Thursday, June 18, 2009

How Low Can You Go?


This is my DS at almost 4 years old. I just "found" this treasured photo in my stash!
This LO was made from all products from Scrapbuck.com and I decided I would "cost out" the LO to see how economical it really is. For this LO the papers all cost 70 cents (it is part of a pack that is 36 pages for $5), the flowers 67 cents, the embellishments were 41 cents and the letters about one cent, bringing the total cost minus the photo to $1.79! I could hardly believe how inexpensively I could create this!

I am loving Scrapbuck.com! These papers echo the look of a lot of the pricier lines and are fabulous quality! Going to the store is like a treasure hunt on line. I hope you will all check out the store!

9 comments:

Jocelyn said...

I am new to your Blog and just adore going through and seeing all of your wonderful creations!!! WOW, you did an awesome job with the cost on that LO....I have got to try this out!!! Please stop by and say HI!!!! I will be back to visit again!!!! Have a great weekend! :)

Tricia said...

holy moly! this is a terrific layout! I am totally drawn to that picture!

Michelle said...

This LO is just amazing!! I love the circle and all the colors you added to this LO!! What an awesome picture you found!! It's so fun to treasure those moments!!
Thanks for the info on scrapbuck I will go and visit here in a bit!!
Have a great weekend!!

Jane said...

Thats fabulous!!! I love it when things don't cost a lot of money!!!! whoo hoo!!!

Crystal Brothers said...

Great layout and I agree...that picture is perfect! Loving it...

Susan Stringfellow said...

Oh my! This page is really fantastic and I love those flowers!
Also - awesome idea with the RAK!

Terri said...

I love this layout Victoria! The colors are awesome and so cherry!

Kozy Krafter said...

That is just adorable!

Carol said...

Love this. Haven't been by in a while, wanted to see what you've been up too.

I've been scraping, more altering actually just haven't had a chance to post it.

Be blessed.
Carol