Wednesday 12 June 2019

Wednesday Words

Today I've a scrapbook page to share. I've used the theme from a new challenge to me White With 1.  I discovered this challenge from a scrapbooking buddy Lizzy Hill's amazing blog.


So basically there are just two colours on my page - white and blue.  I tried to match the shade of blue as much as possible, always difficult with computer screens. And I really couldn't do anything about the orange flower in her hair!

I used a piece of the beautiful Vicki Boutin Mixed Media paper for the background - the colours seemed perfect! Then I added a lined scrap for my journalling and used an edge punch and a doily to soften the edges.

The journalling is a direct quote from the photo as it was sent to me on my phone after I had complained about a previous pic with her dress all scrunched up!

I added some punched butterflies, word stickers and enamel dots as embellishments.

Papers: Vicki Boutin, Mixed Media; scraps from my stash
Title: AC Thickers, Wild
Punch: Tonic, butterfly; Martha Stewart, heart
Stickers: Cocoa Vanilla, Happiness

I'm so pleased you had time to stop by my blog today, it's been fabulous having you visit.

And keep crafting!

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  1. your layout is so gorgous!! great work
    thank you for playing with us at White With 1 this month.

  2. What a lovely photo and delightful layout! Thank you so much for joining in with White … with 1 this month with this wonderful page.

  3. A beautiful page with an adorable picture!Thank you for joining us at WW1❤️

  4. I love the way you have added two tones of Blue. Thanks for playing along here at White with...1.

  5. Welcome to our challenge Jane. I love that background paper you used, works perfect with everything you have done on your layout.
    Thank you for joining us at White with 1 this month x


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