It’s been raining so much on the west coast this so called winter so we are nearly floating away. I was walking along the wharf in Uddevalla, just looking at all the beautiful lights lighting up the town when a new bottle message came drifting…
Tracy Christine has created this breathtaking layout with photos of her two great aunts. She has used the Vintage Winter and the Vintage Autumn Basics collections. If you want to see more of her gorgeous creations, please take a look in her gallery.
Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.
From time to time I’m looking for just that. Bottle messages. Postings that drifts on the sea of internet, just waiting to be picked up and become praised.
This time Tracy Christine was highlighted, you could be next. I will send out the Vintage Frost Basics collection to her as encouragement.
I love Tracy’s layout! But could you please direct me to her gallery so I can look at some more of her creations? I could not find it on-line when I did a search. Thank you.
I’m glad you loved Tracy Christine’s layout as much as I do. There’s a link to her gallery at scrapbook.com in the posting.
sensational and so rich and earthy .. this vintage layout is full of love and texture. all the layers and color blend perfectly together to create a stunning piece of beauty xo
Congratulations to Tracy Christine! I just love her work at scrapbook.com and follow her there. She’d be a perfect addition to your DT!
Ooh it’s a stunning layout, so inspiring.
So Beautiful page!!! Congratulations Tracy Christine!!!
I always enjoy Tracey’s projects and this one is a stunner! Great ‘message in a bottle’! 🙂
Absolutely gorgeous! What an amazing layout and love that photo! and can I just say how much I absolutely LOVE this idea of the “Message in the Bottle” – it is so fun to see how Maja Design paper collections drift out into the world, leaving the place they were created, only to eventually, virtually kind of find there way back.