Sunday, November 28, 2010

You Are What I Never Knew I Always Wanted.

Hello and welcome to my blog. Wow it is almost December. It certainly looks like the holidays around here, everything looks so white and clean outside. Before you know it, it will be 2011.. eeeks...I have two layouts today to show you. 

I just fell in love with the title in this layout and thought this photo was perfect for it. The bottom paper is Pink Paislee House of Three, and I think the top one with the cages is My Mind’s Eye…silly me I cut off the paper name and chucked it before adding to my blog J  The big oval is Artsy Licious flocked paper, it truly is so much more beautiful in person to see it, as well as the navy blue flowers, the photo just does not do either justice.

I cut out all the swirls with my cricut.  Below is a close up of the flower cluster with the larger swirl I use white smootch on this swirl.
I cut out smaller swirls to go around the oval, and used liquid pearls on them. I cut out one of the cages from the paper and used some pop ups under it and some ribbon.
This next layout is titled, A Day to Remember. It is also my grandson Johnathan. Love the little  hat he is wearing and warm lambs blanket under him. The bottom paper is Old World and the top is My Mind’s Eye, Meadow Lark.

Below is a close up of the flower cluster, I used some rub ons under them as well as a cut out with pop ups. I made all the flowers in this layout and used stickles on them. I did quite a bit of inking with Versa Magic Chalk Inks on this layout.
I used a Martha Stewart punch behind the photo and another rub on in the top corner. I added a Prima Say it with Pearls in various spots after I was all done.
Thanks for stopping in to take a peek. I hope that you all have a great week. Feel free to leave some scrappy love comments, I love reading them ...take care and happy scrapping J


Sandi Smith said...

Beautiful work Shona!

Lean said...

wauw great pages you made with sweet pictures and so many cool details.
I love the colors you used.

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L. Akins said...

I came across your blog on a swirlydoos forum. I love your work.