Monday, March 30, 2009

Flower Scrap page

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I am so excited to have had time to do a scrapbook page for Izzy. This is really the only time any get done LOL! I love, love, love Erika Martin's sketches on Stamp TV. The stamped flowers really got me thinking about pictures I have of Izzy.
Here is my page. I can never get good pictures of my scrap page, so I appologize in advance.
I wanted to try and give you a close up of the flower details on this page.
Here is one of my favorite details. It is hard to see, but this cute catipilar is fuzzed out. Izzy loves catapilars, she calls them catpilars and every time we find one she has to rescue it by bringing it to the mums.
Isn't that so much fun!!! This was a lot of cutting, but I do like the end product. The bling was also a really fun accent. I added dazzling diamonds and rinestone brads as well. The button was a fun addition. The ribbon reminded me of the grass and the button was just a fun detail.
I have never really used Eastern Blossoms from Stampin Up and I have had it since convention last year. I saw this post from Andrea and I knew I had to give this set and bling a try. I busted it out earlier for a color challenge and thought the colors and different flower choices Andrea used were fabulous, so I gave them a try here.
In the origional sketch we were supposed to do quote and quote, but I had to journal about the day as well.
It's a good life!
Terri E.
Deets: All supplies are Stampin Up unless noted
Stamps: Eastern Bloom, GKD Catapilar
Paper: Stampers Select White, Basic Black, Pink Flamingo
Ink: PTI True Black & New Leaf, Real Red, Summer Sun, Pumpkin Pie
Accessories: Rinestone fire bling, dazzling diamonds, glue dots, stampin dimensionals, Michaels xyron machiene, PTI New Leaf ribbon and button, really rust & pumpkin pie markers, GKD glue pen and fun flock, black pen

5 comments:

Alicia said...

Those flowers really make the page pop beautiful

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