Hello blog world! How are you doing? I'm broken the daily posting routine a few times this month but shall try to recover and continue posting daily. I guess partly my husband's long trip to US affected that I'm a bit off my regular schedule.
But on today's craft! This page is done using the stamp designs by Birgit Koopsen, designed for the Carabelle Studio. If I saw correctly this page was showed at the Stempel Mekka show where the stamps were launced. I've used all the three sets Birgit sent me in this page - the washi tapes here and there, the French Lily embossed in the background and the "Layered Strips" in the vellum.
The story of the page is in a nut shell in the title - I love math! The journaling tells how I hated math in the first grades of the comprehensive school, about when I was seven or eight, but gradually felt it was ok after all. In the upper comprehensive school I absolutely adored math - cracking the equations, solving the x:s and the quadratic equations. I ended up liking the math so much that when I went to the high school (age 16), I chose the longer, more extensive studies in maths.
Thank you for stopping by today! Please come again and leave me a comment if you want me to visit your blog! Wishing you a great start to the week!
Materials: Carabelle Studio, 7 Dots Studio, Tattered Angels, Ranger, Prima Marketing, Canvas Corp, Epiphany Crafts, Wow! Embossing Powders, We Are Memory Keepers, American Crafts, Teippitarha, Design Memory Craft