Tuesday

Vintage layers with Debbie Burns! :)




My guest today is the lovely Debbie Burns of Love Life's Little Pleasures. Debbie has a beautiful layered style with great attention given to little details. She does amazing fussy cutting and I love how she fuses that with her love of vintage photos. Today she shares a vintage layout with lots of fussy cutting. She is also hosting a challenge with a fabulous prize package for one winner! :)

Let's have a look at her beautiful gallery, shall we?


Hi everyone, I’m Debbie Burns.  I was beyond thrilled when Yvonne asked me to be a guest blogger for her ever so creative blog!

I live in Maryland, a stones throw away from our Nation’s Capital.   I have two grown kids, both still living at home and one precious dog, Zoey.  I love to scrapbook and if I’m not in my scrap room you can find me outside
tending to my flowers!

I adore working with vintage photos and over the last couple of years I received an assortment of them from both my mom’s and dad’s side of the family.  They have sort of taken priority over my regular photos.  I had a lot of fun working on this layout which holds a precious picture of my mom and her little brother.  


One of my favorite manufacturers to work with when it comes to vintage photos is Webster’s Pages.  I save every scrap and love to fussy cut the intricate designs and layer them on my layouts. 






This is my challenge to you  . . . Make a layout or card using a vintage photo. I would love for you to use a photo of a family member, but if that is not possible you can incorporate any kind of vintage clipart on your project.

Link it up here on Yvonne’s blog and one lucky person will win a little package full of vintage goodies, including a booklet of embossed frames by K and Company.  I love to use these frames on my vintage layouts.  

 


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Wow! Isn't that a lovely RAK? Are you ready to play along? Please link your newly created projects via Inlinkz (located at the end of the post) by Friday November 4, 11.59pm (GMT+8)

As always, please leave a little love for my guest Debbie. 


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16 comments:

Alice Wertz said...

wow! the details and layering on Debbie's layouts are amazing! thanks for treating us with another talented artist, Yvonne!

Linda B said...

Debbie's work is amazing... great layering skills here! I love all the fussy cuts! Her paper choices can't be beat... absolutely beautiful!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

I love love love love Debbie's work! She is AMAZING!! :):):):):):):):):):):)

Blossom inch said...

great layering love her work.

lynn said...

your work is beautiful, debbie and i so love your page with the fussy cutting--amazing!

Helen Tilbury said...

Looks like a great challenge! Will take some digging to find a decent photo though - they're all hand me downs & not in the best shape LOL!!

Audrey Pettit said...

What gorgeous work Debbie does! She's a girl after my own heart with her love of Webster's! :) Thanks for sharing her with us here on your blog.

~amy~ said...

Wow...Debbie, your work is WOW...

Lea said...

Debbie rocks!!! Love this challenge!

Kishley said...

awesome!! I was waiting for a new challenge on your blog :) Since i couldn't take part in Letterpressing technique! I dont yet own an embossing machine! :) now i'm going to hunt for vintage pics/clipart!

DonnaMundinger said...

OMG!!! What fabulous work! amazing detail and I so love vintage (even though I don't do it that much.) Maybe this time I can play along. xxD

Dora said...

Wow I will visit your blog after this comment, need to follow you, and love that lo, and I hope I will have time to make a lo!

Julie E said...

Gorgeous creations!

yours truly said...

Great challenge! And gorgeous works from Debbie. Love all the layering and little details! Unfortunately I do not have any vintage family photos, so it'll have to be vintage prints.

I hope it's okay to link twice. I might even do a third . . .

~ Ü ~ Hilda

Rosana Garcia Hess said...

Yvonne I loved Debbie´s projects...i´ve posted mine layout :)
I used an old photo of my dad, who died when I was seven. Thanks for this opportunity do make this tribute.
hugs from Brazil

Rosana Garcia Hess said...

Ladies I´ve posted my 2nd entry ok?
hugs from Brazil

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