Today I'm sharing a scrapbook page using my very favourite photo from our trip to Gunby Hall last Sunday - so pleased we took advantage of the lovely weather, what a difference a week makes! The photo looks through an arched gateway down into the walled garden and I love how you can see the different sections marked by the apple arches over the path. The designer of this garden is a genius!
I used a stencil and inks in the bottom left and top right corners of the background paper to echo the greenery round the brick arch and added a few splashes of mist and some buttons to help the movement diagonally across the page. The strips of green paper behind the photo are to pick up on the brickwork. This is also my spin on the ombre technique and I started with dark at the bottom getting lighter as it goes up to reflect the shady and sunny greens in the photo.
I'm entering this page for two challenges - The Memory Nest and Have I got Scrap For You.
Mask: Prima Marketing Inc
Ink: Memento, bamboo leaves; Mister Huey's Color Mists, dark calico, opaque white
Alphas: AC thickers, Hugs; Bella Boulevard, Sophisticates
Paper: Scraps from my stash
Embellishments: buttons from my stash
Thanks for looking.
Awesome layout! Love all the green stripes!ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing with us at The Memory Nest!
Amazing layout! Thank you for playing along with us at The Memory Nest!ReplyDelete
Oh wow! This is very cool! I love how you created the ombre effect with your pp's and that photo is incredible! Love this! Thanks for playing along with us at The Memory Nest!ReplyDelete
beautiful layout love your use of coloursReplyDelete
Gorgeous creation, I love all of your shades of green perfect for your photo. Thanks for playing along with us at The Memory Nest. :)ReplyDelete
That page packs quite the punch! Love how you used the green ombre strips. Thanks for joining us at the Memory Nest.ReplyDelete
Love this LO!ReplyDelete
Thank you for playing along with the Memory Nest!
WOW! Amazing take on the ombre challenge. Those greens are a great compliment to your photo. Thanks for playing along.ReplyDelete
I love you green ombre it looks great. Thanks for joining us at the Memory Nest.ReplyDelete
The strips are perfect! Love your take on the Ombre effect. Thanks for joining us at The Memory Nest!ReplyDelete