Wednesday, July 23, 2008

CHF Layout # 7

CHF layout challenges are my FAV challenges. I absolutely LOVED this layout.



Here is my take...



I stamped the chipboard using aqua ink by Ranger.





I stamped the green patterned paper using the vintage ledger scrapblock TM inked in red pepper by Ranger.



Supplies


Stamps:
-Vintage Ledger Scrapblock TM by CHF

Ink:
-Red Pepper by Ranger
-Aqua by Ranger

Patterned Paper:
-Flower Beds (Spring Fling Collection) by Pink Paislee
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Skipping Stones (Spring Fling Collection) by Pink Paislee
-Spring Fling Shapes (Spring Fling Collection) by Pink Paislee *die cuts
-Scrap piece of Wild Asparugus by MME

Accessories
-Button from Embelishment Suitcase (Postal Collection) by Making Memories
-Ribbon Trims
(Postal Collection) by Making Memories
-Metal Clip
(Postal Collection) by Making Memories
-Flowers from Embelishment Suitcase
(Postal Collection) by Making Memories
-Chipboard Title from Biggest Board Tabs, Tags & Doodles by Fancy Pants Designs
-Brown felt flower by Fancy Pants Designs
-Brad ({note}worthy collection) by Making Memories


Hope you are enjoying your Wednesday.

11 comments:

Deanna said...

Gorgeous!

savitri said...

Awesome page!!! This is so pretty! Love all the details! Have you seen this blog: http://retrospection.typepad.com I think you'll like her style.

Rose Ann said...

Wow...your page is gorgeous, Alli!!

Alice said...
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Alice said...

Really nice!!!
I could learn so much from you and your blog :-)

Marlou said...

Hi Alli, thank you for your kind well wishes :) im loving all your amazing work that I have missed while in hospital, you are very talented :) x

Bunny B said...

Beautiful LOs!! I love your talent!!

Happy Now said...

Great sketch and great page! It's going into my to-do file too... :) Thanks!

Anita C said...

That sketch layout is awesome! I love your take on it, beautiful :)

Linda E said...

What a beautiful page! I certainly appreciate the fact that you designed a page for two pictures. I can never tell a story with just one photo.

Kacey Elliott said...

This page is fabulous! I love all the details, so much to see. Great pic too!