Thursday, October 28, 2010

Digi Doodle Shop's Best Challenge #31 Anything Goes!

This week at Digi Doodle Shop's Best the challenge is ANYTHING GOES! I just adore this little soccer player and have always wanted to use him for a scrapbook layout. Both my boys played soccer for years and I coached their teams for many of those seasons. I really miss those days of running up and down the field with them and practicing drills.

We would love it if you joined us for this challenge. Just link up your creation to the Digi Doodle Shop's Best challenge blog for your chance to win some amazing digi images. Judy and her mom have added lots of really great images recently that would make great Holiday cards or thank you notes for after the holidays. If you want to see some of these new images check out the store HERE.

Layout Details:
Image: Boy Soccer Player from Digi Doodle Shop
Soccer Ball and Soccer: B is for Boys Cricut Cartridge cut at 9 inches
Star Border: Mickey and Friends Cricut cartridge cut at 1.25 inches
Copics: E40, E00, E21, E35, E37, E57, R22, R24, R29, B39, B32, B23


Karen said...

This is great Julie, perfect for football playing boys.

Dana said...

Julie this is a great layout!! I love it! You really inspire me to use my cricut more!

Anonymous said...

What a great LO.The colours/papers are just perfect.
Lisa x

Anonymous said...

What a great LO.The colours/papers are just perfect.
Lisa x

Katja said...

Great LO. Great colors!!!

Katja (DDSB-DT)

KraftyKoolKat said...

Love the image and the layout is super.


Diane said...

This is a great layout and I love the way you've added the stars above the word 'Soccer'!
Diane x

Sara said...

Oh very cool! He's perfect for a scrapbook page!

Tracy said...

This is such a great page Julie! The colors all just pop and everything just melds together so wonderfully. Especially love the way you did the title. :)

WeirdCat said...

Great idea for a layout, I often forget to incorporate stamps with layouts
Ruth x

Jóna said...

This is so great job ! You make the digi stamps show their feature in your lo.
Hugs, Jóna

Judy said...

Hi Julie,

This has been a surprisingly popular stamp, and I just love your take on it. Using the big ball with it was so very creative! I would have never thought of that. Just love it hun!