Monday, May 31, 2010

Some Crate Paper fun


for the Scrappiest Sketch 67 this week


Lots of misting with circles here .
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Heidi Grace has some fab new  dimensional stickers
 which i have used in some of the misted in circles here.


Some bling with the new KI Glitter border stickers.
Loving the use of tickets for journalling spots still.
Brown ribbon by AC , brown twine. 




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15 comments:

Jennifer said...

Wow Pearl, love your take!!! The misted circles are great and so many fun embellishments to look at. Great idea to decorate each circle with these goodies!!! Lovely photograph!! :)

Lynette said...

Gorgeous layout...you must be the "misting queen". I have a few bottles but have barely touched them.

BabyBokChoy said...

Ah... fabulous crate and I need desparately to use this line! gorgeous misting again!!!

Sarah said...

Love how you've used the die cut!

Trudi said...

Gosh Pearl this is so eye catching - love how you have mixed the paper ranges..... and yes you definitely are the misting queen - fabulous as always

Kim said...

wow such a cool idea to use the tickets for journalling....now why didnt I think of that...lovin the misting too!!!!!!

Wendy Kwok said...

i love the idea of the misted cirles... so cool!

Helen Tilbury said...

Another great mix of product going on here & I'd love to know what that funky retro background floral/butterfly print is if you can remember...

Metal_Minish said...

Really neat misting! That string tied around the ribbon is a cool detail too!

Mo said...

lovely playful and bright! those papers are fun!

Darien said...

What a Beautiful Lo!!!! love it!!! Your misting always looks Amazing!!!!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Adorable page, Pearl! Love those misted circles and all the fun embellies in them. Also love how you did the title and the ribbon with the large button. Think I need to play with my mists more....you've totally inspired me with this.

LG said...

AMAZiNG!

Paula said...

Fantastic use of the papers & elements for this sketch.

Staci said...

this is awesome, pearl! you always mix patterns so well and totally make it work perfectly!