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Beautiful portrait page

Great page. That is the cutest photo. Love the embellishments.

the flowers are adorable but I don't know what you mean by rolling them.

Very pretty page and great photo! I love those layered flowers and the colors are great too.

Project - My Mind's Eye - I love you
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Project - My Mind's Eye - I love you
by look4angel
posted 03/28/12 at 09:15 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

This layout is for the My Mind's Eye Challenge located here MME Challenge.
It's a photo of Sequita, and the kids. The small gingham tab on the right hides a pull out journaling block, which reads:
“Sequita, Matthew and Madison, such a happy young family in 2006. Thank goodness for photos because time flies when they are so little. I love you always Granny.”
This is the first time I have sewed on a layout for a LONG time and I was scared to death that I would mess up the paper, after all it was MME, which is some of my all time favorite paper, and MME for a contest!
This is also the first time I did rolled flowers. I found that the end of my exacto knife worked really great for rolling the flowers, but I highly recommend taking the blade out before trying this. I used an old one that didn't have a blade in it. I also rolled these on a thin carpet (think oriental) instead of a hard desk, so I'm not sure how that played into the final product. Happy Scrapping! Love Penny
This layout was also entered on this site: Just keep on Creating
Supplies for this layout include:

Pattern Paper - MME -Happy Dots #KS3064 Kaleidoscope
Title Block - MME - Sweetest Thing - #KS3118 Kaleidoscope
Cardstock - DCWV - Blue, white , and red
Ribbon - Recollections
Twine - Stephen Lawrence - Metallic Cord 552
Punches
McGill Perfect Petals
Buttercup - 84005L
Floriano 84002L
1 5/8 Flower
Fancy Square - 92092 & 92093
Marvy Uchida - Oval Scallop
X-cut Round Scallop
Martha Stewart - flower
Bling dots - Martha Stewart
Therm o web - glue dots
Brads - Recollections and unknown (Gingham brad)
Letter stickers - Unknown
Sketch was by Anam Stubbington

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