Page 7…

Wow!  It seems such a long way to go before I hit 150 pages, but I am determined to get there.

With having an hour or so spare this morning & taking a small break between jobs, thought I would scrap these 2 photos of my nieces.

Tip –
When scrapping your photos, don’t forget there is nothing to say that you can’t use the same photo on the one page.  I haven’t done this on this page, but the photos are so similar that you would think they are. 

I thought about changing these photos to back & white, but decided to give myself a bit of a challenge & went with the colours in Dannielle’s dress to complete my page.

I tore down 2 sides of the Pumpkin Pie Cardstock & along the top of the DSP prior to adhering both pieces to the Basic Black Cardstock.  To match the embossed DSP, I decided to emboss all my flowers.  The larger ones were adhered to the page with Stampin’ Dimensionals, while the 3 smaller flowers were heat embossed direct onto the DSP.  Don’t be scared to try different things when scrappin’.  I oloured a couple of Rhinestones using a Black  & Orange Permanent Markers.  The smaller Rhinestones I used Clear Rhinestones.

The stamp set I used had the word “Cherish” in it, so I typed the dictionary meaning onto a scrap of Whisper White, printed it out & adhered to the page sideways.

The same word was stamped onto another scrap of Whisper White, heat embossed, punched & layered onto a punched pieced of Basic Black.  I adhered it over the top of the ribbon with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Supplies –
Stamp Set – Baroque Motifs
Ink – Versamark, Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black
Cardstock – Textured Basic Black, Textured Punpkin Pie, Whisper White
DSP – Sweet & Sour Speciality (Retired)
Ribbon – 1/2″ Stitched Poly – Pear Pizzazz
Punches – Large Oval, Scallop Oval
Accessories – Rhinestones, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Snail Adhesive,
Heat Tool, Embossing Powder – Clear

Remember, Scrapbooking is meant to be FUN!!!!

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