Hi all.. welcome back to my blog!
Back to work for me today, so a very quick post to showcase another of my LO's made with my CKCB blog inspired kit, Summer Swansong.
I confess, I went off piste for this challenge though.. the brief was to use three photos, but try as I might, I just couldn't find three photos I wanted to use, so instead, I used two and spread them out a bit! Cheating, I know, but I'm happy with it and that's what matters.. right?
Anyways, again I used a selection of papers from the Kaisercraft Hummingbird collection, and added a doily instead of a bracket shaped piece of card. I fussy cut the birds and butterflies and added a large elaborate brad, several smaller ones and then added a flair button too.
Overall, I'm so pleased with it, and I am OK that it deosn't fit the brief exactly.. the photos are ones I've been wanting to scrap for a while anyway, so here it is!
Thanks for looking.. do pop back soon.. I have more the share!
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Great page and a lovely way of using the sketch. Thank you for joining us at Scrapology.ReplyDelete
Super page Elaine, it's always nice to see a bit of tweaking going on ! I think your layout is great with lovely colour selections. thanks for playing along at Scrapology xxReplyDelete
Thank- you for joining in with us at Scrapology this month :)
Fantastic page Elaine.I love your 2 photos which go so well with those papers.ReplyDelete
I think your choice of only 2 photos is actually more dynamic than the sketch! Good oneReplyDelete
Beautiful layout and I like your rendition of the sketch. This is a new blog for me so I will have to check it out :)ReplyDelete
It's really lovely and the banners stand out beautifully being mounted like thatReplyDelete
Lovely page - the papers you chose are perfect and I love the butterflies.ReplyDelete
Absolutely - this maybe a tweak for me too - love the sketch and adore your page xxReplyDelete
A sketch is only ever a starting point in my book! Love the papers you have used and the bird is so cute. Is it a punch?ReplyDelete
No..I fussy cut them from the Kaisercraft papersDelete
That mix of patterns and colors really makes a fabulous base for your page. Very pretty.ReplyDelete
I love that sketch, and what a great layout!ReplyDelete