Our sunny day, at Ontario Place last summer. I rolled up pieces of patterned paper and adhered to the layout, rather than using plain old flat pieces. :)
7gypsies patterned paper, Anna Griffin patterned paper, Making Memories patterned paper, Scenic Route patterned paper, Heidi Grace pin, Jenni Bowlin scalloped journalling spot, Making Memories mini alpha stickers, Heidi Swapp photo corners, Heidi Swapp chipboard letters, KI Memories lace cardstock.
What a creative way to use up pp.
I loved how you were featured on ScrapScene - congratulations!
I find your work so inpsiring and free-ing and I really love Scraptastic - it would have to be one of my fav's for inspiration and trying out a technique or 2...or 3!
Keep up the originality!
Ashley, I just found your site and already I love your scrapping. This one especially, as it has such great colors for starters. You have tons of talent!
I scrapped for 8 years and just started blogging. I can't figure out how to post a 12x12 page on my site. How do you scan and reduce your pages? I do know how to stitch, but sizing has me stumped. I just posted my first and maybe only one yesterday, btw.
If you could send a hint or two this way, I so would appreciate it. Will be back to view your work much more.
what a cool idea, instead of always laying the papers flat, just curl them! who says they have to be flat?
Another awesome out of the box creative idea!! Just wondering: how do you store pages like this one?
Stopped by your blog because Donna Downey has been singing your praises over on her blog. Beautiful work!!
Well, well, well!
Good creation!!! Congrats!!! The children are the future of the world!
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