Thursday, March 15, 2018

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Purposeful Patterns

Hello and welcome to our CTMH Technique Blog Hop. Today we are featuring our amazing pattern books.

If you have just joined us you can start here and continue on, as this is a circular hop or if you get lost along the way you can start at the beginning with [Melissa's Blog] as she has the complete list. If you came here from [Story Keepers Collective] you are in the right place. Now on to my project:

I used this pattern from the Make It from Your Heart Volume 3 to make a layout using my leftover pieces from the Make Waves Workshop Your Way.

This is what I came up with:

I loved this paper pack. It's so adorable.

The next layout I did is using the pattern from the Gimme Some Sugar Workshop Your Way. The instructions say to use the spotted patterned paper but I turned the pages over to use the wood grain patterned side. Isn't it beautiful!?

Our patterns are so versatile you can swap things around to suit your pictures, while having the pattern as a great starting point.

Supply List:
Make Waves Workshop Your Way
Make Waves - Scrapbooking Stamp Set
Make It from Your Heart - Volume 3
Gimme Some Sugar Workshop Your Way
Pansy & Black Ink
Various ShinHan markers

Thank you for checking out my project. If you would like to place an order for any of these supplies you can buy them [here]. If you enjoyed my project please comment below as we love feedback! Next on our blog hop is Melissa from [My Heartfelt Sentiments]. Make sure to check out her amazing work featuring this same theme. Have a great day!


  1. Both layouts are precious! cute kids help, too! Love them both, though the second, Gimme some sugar, just a tad more.

  2. The wood grain paper really makes the pictures “pop”

  3. Wonderful layouts. I really love your second one.

  4. Both layouts are great, but i have to agree the wood grain gimme sugar has it hands down as my favorite.

  5. Cute layouts for cute kids! I'm loving the second one as my fav of the two. Great work!

  6. It truly does look like a Magical Day and yes, I do love that you flipped over the paper! The layouts look great!