Design Team Member Stacy submitted this layout for the June Someting Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue Challenge. She said:
I was excited when I heard what the new challenge was for the month of June. The challenge to use something old, something new, something borrowed or something blue really gave me a lot of different options and ideas.
I finally decided to go with "something blue". I made this layout of my grandparents and tried to make it monochromatic using a turquoise blue.
I just love this new paper line from Pink Paislee! I inked the white paper blue to make the resist design of the doilies show up. I used the same ranger ink pad to stamp the butterfly in the upper left hand corner and circles on the tickets.
I inked the white alphas I used for the title a turquoise blue and then sprayed the whole layout with some Aquamarine Glimmer Mist.
I thought the black and white photo worked really well with the monochromatic blue. I love how it turned out.
Now it is your turn to make a project for the June Challenge. See all the details HERE! I can't wait to see what you come up with for this challenge!
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Stacy, this is great. You put a lot of extra's on this page - great use of monochromatic colors and I love how you did the jems in the center of the flowers!ReplyDelete
I also love how it turned out!
This is SO gorgeous! The pleated ribbon, the colours, all the details...just lovely!ReplyDelete
so so pretty--love the ribbon pleated! great touchReplyDelete
So beautiful! Love the color tone of blue you chose to showcase the black and white photo to perfection!ReplyDelete
this is so pretty- that is a gorgeous colour and i love the pleated ribbon - really lovely touchReplyDelete
Just lovely!! Perfect! I love it all!!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! You did a wonderful job!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty. Love the soft blues.ReplyDelete
Just lovely! I love the ribbon and your flower! The color works so well with your black and white photo! Great job.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love those lovely muted colours and that fabulous pleated ribbon! Lovely! K xReplyDelete
Beautiful layout, I like the aged look of the soft colors which are perfect for the older black/white photo.ReplyDelete