Jan 28, 2014

Jan SB Post #9

Hi everyone, today we have more ScrapBursts to share with you all.  I hope you are all enjoying the challenges and having lots of fun doing them!
Cherish The Moment by Jennie Seal
Using a sepia photo has worked really well on this page. Lots of black, brown and grey set the tone. The rosette flowers look even more effective with their stitched stems.
Adding stitching, tearing and sanding gives the page a varied look of textures.
Clustering the flowers looks great, love the metal buttons and butterfly. Well done Jennie. SB #3 - RUSTIC with TEXTURES
Brothers by Judy Laracy
When you're using older photos, and I don't mean your heritage type - a rustic or distressed theme can work well. Judy has done a great job curling and distressing the background papers, using paints and inks to bring it all together. The corrugated cardboard and chip shapes compliment the photo so well, and the title is perfect. Well done Judy.
Mackenzie by Deb Blunden
I think Deb has done a great job on this layout. School photos can be very limiting, but this range of papers has worked beautifully, right down to the blackboard. Well done Deb.

Such an awesome effort from the girls so far. Some really great entries coming through, and all so different. Don't forget, Pumpkin Time is the 7th Feb so you've still got time to join in.


1 comment:

Di Corbitt said...

Jennie I just love the layout. The papers work so well together as do your beautiful flowers and stitched stems...and just look at those young parents!!!

Judy I love the very "rusty" overall look and feel to the layout. Fits in so well with the great photo of the boys. Great work.

Deb I really like the use of the schoolpapers and embellishments. Someone looks very excited to be starting grade 1...hope same applies this year for grade 2!!!