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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Getty Villa Layout

It's a busy time of year for me with a child graduating from 8th grade and another from 5th grade, plus end of year parties and planning for VBS at my church, but I managed to sit down today and finish this layout that's been languishing on my desk for a week! For the pattern, I used one of my sketches from Splitcoast Stampers, but I also scraplifted my layout by using some similar materials (like the Magic Mesh) and embellishments (butterflies, etc.). Fun to see how even a scraplift of one of my own layouts can turn out so different from the original!
Recipe:
Tiny Typewriter Alphabet stamp set
Pathfinding Level 2 papers
Sky, Cashmere, Autumn Terracotta, Sunset & White Daisy cardstock
Sky, Cashmere, Autumn Terracotta & Chocolate ink
Coffee marker (Zig Memory Systems)
Chocolate ribbon
Magic Mesh (Creative Imaginations)
Color-Ready Cork Alphabet stickers
Mocha Opaques pearls
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge: butterflies
Cricut Artiste cartridge: cloud
Pattern: Splitcoast Stampers Sketch15Jul1
Challenges: Lasting Memories How many [photos] can you fit? (I managed 8 by cutting 5 photos into small circles).

4 comments:

Haven_mom4 said...

Way to get in so many photos. Thanks for joining us at lasting memories

Sandy Ross said...

Great layout! Love how you cut photos into circles....great design! Thanks for playing along with Lasting Memories Layout Challenges!

Wendy said...

Great job adding additional photos as embellishments (circles)! Very creative! Thank you for joining us this month at Lasting Memories!

Lori said...

This is such a great layout! Way to go on getting so many photos on there - such a great idea to cut them into tiny circles. Thanks for playing along with us at Lasting Memories!