This latest creation for the CSI Design Team has been a pleasure for me. The photo is of my maternal grandmother as a young woman.
At CSI, I enjoy getting to know the many scrapbookers from around the world and am always amazed by the beautiful work they do and the stories they tell.
For this layout, I did some fussy cutting and 3-D work. Also, I included some die cutting and stamping.
You can see some of the embossing work that I did in the background, the stitching and the work done on the chipboard here.
The dimension can be seen here, as well as the machine stitching.
If I could change one thing about this layout, it would be that I would mark off the area of each brick and remove the glass beads from that area before applying the modeling paste. Live and learn!
The stamping can be seen here.
Thanks for taking a peek! I always appreciate comments.
Love this tribute to your precious Grandmother Patty. Your page is chock full of scrappy goodness. Lots of MM, layering, and fussy cutting. I understand your comment about living and learning - most of my pages are like that. I need to practice more in an art journal before launching into a new product on a pristine page. Thanks for the inspiration :DReplyDelete
What a lovely tribute to your grandmother, PIC! I bet you looked forward to those summer visits. Your grandmother certainly was a child at heart to make sure you had friends to play with and dress up clothes- so sweet. I like the stitching and embossing on this LO- wonderful creativity. xoReplyDelete
Gorgeous page and of course I love the BFS! Your gram sounds awesome!ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous, Patty! I loved reading your wonderful journaling and seeing this amazing photo! Your creativity astounds me each and every time!!! This page is touching and beautiful!ReplyDelete
Such a gorgeous page and wonderful tribute to your Grandmother! So much eye candy here!ReplyDelete
Simply lovely, as is your Grandmother and her Granddaughter. The folded out journaling card is really nice.ReplyDelete