PixelWorks is Retiring! Layouts…

So sad that one of my favorite designers, Michelle Godin of PixelWorks, is retiring. :( I’m going to miss her designs so much! Hope you have a fabulous year, Michelle!! :) She’s having a sale until her store closes at the end of the month.


Here are the two most recent layouts I did with her wonderful stuff…


Journaling: Cinde’s 50th brunch bash at White Rock Lake. Cinde works as a clown and her husband, Dal, is a magician, so there was an interesting group of people in attendance. The couple’s  musically inclined sons performed after the meal. Someone showed Matthew a trick of sorts involving two wine corks. Matthew figured it out almost instantly, which apparently is very unusual.  He spent most of the rest of the time there playing with the corks and impressing the adults with his new trick.

- by PixelWorks at The Lilypad –
word art:
What Holidays Mean To Me
papers: Giving Thanks
alpha (50): Big Stampy Alpha
ribbons (recolored): Happy Birthday (retired)
- other –
December Template Challenge Freebie by Amy Martin at The Lilypad
action: Folded Tear by Atomic Cupcake
fonts: CA Misfit by Stefanie Koerner at Cape Arcona Type Foundry, LD Underwood 5 by Lettering Delights


Journaling: Kaylee still loves to spend time drawing on her MagnaDoodle. I was very impressed with this intricate web/ flower design she doodled on Halloween. 10-31-10

Scraplift of Krista Sahlin’s “falling leaves” for the Lilypad January 2011 Scraplift Challenge.
- by PixelWorks at The Lilypad –
Funky Girl
Papers and Elements;
Tiny Dymo Alpha.
Font: Pea Jenny (Kevin & Amanda's Fonts for Peas)

And just for fun, here’s a collage of the other layouts I’ve done as a part of Michelle’s team over the past year and a half…

Thanks for all the amazing inspiration, Michelle! :D


Michelle said…
aww Kim you are too sweet!!! your layouts always knocked my socks off. you are an amazing scrapper (and photographer!) thank you for this wonderful post! it's so cool seeing all your pages together!
Tania said…
That was cool seeing all those pages together. Michelle will be missed for sure and I know I'll miss seeing how you use her stuff.