15 March 2017

Stanthorpe, revisited

Two more pages for the Stanthorpe album...

The explosion of pink on this layout was prompted by the inspiration board at D-lish Scraps:



Materials
ColorBox Art Screens - Bloom stencil
Kaisercolour Candy acrylic paint
Lindy's Stamp Gang Starburst - Salt Water Taffy mist
Cocoa Vanilla Sugar & Spice - Flutter patterned paper
Cocoa Vanilla product packaging
D-lish Scraps Just Add Paper - Festive Wishes twine and small flowers
D-lish Scraps Woodgrain Hashtags flair
Pink satin flowers (unknown brand)
Polka dot buttons

& & & & & &

From an explosion of pink, to an explosion of orange!  This one was inspired by the March challenge at White... with 1:



Materials
Becky Higgins Project Life - Jade Edition patterned paper
Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz - Rays stencil
White molding paste
Fancy Pants Fancy Free - Truly Madly Deeply rub ons
Rub on alphabets (unknown brand)
Vintage book paper
LuminArte Twinkling H2O's - Rusted Bloom watercolour paint
LuminArte Twinkling H2O's - Egyptian Gold watercolour paint
Kaisercraft Bark inkpad
Lawn Fawn Blissful Botanicals stamps

As part of my stash-busting drive, I dug out some of my old rub-ons, and despite my trepidation the images/letters transferred beautifully.  Does anyone recognise the letters/font?  I don't have the original packaging any more.

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9 comments :

  1. A lovely bright layout - thank you for joining us at White ... with 1 :)

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  2. Another fab page Karen and this photo is a winner. Many thanks for sharing with us on White … with 1.

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  3. Beautiful layout ! Thank you for playing with us at whitewith1 challenge.

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  4. Beautiful and bright page! Thanks for joining us at WW1:)

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  5. I love your pink background flower and the photo works so well on the page. Two lovely layouts.
    Louise xo

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  6. Such a sunny page !
    Thanks for joigning us At ww1!

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  7. Bright and beautiful layout Karen. Are the rub ons Making Memories? Thanks for joining us at WW1.

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    1. Ah, they could be? But I thought MM alphas came in a booklet thingie, and these ones were on two kraft-coloured sheets. I thought maybe Basic Grey but the sheets are a different size to all the BG ones... I just can't remember!

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  8. Beautiful layout. Thanks for joining in with us at WW1 :-)

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