Monday, November 30, 2009

I'll be watching You.

Here's another layout I created with for my guest designer spot at Scrap Attack Scrapbooking. They are offering 3 gorgeous kits this month, and some of them are in limited supply - so get on over to her store and take a look. And while you're at it, there's a sneak for the December kit, and you don't want to miss it!

This layout features mostly Dream Street papers from the "Sam" collection. Beautiful for fall pages. Don't you love it when products from different manufacturers work well together? These die cuts were from the SEI Moravia collection, and fit so well! I inked them and added some pearls for a little more dimension. I also did some stitching with jute twine around the photo. There's something about the rustic look of twine!

I couldn't get enough of the flocked papers from SEI, so I cut out a few shapes to use as embellishments for this page.

I love the new Pink Paisley letter stickers that recently came out - regular size and mini-letters all in one package - great bang for your buck.

Supplies (from kit):
PP - Dream Street, SEI
lace cardstock - KI Memories
flower, pearls - Prima Marketing
die cuts - SEI
letter stickers - Pink Paisley

Other supplies:
jute - 7 gypsies
ink - Ranger
marker - Staedtler Triplus Fineliner


Maria Ontiveros said...

Gorgeous picture and gorgeous layout! I love how the patterned paper sets off the coat to brilliantly frame his face.

Veronica said...

Beautiful layout! I love the paper.

Laura Achilles said...

Hi JJ, your Dream Street Papers projects you shared with us on the DSP blog are wonderful! Would you be ok with us sharing them on our blog over the weekend? My email address is if you could email me jpeg files and your blog addy link that would be awesome! Thank you so much for sharing your artwork with us!

Barb said...

What a pretty photo and a great LO. And yes, I love the way those products coordinate so well. :)

peeps said...

Beautiful LO. I love the papers.

Linda (lind) said...

Nice papers and layout JJ. I like that big flower too.

Tara Orr said...

oh love the warmth of this one - awesome papers!