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Saturday, April 17, 2010

LOAD #17 - Conservatory of Flowers

Every Sunday, CTMH consultant Helen Onulak posts a scrapbooking challenge on her blog for scrappers to use a selected pattern from Jeanette Lynton's books Reflections, Cherish, or Imagine to create a layout. I almost never get to participate because I plan my layouts too far in advance, but this week I got lucky. Today is the last day for her "Conclusion Combo" challenge, and since that is the pattern I used for that layout, I get to link to her challenge. Yay!



Recipe:
Picture Perfect & Friendship Alphabet Small stamp sets
That's Amore Level 2 papers
Garden Green, Blush, Chocolate & Colonial White cardstock
Chocolate, Olive & Blush ink
Chocolate marker
Chocolate grosgrain ribbon
Dimensional Elements Flower Garden
3-D foam squares

4 comments:

Linda said...

http://i567.photobucket.com/albums/ss116/twinstimestwo/IMG_0319.jpg

Another calendar. The sea shells are made out of paper that looked like lace and roses. I had a hard time finding paper that looked like sand, I like the paper I used and it is a little shiny. If I had had ink with me I would have made my own sandy paper!

Linda said...

I love the chipboard flowers!

I am having a hard time coming up with calenders after 4 years, but I had access to some cricut cart. that I don't normally have.

Chanel's Owner said...

http://ownerofchanel.blogspot.com/2010/04/load-17-birthday.html

Really ugly paper I used, it was a gift so felt like I should use it.

Andrea Ewen said...

Wow! Both your pictures and layout are fabulous together! Those flowers are beautiful and the amore paper sets them off. Wonderful job!