Thursday, 9 July 2015

Hello

Evening Folks,

Today, I finally got round to scrapping one of the photos that could be seen lying on my desk for the last two weeks. That still makes it a bit of a record for me ... I usually take an awful lot longer to get a photo scrapped :) I CASEd a layout I admired on Lynsey's blog, here on Lynsey's Place - it was just too good not to.

Most of the patterned papers used are leftover scraps but the base paper is from Glitz's Color Me Happy - Color Me Happy Polka (the polka pattern is on the reverse). The journaling card is recycled packaging (Hero Arts).



The title, alphas and stickers are from So Fancy Simple Stories Fundamentals and Expressions Cardstock Stickers. The enamel dots are from various sources.

I'm submitting this layout to Pixie's Snippets Playground because of the number of scraps and snippets I managed to use up making it.

I have another layout started but it's time to call it a day so I'll bid you goodnight - tomorrow is another day.

6 comments:

Jackie said...

A beautiful photograph and a wonderful layout :o)
Jackie xx

Di said...

Great layout Elizabeth and I do so love that photo! Perfect papers you used too.

Hugs

Di xx

Bobbie Lynn said...

Hello Elizabeth,
A beautiful layout you created. I love the colors too. Thank you for your comment. It is amazing what a fresh coat of paint can do for a room.
Happy crafting and have a wonderful weekend.
Blessings,
Bobbie Lynn

Pollard Carole said...

Gorgeous page love the layout love and hugs Carole x

Jean said...

A beautiful layout and a lovely photo. I love the papers you've used.
Jean x

scrappymo! said...

What a beautiful layout. Of course the star of the show is that fabulous photo!

Love your design and the scattering of the dots...looks great!

PS I am filled with joy...some of my daylilies are finally blooming. I am hoping that the reason not all of them are, is that I succeeded in transplanting a variety of types from my old garden which bloom at differing times!Not all of them survived so fingers crossed that a smattering of each variety survived.

Have a couple of other blooms here and there, but mainly a fairly sad sight to see as so much bare dirt! How I love a full, crowded perennial bed. Maybe next year they will have filled in more fully!