Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Snapshots of St. James Park Layout

The November Variety Challenge at Splitcoast Stampers, "Gridlocked," is to arrange pictures in a grid pattern. To make it easy, I used a sketch from Jeanette Lynton that already had a grid, and I just adapted it to work for my photos. Feel free to play along with this challenge until the end of the month!
Live Inspired stamp set
Vintage Green Ornate papers (The Paper Studio)
Flaxen, Kraft & White Daisy cardstock
Flaxen & Desert Sand ink
Chocolate marker
Kraft Color-Ready Borders
Fern ribbon
White baker's twine
Base & Bling heart charm
Snapshots Complements
Let's Go tags(Chic Tags)
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge: journaling shape
Pattern: Small Packages from Imagine by Jeanette Lynton
Challenges: Color My Heart Monochromatic Green + neutrals (okay, there is a tiny splash of pink here, but it was fun using mostly greens on my layout!)


Michelle said...

Beautiful layout! I love how the greens and your neutral colors really go so well with your photos. Thanks for sharing with us at Color My Heart Color Dare!

Miss. Carrie's Creations said...

Great use of the photo grid. Those are some amazing pictures and from them I can tell you enjoyed your adventure. Thank you for playing with us for this week's Color My Heart Dare challenge. <3 Miss. Carrie

Tracey said...

Beautiful scrapbook layout...I think the little touch of pink really sets off the beautiful bird. Maybe it's not all green, but I think it works! Thanks for joining us at the Color My Heart Color Dare.

Sue Reynolds said...

CAS scrapbook layout but the photos really pull in a lot of the greens too...very pretty. Thanks for sharing with us at ColorMyHeart Color Dare.

Debi Gardner said...

I'm a little green with envy concerning this layout. SO my style. Thanks for sharing at Color My Heart Color Dare.

Vandra said...

Great layout, I love that you got so many photos into the double page spread. The green matches the photos perfectly. Thanks for sharing with us at the Color My Heart Color Dare Monochromatic Green Challenge.