I am back again to share with you some more projects for this month.
Don't forget our challenge is up and running... Jess has set it this month.
All you need to do is create a project that has paint, sprays, texture and splatter.
Make sure you get your entries in by the end of the month!
I have created another layout using the Webster's Pages 'In Love' collection.
Yet again another wedding photo but this time celebrating my Dad and his involvement in our special day! It meant the world that he supported us throughout the organising, the day and still to this day supports us in everything we do. Thanks Dad!
Here is what I have created...
I love the simplicity of this layout.
I have used...Webster's Pages 'In Love' range, some Kaisercraft 'Lucky' Wooden Flourishes and title. I have used the ColourBlast 'Snow White' Paste and a heart template for the hearts.
Here are some close ups...
The flowers are from The Dusty Attic and I have coloured the Kaisercraft Lucky Wooden Flourishes and the Kaisercraft 'Treasured Memory' title using the gorgeous Ken Oliver Liquid Metals - Pewter.
I sprayed my flowers with Heidi Swapp Colourshine Spritz - Blush.
The little quote I have used is from the Kaisercraft Clear Stickers - Family.
How cute are those hearts that are created with ColourBlast Colour Paste - Snow White?
And that little corner by Kaisercraft, coloured with Ken Oliver Liquid Metals....just divine!
Well I hope that you have enjoyed hearing about my little project.
Part of my pack this month were some Darkroom Door Photo Chips. When I first saw these I didn't know how I would use them.
In the end I decided to create some very basic cards with them.
Here they are...
I have teamed the Photo Chips with some cardstock, some of the Kaisercraft Lucky Wooden Flourishes, some word stamps and bling.
For these cards I have teamed the Photo Chips with a word strip from Darkroom Door.
And finally a bit of stamping, Kaisercraft Lucky Wooden Flourishes and some Kaisercraft Clear Stickers - Love with the Photo Chips.
Well, that is all from me today. Don't forget to get your entry in and pop back next week to see what Jo has been creating with these gorgeous papers.