Hello and Welcome to our Sunday Night Blog Hop!
This week we are CASEING the Occasions Catalogue - pages 20 - 31 which is the Succulent Garden Suite.
See that GORGEOUS clock there on the right of the photo?
That's my inspiration this week!!
You can see that the colours are the same as the stimulus photo, but the stamps and images are different.
And, to reflect that beautiful clock, I've stamped a round image using the Delicate Details Sale-a-bration stamp. I've done this by gently curving the lace image and stamping it 8 times to create a large circle.
Because I don't own the Succulent Garden Suite (yet), I've improvised and adapted - using the large floral image from So In Love which is featured in the Occasions Catalogue, and the Flower Flair framelits for the die cut shapes, A few extra leafy images from Flower Patch complete the embellishment cluster.
The designers for the catalogue image have created a rainbow of colours (inspired by the Succulent Garden DSP). I think this is such a lovely arrangement and I have continued the same theme in my project.
My page title comes from Flower Patch and the so so useful Brushwork Alphabet stamp set - LOVE this set, and I use it to personalise SO MANY projects!!
Now it's time for you to continue your hop along through the great design team! Up next is the talented Rachel and her beautiful Mediterannian Moments card.
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This is so clever Julia! Never would have thought to turn a clock into a scrapbook page layout.ReplyDelete
Thank you Simone. My goal us to do more pages, so...... I'm seeing the potential everywhere! Lol.Delete
I really admire you, doing a scrapbook page. It's really lovely, great CASE.ReplyDelete
Thank you Rachel. I do love scrapping.Delete
So so clever Julia and so effective. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thank you Mel. These colours in the succulents suite worked so wellDelete
I love it ALL, Julia! What a great idea to bend the lace around to form a circle. Oh, and all those gorgeous succulents make our page so pretty. It's a perfect layout for a scrap page, Well Done!ReplyDelete
Thank you Tricia. I really am pleased with how it's turned out.Delete
What a lovely scrap page, Julia and a clever CASE.ReplyDelete
Thank you Judy. There us so much inspiration in our catalogue.Delete
Gorgeous page Julia, I LOVE how you have created the large doily with the Delicate Details, I'm going to need to CASE that one!ReplyDelete
Thank you Megan. Yes, it worked really well using the delicate details.Delete
Thanks for sharing! I've wanted the Brush Work letters, but wasn't sure if I'd like it. You just answered that question for me. I love it. This will go to the top of my list today! I really like your project. You did a great job for not having everything you needed.ReplyDelete
Oh yes Gloria. Definitely get the brushwork alphabet. It is so so easy to line up and stamp as its photopolymer and always looks fabulous! I make cards and gifts with the names of people stamped onto them. And this set is PERFECT!Delete