If you've been visiting my blog lately, you'll know that Tracee and I are scrapping pictures from our time together last month. Here's my page. Clues I used...Evidence: flowers (brad), something ransparent, triangles, lace, buttons, stripes, string, texture past, woodgrain; Testimony: document summer, inspiration word--easy. Click here to see Tracee's page.
This next picture shows the different papers I used, which are by My Mind's Eye (woodgrain); American Crafts (green, pink); Core'dinations (orange); Studio Calico (green and pink circles, white circles). For my transparent element, I cut some circles out of a Hambly overlay and stapled them on. That wood piece is also by Studio Calico.
Tracee found these frames when we were visiting Michael's and of course that was the perfect photo op. As my journaling says, "Anywhere. Anytime. It's so easy to have fun with [Tracee]." You can see I snuck in some lace. The brads are by Crate Paper, and that green element is a metal dot by Colorbok. Love those things.
You'll have to come see what the rest of the team and our guest designers made. And definitely play because this awesome prize from Frog Dog Studio is up for grabs:
LOL!!! You know what is the funniest about those photos?!?!?!? I JUST BOUGHT those FRAMES at Michael's!! LOL!!! I loveeeeeeeeeeee your lo! LOVING the colors, the layers and of course the photos!!!
You girls are so funny. Wish I lived close so that I can scrap with you. Such lovely moments captured here.
I LOVE the colors. Very different. And the pix are a hoot. Love the page. Too funny.
You sure did have fun! Loving those layers & the switched up title...most of the little birdy sitting on it!!! Hope you're enjoying your break from school, too:):) Oh, & that prize looks a-mazing:):)!!!!!!!!
Looks like you guys had a ball - love all your layers and how you outline on your pp. Great page!
Those photos are hilarious and the page is just gorgeous!!! Beautiful work Debbi!!
Just a fun, fun page, from the quirky photos to the mixed media and the colour matching....great job :)
You solved this case so beautifully, such fun pictures to work with! Loved it!
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