Well Hump Day has nearly been and gone for us here in Australia and its been another hectic start to the week for me. However I'm taking a quick moment to share a layout that I recently did whilst I was in lock down for the storms....lol
Bare in mind my friend and I didn't take any of scrapping supplies with us so we had to make do with the ones we found in the house.
I used the Sketch from over at ScrapFriends. I would have loved to have entered it into the challenge but unfortunately I missed the cut of date.
HERE IS MY TAKE
The chevron pattern was a fun accent to create using paper. And I have hand stitched the butterfly trail.
Flowers and glitter alphabet were such a good score from the dollar shop, although they were not as cheap as a pack of Prima's they did cost under $4.00
The picture was taken of my son and his friend at his end of year Ice Dinner, for a normal school this would be considered as a Formal. In this case parents are allowed to attend and share the moment with them.
It was such a beautiful night to see not only my son but his friends all dressed up looking so gorgeous.
Products used: Kaiser Craft papers "Timeless Collection" & "Save the Date" collections, packaging from flowers, Lilttle Birdie Boutique Elements, flowers and alphas, ink and embroidery floss.
Thanks for looking and to those that dropped by and take the time out to leave me comments they are always appreciated.
Well done you for having limited supplies, this is so beautiful, you've done a great job. Love it.ReplyDelete
You totally rocked that sketch Fi. Looks FANTASTIC. Shame you missed the cut off date as I'm sure you would have one. Cheers Di xoReplyDelete
Wow! This came out great! Love what you did with the sketch! Fabulous!ReplyDelete
Lovely layout-neat you got to go to the formal!ReplyDelete
YEs I agree with all the ladies... You rocked it!!! This layout is absolutely Stunning Fi.... .... hugs...xoxoReplyDelete
Fantastic take on the sketch, Fi!!!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous Fi. Love that background paper and what you did with the chevron pattern.ReplyDelete
Fantastic job Fi!! Good for you scrapping with whatever you could find and just shows you what can be done!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is amazing!! Love your take on the sketch! ~ Blessings, TraceyReplyDelete