Friday, July 29, 2011

Beautiful Spring

All this heat is making me wish it was still Spring. Seriously...how hot is it where you are at?

Like I promised you yesterday, here's another 2 page layout (oh and remember you can always click on the image to view it bigger!):


It uses the gorgeous Butterfly Garden collection from Pink Paislee and some kraft cardstock and those awesome chipboard pieces from Magistical Memories (Yep, still a fan!). The pieces used are called Out On A Limb and Antique Sign.


Design Notes:
* When picking a floral paper to go with your floral pictures make sure you pick one that will not overwhelm or distract from the pictures.
* If using two sheets of the same patterned paper for your background on a two page layout, rotate the second sheet 90 degrees to give it a different look.
* Use bare chipboard on top of kraft paper for a unique more subtle look.
* When making a grid with your photos, just for fun take a few of them and tilt them!
* Try writing part of your title and then stitch (or write) around it with the rest of the title.


Here are some close up's of the layout:




Hope you are able to escape (or enjoy?) the heat.

Have a wonderful day!

7 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

WOW WOW WOWWWWWWWWWWWW! I loveeee this! I loveeeeeeee the photos, the design and loveeeeeeeeeee the stitched title work!! GORGEOUS! :):):):):):):):):):):)

Casey Wright said...

LOVE this 2-pager - the kraft makes me happy and the stitching in the title is so cool! Love it!

Sylvia said...

Oooh Pamela, this is amazing! LOVE your 2-page LO with all the great details!!!

Janine Rachau said...

So glad to see your layouts and inspiration out & about! Wanted to make sure you saw that you were an AC winner. It's up on their blog. Blessings!

Lynn said...

great 2 pager and i love the title and stitching!

Catherine said...

Those chipboard pieces are gorgeous on your layout and I love the stitched work.

Linda Beeson said...

Looks like you like to take photos of flowers just like I do! Great use for some of them. WOW on that stitched title, what a great look and LOVE the chipboard pieces.