August 23, 2011

Love is the Thread - ODBDLYLS8 Scrapbook Challenge

ETA***If you received this post twice - I'm sorry, Blogger was acting up and not allowing comments so I had to add it again.!

Hey Scrappers - have you played along with this months Our Daily Bread Designs Scrapbook Challenge?  This month Patter issued the following challenge - Fun with Numbers, for complete details click here to see how you can play along for your chance to win a $25 ODBD Gift Certificate!

This challenge certainly was a little more challenging, as you had to use numbers on your page, and adding the date did not count.  Do you see where I added my numbers?  I recently asked my mom so mail me a handful of my grandmother's old photos as I thought they'd be great for scrapping.  I came across a photo of my grandparents that I thought would work wonderfully, scanned it and printed it in Sepia to match the Bo Bunny papers I wanted to use. 



I originally thought the photo was taken outside my grandparents house, but when I asked my mom, she said it was outside my great grandmothers house, she said she had a lovely flower garden and walkway.  Don't they look wonderful!  I thought the sentiment from Sewn with Love  worked wonderfully with the photo.  I wish the photo was dated so I knew how old they were here.  I altered the pattern paper by stamping the Dahlia in Teal, then settled on a layout after playing with various pieces I die cut.  I added the Fence to go along with the photo, die cutting it from Chocolate card stock, then added part of the Cheery Lynn Designs Patriotic Swag in Teal, adding a bit of Faux Stitching for interest and some flower blossoms I created using an old Pattern Piece,  Spellbinders Blossom 3 and the Sweet William - Small set.

Here's a close up of the larger blossoms - see the added numbers?

Under the larger Blossoms, I added a circle cut from the backside of the Bo Bunny paper, layered on a  Cheery Lynn Designs  French Pastry die cut from Vanilla and distressed.  Just under the circle I added the
Victorian Romance Flourish, cut from Chocolate Textured card stock.  To finish off my page, I added the Exotic Butterflies Small cut from Teal card stock.

Details:
Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs Sweet William - Small, Sewn with Love, Dahlia
Card Stock - Teal, Chocolate, Vanilla

Ink - Ranger Coffee Archival, Chocolate Marker
Other - Big Shot, ODBD Custom Dies Fence ; Cheery Lynn Designs Dies : French Pastry, Victorian Romance Flourish, Exotic Butterflies Small, Patriotic Swag; Spellbinders Blossom 3
Pattern Paper -
Bo Bunny Gabrielle, The Sticky Thumb Dimensionals, Recollections Brads, Zva Creative Pearls, Glue Dots, Old Pattern, Ink Blending Tool, SAMJ, EK Success Scallop Punch

Additional Challenges - Papertake Weekly - Dies to Die For; Creative Card Crew - Handmade Flowers; Everybody Art Challenge - Blue/Brown; Creative Craft Challenge - Anything But a Card

Thanks so much for stopping by!

10 comments :

Suzanne C said...

Fantabulous! Love this layout and everything works so beautifully. The image with the sentiment. the sewing pattern used on the beautiful blossoms and love love the colors you used!

Kathy Eddy said...

This is just beautiful Lisa! Everything looks gorgeous together!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Beautiful piece, really love the turquoise with the brown, one of my favourite colour combinations. Fabulous photograph and flowers too. Tracy x

Evelyn S. said...

It's a beautiful layout, Lisa. And it's a good thing you had a closeup of the numbers, because I couldn't find them without it. ;-)

Marjie Kemper said...

Gorgeous layout, Lisa! The rich browns and blues are super with the photo. Love it.

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhh, how beautiful! You can feel the love you share!

Basement Stamper said...

stunning layout, these photos make for great scrapbook pages!

Margaret said...

Lovely layout, really like blue and brown as a colour combo. Your flowers are gorgeous too. Thanks for joining us at Creative Card Crew :o)

Shanna Shands said...

Wow this card is really amazing. Super duper card. I love the flowers you made to play along with us over at the Creative Card Crew challenge hope to see you play next challenge!


Shanna

Shanna Shands said...

Sorry I meant scrapbook page lol sorry.....!

 
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