Tuesday, August 21, 2012

My Sunshine Girl


Here is my LO for the new reveal at Frosted Designs and also for the Purple Pumpkin blog.
 I love the colours of these MME papers - they are so soft and summery. I took the photo of my daughter after she performed in a ballet demonstration this weekend. I converted it to black and white so that is matched my papers better. I used lots of distressing and inking on this one and had fun with my masks, paint and stamps.
Now for the Purple Pumpkin goodies - check out that gorgeous ballerina button - I just LOVE the PP themed buttons they make such a lovely finishing touch to a page.
The crocheted doily and bakers twine are also PP products. I have a little bit of a Washi tape obsession at present and I use it on almost every page that I make! PP now stock a huge range of washi tapes to match every theme and colour scheme. Do check them out - they are so easy to use and are great to add a little splash of colour or a little interest to your page!

Now for my Smash book pages. I have finished the first two days at Disney and our visit to Universal Studios. The last page that I have completed is the first part of our LA tour. I may add a little more detail to some of my pages when I have finished printing out and sticking in my photos. The hardest part is deciding which photos to include - I want to add as many as possible so I am printiing all my photos at home in a large variety of sizes :)







If you have made it this far WELL DONE and thanks so much for taking the time to look at my blog I really do appreciate all my visitors :)))

2 comments:

Erin Blegen said...

Your layout is just sweet as always! Love the stamping and rub-ons...flawless :D.

Your smash book was super fun to look at- something I should really give a go. Great way to hold a bunch of photos!!

Thanks for the inspiration :),

xErin

Sandy Davis said...

Great layout and love the smash pages. You got a ton of pictures on those pages. A lesson I learned in my book as well was not to have all the pictures at 4x6. LOL.

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