Monday, March 22, 2010

The Scrappiest layout sketch 57


check out the latest sketch over at the Scrappiest this week 
& all the fabulous DT inspiration ! 


For this layout , I have used Jillibean Soup's Old World Cabbage Stew on White pps 
with a little Chicken Noodle pp . 
( that's quite a mouthful for the name of their collections ! ;) 
The base is another white Bazzill spot laminated cardstock 
which I have misted on in various colors & parts 
but as I didn't wipe away any of the mist the laminated design 
on the cardstock 
did not show up well . 


I have since learnt that lesson & now prefer to use a little kitchen towel
 to wipe away excess mist on this type of cardstock. 
Sometimes you get to blend the colors too that way. 

I also used my fave Shimmerz Pixie Dust on the corrugated alphas 
& on some of the CC chipboard flowers .

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10 comments:

BabyBokChoy said...

O mi gosh, love love love that lemon zesty looking paper, seriously those photos are so so so fun, can this get better??!! awesome!!!

Christina said...

lol love the names for those papers!
xo

Jennifer said...

Love this fun LO!! I love these sunny papers and your misting as usual is wonderful. :) Your photos are amazing. I especially love the effect of the top photo. I really need to sit down and learn my Apple Aperture program. Awesomeness is just waiting to be had!!

Audra said...

really great layout... and cute pics... i really like the fun title!!

Helen Tilbury said...

Love the photos, the title, the colours, zesty indeed!

Wendy Kwok said...

What a great take.. love the splash of yellow.. it goes so well with the energy from the pictures.

Darien said...

BEAUTIFUL LO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Amazing details as always!!!!

Susan said...

What energy and fun in this layout! I agree about the naming of papers these days - there are loads with long titles of funny words! Chicken noodles indeed - he he!

Audrey Pettit said...

Those photos just make me smile! LOVE that paper....I need to get my hands on some. And I so love your title matching with the lemon paper. Brilliant, girl!

piradee talvanna said...

wow... check out all the misting!!! super fun!