Sunday, July 15, 2012

Websters "Palm Beach" & Sketchbook 365

Hello there everyone :)

I'm back again to share another layout using my DT kit from Handmade by Suzanne - Websters Pages, Palm Beach...which is available in store HERE

I've used the July sketch at Sketchbook 365 for my layout

Here is the sketch.....





And here is what I came up with....



I love the colours of this paper that I've used for my background - Great Travels....and thought the earthy tones would suit these photos from Pro Harts gallery, from our trip last year to Broken Hill.

I adjusted the sketch slightly to suit the 3 pics that I wanted to use.




I've also used some 2crafty chipboard - Barbed Wire & Flower Spurts ...that I have simply inked with a brown ink.  I also used the centre piece from the flower spurt chippie in my cluster, but left this piece raw.

There is also a gorgeous spotty fabric button from Lil' Red Rocket tucked there into my cluster <3




A handmade pinwheel & one of the resin pieces from the Palm Beach - Perfect Accents pack.
There is also a D'Lish scraps wooden butterfly button as well.


My banner....cut using a Nestabilities die - scalloped circle, that I then cut in half.  The triangle flag bits were cut from the points of the chevrons on the Palm Beach Girl paper...then with a few buttons added.








And some journaling using scraps of cardstock to make journal strips.

When I look back at the 3 layouts I've created so far with this range, I love how different they all are...not just the colours, but each of the colours within the range inspired me to create different styled layouts & different techniques as well with them.. (hope that makes sense!)
I think this range is very versatile & such a variety of layouts can be achieved from it :)

Anyways....that's all for now....I hope everyone has had a fab weekend :)
Until next time....Happy Scrapping & thanks for dropping by!  xx


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Products used:

Websters Pages - Palm Beach - Perfect Accents
Handmade Hessian flower
Handmade felt pinwheel
Pom Pom trim
D'Lish Scraps - Wooden butterfly buttons
Nestabilities - Scalloped circle die
Basic Grey alpha stickers
Carolee's Creatons alpha stickers
Buttons
Twine

12 comments:

Lizzy Hill said...

These ARE versatile papers....I ADORE that hessian flower...just so cute! I saw Pro Hart's gallery up in BH in oh...let's see....1984, I think!!!!:):):):)!!!! Bet it's changed slightly!!!!

Chantelle said...

Really love seeing your LO's Linda - so many great things to look at - the postcard pictures look fabulous and I love the way you've included them in a scrapbook LO - great memories. Awesome work with this collection ♥

Di Garling said...

Love how you have used the barbed wire Linda. Looks great.
Cheers Di xo

Paula@Scrap365 said...

A fabulous LO, I love the colours. Thank you for taking part in our challenge:)

Debbi Tehrani said...

Gorgeous photos and page, Linda! So many awesome details. Loving that banner.

Nathalie said...

I just came over from the Scrap 375 sketch blog where your page caught my eye! It is gorgeous! I can't believe all the textures you managed to put into it:) The colors are wonderful too!

Fiona said...

Fantastic layout, love the colours and the textures.
Fiona
x

Riikka said...

Lovely details!

Melinda said...

WOW Linda I just adore your work and this layout is just so eye catching..the colours and the photos are amazing! I really need to come by your blog more often! Hope you are well :))xx

Victoria Freze said...

gorgeous layout and pictures in it! Linda, your style is absolutely amazing, love it!

Helen Tilbury said...

Veeeeery pretty! Love the earth tones and that barbed wire chippie!! Awesomely rustic...

Morag Cutts said...

Gorgeous layout and a brilliant use of the sketch. TFS!

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