Here's a confession, I have at least four inches of MME paper in my stash. Yes, I know it's a lot, but I am excused because MME is an extremely productive manufacturer. For example, their latest Amber Road line, that's gotta be at least two inches of paper if you get it all! What is inexcusable is letting the papers sit! So I needed this MME blog challenge like the desert need the rain (ugh, who sings that song? lol).
Who else just LOVES that dinosaur paper? Here's another confession, I printed more photos of Dinoland USA than I would have typically because of these papers! lol... Here I used this photo of my DD in Dinoland for a purpose other than the trip album. When it comes to scrappy papers, I am very comfortable using boy"ish" papers on my girls. It's just like clothes, no one is going to point out the truck on my DD's shirt and say, "That's for boys!" Same thing holds true for scrappy papers. I'm an equally opportunity paper employer!
I want to mention that the cardstock I used here is Prism's China, and it matches amazingly well with the grays in this MME line.
I'm pretty pleased with my frugal self here for using the "Abbey Road" strip and trimmed out the "Roar" for the title. LOL. I've done that previously with MME's "Tres Jolie" line, and cut out "tres jolie" and accented layouts of my children. Jolie et parfait, merci MME!