It's cold out and I had no where that I had to be, so I stayed inside and scrapped!
Put a fix-it-and-forget-it meal in the crock pot and smelled the wonderful smells all day while
I created in my craft room with the music kinda loud! :)
Here's one of my layouts that was submitted at Sketches With Color http://sketchwithcolor.blogspot.com/
for their Sketch Challenge #1. Create a layout using pink, black and white.
Here's the sketch I had to work with:
And here's what I created:
This is a photo of my dear, sweet nieces when they were 2 1/2 and 6 years of age, back in 2003.
Such cuties! :)
Die Cut Paper: Colorbok
Folded Pink Ribbon: Webster's Pages
Pink Satin Cording
Sheer White Ribbon
Gems: Forever in Time
Pearl Stick Pins
Pink & White Rick Rack
Font: Cricut Stamped
Larger folded flowers: Made from larger flower petals
Appropriate title for my cutie nieces!
Sheer ribbon was used under the white and pink ribbons.
For this grouping, a ribbon was folded in half with strips of pink and white rick rack
layered on top of it. For the flower center I knotted satin cording several times and adhered
the loose ends under before adding it to the flower.
A better look at the layered ribbons.
These cute little flowers came from a purchased bouquet. Aren't they the sweetest?
I added the gems to the centers of each one of them!
Black cardstock mats the photo. I used two strands of sating cording twisted around
to create a border around three side of the photo.
The large flowers are actually petals from a rather large flower. I simply cut the petals off
and adhered the folded ends over each other.
Two pearl stick pins were added under the flowers.
I used a corner rounder for the top of the photo and
matting. This photo shows a glimpse of the satin cording under the tiny flowers.
Love the die cut background paper from Colorbok! So pretty!
Here's a closer look at the cording and cute little flowers surrounding the photo.
Two more of the "petal" flowers were added on the upper corner of the photo with
a bow added, which conveniently covered the ends of the flowers.
Have a wonderful day!
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