I can’t resist sharing these two sets with you all. They are based on the two placecards my friend liked the most.
I did go a little overboard and created a wedding program cover, favour box, thank you card and of course the place cards. Whilst they were not chosen or needed for this wedding I had fun stretching my talents and trying something new. Bear in mind these are not perfect just rough mock ups (so there are a few spots of ink and such that would have been re done for a finished polished product as such)
So here are the two sets (one has two different versions of the same box which is a small noodle style box though any box could be done as easily)
Last year I mentioned a friend of mine was getting Married and I was helping out a little (I will at some point post all the various 20 something placecard and other designs I came up with) but first as it is Valentines Day it seems appropriate to share her place cards with you all.
Her colours were Lilac, white and a smidge of black. I got great feedback on the work I did and she was really happy with them which was the important part.
I also packaged them into a hand made box with the same stamp I used on the placecards stamped onto the top of the box and added in some of my special wishing dust mini paper bags so here they are
PS You may remember the stamp as one I won last year from Jelly Bean Scrappers 🙂
You know it is great fun looking back through my photobucket and seeing some of the stuff I have created. Think I will have to do this at a later date for my bears. So here are some more layouts to share with you all.
This first layout is my eldest nice, the photos were ones I took just mucking around. Not everyones taste but I have always loved this as its so different and simple and for me at least it has impact.
For me this was not only a very special moment but a very structured layout with quite a lot on the page. I tend to favour very clean simple looking layouts, well I call them deceptively simple because often they have a lot of hidden work in them it is just not always obvious until you break the page down. This page was done about 4 years ago
This is a layout I created as a challenge when I was guest DT for Artistic Document. What I love about this layout is the fact that I threw caution to the wind and tore up a photograph, It remains one of my favs not just because it is a great shot of me. But because it is also so different.
This next layout was also for my Guest DT spot at Artistic Document the theme of the Cyber Crop at the time Was Reuse Repurpose and recycle
This layout has a wax cheese wrapper melted and stamped into then pear ex’d over. And recyced butchers paper the kind that always comes wrapped around anything you buy from the Deli
This layout is one where I used Basic Grey Two scoops stamps and made my own background I really love this Page as it is so busy and yet still has a simpleness about it.
Trying not to overload each post with to many pics so off to start part 3 🙂 Thanks for sharing this journey into my scrapbooking Vault With me.