Wednesday, June 20, 2018

King's Guard Chamber & Presence Chamber Layout

When it came to scrapping these photos from Hampton Court, I didn't have a really creative title for the layout, but at least it's descriptive, right? While looking for papers that coordinated with these pictures, I remembered a layout I had started as part of a creative class at a CTMH convention way back in 2011. It's taken this long to actually put some pictures on the background, part of the reason I don't like doing layout classes! I added some other embellishments and a title to finish it off, and now I have one less unfinished layout lurking in my stash - hooray!

This layout features a flip-flap that hides two additional pictures, and will go in my scrapbook facing a photo storage page with more pictures from the same rooms, so I thought I would post the other photos as well.
More of the weapons stored on the walls of the Guard Chamber

William III landing at Torbay

Close-up of tapestry in the Presence Chamber

Carvings by Grinling Gibbons

Tiny Typewriter & 10 Things stamp set
Roxie Level 2 papers
Black & Colonial White cardstock
Black & Desert Sand ink
Cork alphabet stickers
Heartfelt Whimsy shapes
Licorice Opaques
Magnolia Serene Joy Rub-Ons (MME)
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge: decorative border
Pattern: Enchantment from Jeanette Lynton's Magic
Challenges: Lasting Memories Rub-Ons challenge


Deanna said...

I love that lacy trim and flourish! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Lasting Memories! :)

Sandy Ross said...

Amazing photos. I love how you used the rub-ons! Thanks for playing along with Lasting Memories Layout Challenges!!!

Lori said...

Wow - such a beautiful layout and your photos are beautiful, too! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Lasting Memories! - Lori DT