I didn't take many photos when I went to KY in May. I used my iPhone for all the ones I did take. Looking back I wish I would have used my camera and that I would have taken more.
My Aunt Wanda, daughter Hannah and I went to a Flea Market. After shopping we stopped at Cracker Barrel for lunch. I had Hannah take the photo of Wanda and me. A very nice woman and her husband came by and offered to take the one of all three of us. I was inspired to do a layout, in a style called shabby chic. Whenever something new looks old (shabby chic) I love it.
This layout is loosely based on the sketch below from Scrapbooks Etc. They have many more to choose from that you can see here.
I used the Mariposa stack from DCWV for the patterned paper and the Colorful Life stack for the lettering. I diecut the letters using Cat 'n Mouse from Sizzix.
I used up the scraps I had to make four flowers - two orangish-pink and two teal. I used Nestablilities scalloped circles and dictionary paper for the flowers. I had a package of pearlized white stamens in my stash so I added them to the centers.
For the other flowers above I used the Art Flowers Vintage Collage from Hero Arts. The button in the center is from Favorite Findings. I had purchased the crotchet flowers from a shop in Etsy. The teal flowered center is a flower from Prima. I added a Vintage Black Pearl Trinket Pin from Maya Road.
The green flower I picked up somewhere, but I'm not sure where or who the manufacturer is. The brad in the center of the Hero Arts flower is from Bazzill. You can also see a small portion of the faux pearls I used from Recollections.
This post is linked to these parties: What I Whipped Up Wednesday, Inspiring Creativity, Delightfully Inspiring Thursday,
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