Sunday, June 12, 2016

Scrap Our Stash June Stash.

Gosh, sometimes life just gets in the way and interrupts what I'm trying to get done. I'm sorry I have had mix ups with other things but I'm here a few days later with my Scrap Our Stash June Stash post! 

Scrap Our Stash is a site/group that inspires you to use your stash and supplies. They do 2 challenges a month - one is a stash challenge (1st of the month) and one is a sketch challenge with a stash prompt (15th of the month).  The Design Team examples are shown everyday to inspire you to put together a great page!  To learn more you'll have to check out their site at

I just thought this inspiration was perfect for the month of June. Father's Day is coming up and it's a great way to feature those daddys in our lives.  Although the props of yellow- that definitely was part of a challenge for me- it's one of those colors I don't use a whole lot in scrapbooking! 

I was excited though to be able to use a few of my scraps ( which include yellow! ) from what was left from other pages to mix them up and create this page I have for you this month! 

This month's challenge worked perfectly for me because I have taken so many pictures of my father lately! We've been a little gutsy lately with taking our dog Sienna out on many adventures. When we first got her, she loved to escape her kennel and run run run. So we've been so nervous to let her out without a leash, but we took a chance on life and let her out. I think now she's realized this is home or maybe there's something about having her grandpa- my father- around but she's been so well behaved while we play outside. So she's been having many adventures lately and being my father and her are two peas in a pod- many of the pictures I've taken had my dad in them.  I'm glad I've was able to catch and document them as their relationship is truly priceless. 

I can't wait to see what you all come up with for this challenge! Remember to post them by the end of the month at for a chance to win a prize!! 

xo. Renee

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