . .
Tuesday at CYI . . .

So honored . . .

Can't believe it's been 3 years since my tenure on the Graphic 45 Design Team. To my surprise, they asked me to be a guest designer today on their blog and requested a simple 12x12 layout using the amazing Good Ol' Sport papers. I created the following 2 layouts:

Having played professional soccer, my Grandfather was an ace soccer player and was inducted into the Soccer Hall of Fame in St. Louis years ago. My Dad was also inducted into the Soccer Hall of Fame as well as being a fabulous golfer, tennis player, baseball player . . . and the list goes on.

The layout below commemorates one of the photos I have of my Grandpa in his soccer uniform. The journaling is hidden in a Good Ol' Sport mini envelope.  All products used to create this page are from Graphic 45's Good Ol' Sport collection with the exception of the honeycomb chipboard from Gina's Designs.  






Get the free PDF tutorial with lots of photos and step-by-step instructions

for this layout by visiting the Graphic 45 blog today:

Good Ol' Sport Soccer 12x12 Tutorial


Having fallen in love with the Good Ol' Sport collection, I found some photos of my Dad playing golf. Although he was amazing in whatever sport he tried, his true love was golf. He had the patience of a saint and taught my Mom to play golf as well as all the kids in the family to play the game.

GOS Golf 3

GOS Golf 1

GOS Golf 9

Create this layout along with me via the tutorial found on the Graphic 45 blog:

Good Ol' Sport 12x12 Golf Tutorial

I teach classes at For Keeps Sake Scrapbook in St. Louis MO.

If you're in the area, they do carry Good Ol' Sport.

Stop by and create your own sporting layouts.

Thank you G45 for featuring my work today.




These look gorgeous, Nancy!

Mona Pendleton

Fabulous project Nancy! Great way to showcase all those vintage papers! Congrats on your guest DT position! So well deserved!

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