Monday, January 18, 2010

2010 MLK Layout- "Serve"

(click on pic for larger image)

Dr. King recognized the power of service to strengthen communities and achieve common goals. Service is integral to meeting national challenges such as poverty, economic insecurity, illiteracy, hunger, and environmental degradation.

In addition to helping solve serious problems, service brings people from different backgrounds together, and benefits those who serve.

People of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities are encouraged to serve on King Day, and to make the day the beginning of an ongoing commitment to a cause that is meaningful to them and serves a need in their community.
MLK- Tim Holtz Grungeboard Alphabets plain- embossed
Flourish- Tim Holtz grungeboard
Don Juan- 3/4" and 1/2" font
Red Bazzill CS
Black American Crafts CS
MM embellishments
Metallic Corners
Black dots- $1 store
Ribbon -M's
Metal dot embellies- M's
Black Acrylic paint
pewter- Tim Holtz crackle distressed paint
White Signo Gel pen


Brown Sugar Babies said...

Oh I really like that!!

lovemypaper said...

Very nice layout the color's you use was great.

Treva said...


Great LO, love the colors and photos you used!

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