Sunday, August 3, 2014

Anything Goes Cheery Lynn Design Challenge



I created this layout for my niece MJ to remember her beloved Jaggar.  Used a variety of techniques and of course tried out a few of my Cheery Lynn Dies!  I used a few Shasta Daisies, their great clock die, a few medium sized roses, the vintage gear hearts (love all to heir gear like products) and of course a flourish! My collection of dies continues to grow!


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Thursday, July 3, 2014

Growth




I really wanted to scrap this series of pictures taken this past fall.  Lots of misting, inking and playing with colors, stencils, some stamping and I made several of the flowers! And used a few of my die cuts!

Sunday, June 29, 2014

The younger past...

I have been wanting to do a layout of my husband and our daughter (now 8 yrs old) when she was young.  He took paternity leave and they spent lots of time out at the family farm!   Both are sitting where Rudy's father often occupies his time watching the stalk markets when the bugs are too bad to even go outside as they are on the river front!  Lots of bugs!

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Wonderful! Keeping it Krafty with CLD!

I so love this picture that my sister took of my daughter and set out to do a layout that's background was made up glimmer mists and alcohol inks to enhance a distressed look.  The hinges and flourishes and roses from Cheery Lynn Design were perfect accents!

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Wonderful!



I really wanted to use my stamps to fill my page - you know be the focal point and help make the picture pop!  I think it was a success!  Still learning!