I am participating in this months Scraplift Challenge, and I scraplifted Sewflake's Flowers & Babies. :) I also am taking part in Stash Busters, to use up some stash: 2 Printed Papers I have had this paper for ever for when I would do any heritage albums! ( by Frances Meyer) This wasn't even opened, but at least 5 or 6 years old.
Stickers Oh my goodness, I have stickers galore! They were actually in the packet with the paper I used.
Wire or metal Have lots of brads and metal in my stash!
Vellumn I stamped a butterfly on the vellum and layered two more butterflies that I had in my stash.
I see the brads are facing wrong. LOL I didn't want to take another photo, but I promise to fix them!
Date: Sunday, October 13, 2013 GMT Views: 274
Registered: November 16, 2005 Location: Glendale, AZ Posts: 25903
Sun, Oct 13, 2013 @ 2:42 PM
It's neat how you used sewflake's page for your inspiration and created this classic heritage page. I love it. Yes, it's a different style, but just as nice as hers. Those border strips are lovely and I love the butterfly and photo turns on the journaling spot!
------------------------------ Wendy B in Sunny AZ
Registered: December 17, 2006 Location: in my craft room Posts: 4275
Sun, Oct 13, 2013 @ 2:51 PM
This is just stunning, I LOVE the heritage look of the layout, your lacy border strips. What a darling butterfly, very delicate looking and matches so well with your papers. Very creative Sharon. "You did good"! :-)