The Golden Gate Bridge

Supplies: Patterned paper: Imaginsce, Cardstock: Bazzill & DCWV, Stamps: Heidi Swapp, Ink: Brilliance in Lightning Black, Others: Cuttlebug embossing folder & diecut, transparency, thread, brads.

This week's challenge at Scrapping Out Loud is all about black, white and READ. You can make your layout to be like a newspaper article or just use a newsprint font. Isn't this a fun challenge? That you absolutely must play along? *wink*

My layout features a picture of the Golden Gate Bridge and some very personal journaling. Click on the image to read the journaling. Really simple layout to pull together, using scraps, some stamping work, machine-stitching and text & title printed on transparency.

Come play along with us at Scrapping Out Loud! Happy Tuesday! :)
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Maggi said...

Wow Y, this layout is so beautiful. I love your stitching and how the picture looks like a postcard. This also makes me a little less afraid to try using my transparencies! lol

Your journaling is very touching, I'm sorry for your loss!

~amy~ said...

Yvonne, what a great layout...soooo fabulous. Wonderful journaling too..

Jessica said...

Yvonne is this such a sweet and beautiful layout...such beautiful journaling!

Melissa said...

Gorgeous LO, Yvonne. Love the picture and the journaling.

laterg8r said...

love how you made the "postmark" at the top of your pic TFS :)

Lisa T. Howard said...

What a wonderful job you did with this challenge. Love the clean design yet intriguing design!

Juhi said...

This one of the best layouts I have seen.....A very clever and creative use of red, white and black. I love the stamp effect you have created on the postage stamp uses stitches. Great piece of journaling too!!

Jeanet said...

This is so gorgeous!!LOve this one Yvonne,love all the black,red and white!And your cool stitching and beautiful journaling!!Love it!!!
Really have to join this challenge!

nscropper said...

fabulous layout .. love the colors and the postmark

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