My camera is rarely far from my reach, I love to snap those everyday photos like the one I took of my oldest daughter Chloe when we were out at a little patio in Paris, Ontario having a cold drink and some munchies. To make up this page I went with the soft green paper from the new Sofiero collection and mixed it with some of the greens from the ‘Life in the Country’ collection and a little touch of ‘Crea Diem’ for elegance.
I like to use earthy colors with green when it comes to my embellishments, so I used a variety of embellishments from the ‘Naturals’ collection from My Little Yellow Bicycle.. The chipboard clock is a skelleton clock from Dusty Attic Designs.
For my title I used a word stamp from My Little Yellow Bicycle, but I wanted to give it a little more texture. So I took some gloss medium (I used the gloss medium from Dusty Attic, Glossy Accents would work as well) and just followed the lines of the stamp, it give the title a nice darkness and a great shine.
I hope you enjoyed my project today, and remember, you don’t just have to scrap those special occasions, scrapping those everyday moments can bring back a lot of fond memories.
Supplies: Patterned Paper: Maja Design, Sofiero (The Elegant Wine House), Life In the Country (Summer Fields-bs, Kitchen Garden, Kitchen Garden-bs, Crea Diem (Kann dig sjalv), Crafter’s Workshop Brick Stencil, Handmade texture paste, Dusty Attic Skelleton Clock Frames, My Little Yellow Bicycle (Cork Heart Pin, Everyday Stamps, Canvas Shapes – Flowers, Canvas Tapes, Canvas Labels), Flowers & Bling Flourishes Recollections, Lace – Tresors de Luxe, Drywall Tape.
such a complicated design, Gabi, it is interesting to follow your thoughts there. I love it. and those mauve flowers so well complement the colors.
Beautiful pic, DP and love all the little touches you added.
The overall softness of this layout is beautiful and all the little details work perfectly together–love it!
Oh I just love the earthy colours. I can see that you’ve used reinforcement tape as decoration. I think it’s really decorative but haven’t used it myself in a couple of years. You got me inspired to bring it back again. Your background work and details are amazing as always.