Hi there and welcome back. Today I have another share of a layout recently published in the Australian Scrapbooking Magazine. This one was published as a wedding layout. When I created this for submission into the gallery I instantly knew which photo I wanted to use.
This is a photo which I have had sitting on my table for some time now. Such a beautiful photo of my husbands parents (Eric and Barbara) on their wedding day. A very special photo something that I will always treasure as I never got to meet Eric (my husbands father) as he passed many years before I met Chris (my husband). I have imagined in my own mind what my relationship with Eric would have been like..... I have been told he was a bit of a joker which always brings a smile to my face as I know only too well what a joker his son is. The smurk he gets on his face when he is up to mischief.....I often wonder if this was also one of his Dad's traits.
This one is for you Barb....thank you for all you do for us and all that you are. You are so very special to me and my family. xxx
So without further ado this is "Timeless Love".......a perfect day.
For this layout I have used "The Art of Life" collection of papers from Kaisercraft. I have shaped the base paper outline using a Fiskars plate.
These chipboards are from Dusty Attic. I have used liquid pearls on all of these pieces and layered it very thickly.
The flower beauties are of course from Prima Marketing Inc.
I have crackled the Memory Maze chippie heart you see here and then spritzed it with mist afterwards . I wiped away the excess and layered it on this beautiful chipboard flourish.
And of course some most gorgeous lace.
Well I hope you have liked this layout today.
I have left a materials list below if you are interested.
Have a fantastically wonderful scrappy day.
Kaisercraft "The Art of Life" collection
Dusty Attic Chipboards
Memory Maze Chipboards
Prima Marketing Inc. Flowers
Prima Embroidered Wood Buttons
Blossoms by Vivaldi leaves
Hand dyed Cheesecloth
Tim Holtz Crackle Paint
Ranger Liquid Pearls