Today is my day - Scrapping Out Loud challenge

Supplies: Patterned paper: My Mind's Eye (border) & Kaiser (Butterflies), Cardstock: Bazzill (Brown & white), Rubons: Kaiser, Wooden butterfly: Kaiser, Pearls: Kaiser, Chipboard letters: Bella (green), Brads: Junkitz. Others: white pen, felt flower

Had to miss out on last week's challenge over at Scrapping Out Loud..:( But I'm back this week with this LO (yay!). This week's challenge is to scrap about your favourite day of the week. I incorporated the sketch of the week (with a little variation - I used 3 photos instead of 4) as well as the word of the week in this LO (yay!)

The shaped border was a "leftover" from another project and adhered to brown cardstock. I used a white pen for some faux stitching :) The beautiful butterflies were cut from Kaiser Craft paterned paper, adhered to the brown cardstock with a brad and decorated with self-adhesive pearls (also Kaiser). White flourishes (rubons from Kaiser) were added to give the butterflies some "movement". I added a wooden flourish to the large felt flower.

I used the same photo and put them through Poladroid (this cool site that my friend Aimee discovered..) which lets you create "polaroid-like" pictures from your digital images. Go try it out, it's fun! :) Pin It


Melissa said...

Gorgeous, love everything about it, especially the row of pics! Fantastic LO this week!!!!

Pat said...

Beautifully done! I love those butterflies!

Denise said...

Oh WOW!!! This is beautiful!!!! Thanks for playing this week!!!!

adrienia said...

Wow .. Nice layout ... Looks like spring

Lisa said...

Love how you did the butterflies on this. I'm going to check out the poladroid site.

Lucy Edson said...

Love the dimensional butterflies!! So pretty, Yvonne! Thanks for sharing about the polariods - I want to give that a try - I love the effect on your layout!

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