Thursday, April 15, 2010

LOAD #15 - Japanese Tea Garden

I started this layout this weekend at my scrapbooking retreat, and, since I didn't have my Wishblade with me, one of the ladies let me use her Cricut. She had a cartridge called Pagoda, and I used it to cut out the cherry tree branch and the harmony tag. Then when I got home, I finished the layout by using my Wishblade to create the bridge and the title. I also added some highlights using the Blush ribbon, and I made a vellum pocket. So this layout was partially created this weekend and partially finished today! The design is Swing Rhythm from Imagine.

Emporium Level 2 papers
Cocoa, Blush, Desert Sand & Colonial White cardstock
Cocoa & Crystal Blue ink
Cocoa marker
Colonial White brads
Blush Ribbon Rounds
Pagoda Cartridge (Cricut)
Pepita MT font (Wishblade)


Linda said...

I do a calender for each month and then pick my favorite pictures for the month and put them on the opposite page. I am obviously a little behind if I am just doing April!

Benjaman said...

Beautiful layout, excellent paper choices and just really wonderful. TFS.

Chanel's Owner said...

Cheryl Even said...

Linda, cute idea putting dates on the caterpillars' feet and listing important events on the body! Michelle, I left you a comment on your blog.