Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Sahara Sand, Pistachio Pudding and Lost Lagoon.

Paper Players have a beautiful colour challenge this week and I've used them as my basis for our Scrapping Page at our next class.  These are the colours:
and I think they are so lovely!!  These colours are so TOTALLY in my comfort zone! They are quiet peaceful colours and I use neutrals, blues and greens A LOT - especially in scrapbooking!!  
(The lovely ladies from my classes would attest to this!!)

I've used lots of retired goodies on this page too - as a last hurrah!  There is the Dictionary stamp set (in the background, very hard to see!), Daydream Medallions, and the Something Borrowed DSP from the Occasions catalogue.  Pistachio Pudding is retiring too!!

There's a lot of sponging on this page to make it look softer too!!

I'm amazingly lucky that my photo has a Lost Lagoon background too!!  How cool is that!!

I love how this page has turned out!!  

And because I loved this colour combination so much, I made a quick sympathy card too  for some dear friends of ours.  Just love the calm softness of this colour combo!  Thank you Paper Players!!!


  1. I am so glad you liked this combo, and used it to highlight a page for your sweet girls, as well as a wonderful sympathy card! TFS! And thanks for participating in my color challenge this week!
    LeAnne, DT

  2. Thank you LeAnne, your colour combo was truly inspirational!!

  3. Fabulous projects! The layout on your scrapbook page is lovely and I love how calm and serene your sympathy card is. Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players.

  4. Thank you Karren, I really loved how my projects turned out too!!


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