Monday, July 27, 2009

For All You Do...

Hi Stampers!

Yay, I finally have some projects to share with you this week. WooHoo!! I had some free time this weekend so I did some stamping, most importantly I worked on my Convention Card Swaps. I'll be leaving to the Stampin' Up! Convention in Utah in one week. I am sooo excited!!!

So the first share I have for today is actually a scrapbook page I made at my 2nd level upline's house, Marcella. You can check out her blog by CLICKING HERE. Several of Marcella's downline have signed up for a monthly Demo Scrapbooking Club held at her home. The page I'm sharing today is one of two 12x12 double page spreads that she designed for us. I loved this page and the colors so much!

I apologize for the poor lighting in the pictures, but I had a difficult time photographing these pages even though I used my OTT lamp and it was the middle of the day! The set we used to complete the pages was the brand new For All You Do stamp set. I am in love with this set. I know I have lots of butterfly sets but I just love butterflies! It's the closest thing Stampin' Up! has to faeries so I have to buy them all. Hee,hee.

Here's a shot of the first page, I really liked this layout a lot. The little square pieces were like making a puzzle. LOL But it was fun and easy to put together.

Here is a close-up of the stamped images that were used from the For All You Do Stamp Set. The colors used were Rich Razzleberry (New In Color), Orchid Opulence, Pale Plum and Old Olive. Don't they all work well together? And the butterfly, I just love the butterfly with the little spots on it!

Now here's the second page in the layout. Also lots of fun to make. The beautiful DSP that was used to make the small squares is the brand New Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper. I fell in love with this paper!

Lastly, here is a close-up of the embellishments on this page. "July" was spelled out using the On Board Loads of Letters and we colored them in with a watercolor brush and Rich Razzleberry Classic Ink Refill. It was so easy to color them and they dry fast! The jumbo eyelet is from the Retired Soho Designer Hardware Collection. You can't really see what the eyelet says but it is "Fab-u-lous adjective, amazingly good; wonderful; superb. I really liked adding that touch to the page. The flowers were also stamped in Rich Razzleberry Ink onto Whisper White Cardstock, then cut out using the Paper Snips and then adhered to the page with Stampin' Dimensionals.

All Supplies Stampin' Up!
Stamps: For All You Do
Paper: Whisper White, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry, Cottage Wall Designer Series Paper
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive, Pale Plum, Orchid Opulence
Accessories: Rich Razzleberry Classic Ink Refill, Water Color Brushes, Eyelet Setter, Mini Hammer, Paper Snips, Stampin' Dimensionals

I hope you enjoyed looking at these pages. Check back on Tuesday, I'll be sharing the double page spread we made at Marcella's. Don't forget, now is a great time to join my Stampin' Up! Team/Family and start earning some extra income. CLICK HERE for all the details!

Have a wonderful Monday and Happy Stampin'!


Aimee said...

What a great layout...colors work very well together.


Sheilah Neff said...

I love the way you put the colors together. Keep on sharing. :-) Sheilah Neff

Andrea Walford said...

Fun colour scheme! Your layout is great!