Saturday, January 17, 2009

Pure Joy layout


I finished this LO yesterday, but it was getting too close to supper time to post at that time. A couple of summers ago, we visited my DHs Aunt & Uncle on our way back from dropping my DDs off at summer camp at the CNIB in Vancouver. These lucky people live right on Fraser Lake, so they go boating and flying whenever they want. They have all the fun water toys! So Uncle Mick took Cole out for a fun ride in this 3 seater Sea-Doo. He just has the look of pure joy on his face!

What I used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Reflections (for the right page)
Emporium B&T and My Stickease
Colonial White, Chocolate and Sweet Leaf CS
Spot On Backgrounds SS
Chocolate ink and marker
Crystal Blue ink
3" scallop circle punch (Marvy Uchida)
Love Letters Rub-ons
Chocolate and Colonial White brads
DE Monograms
Cricut: Base Camp cartridge (Provo Craft)
Pewter Designer brad
Make-up sponge (other)

5 comments:

Clearly Inspired said...

Great layout, Vicki! Love the picture in the "O".

Alanna said...

Fabulous artwork as usual Vicki. And I love the way you did the JOY with the picture in the O. TFS.

Mama to 2 said...

Love this layout. I love how you put a picture in the "O" cute!

Mare said...

Lovely layout!!! You are always an inspiration!

BTW, do you know Kelly English-Triggs blog address? I ran into her at the CTMH Album Retreat and reconnected with her as I roomed with her many years ago at convention. She mentioned she had a blog but we got off topic (how is that possible....LOL) and I didn't get her blog address.

Thanks for any help you can give,
Mary

Stephanie said...

Hi, Vicki. I have visited your site often but have yet to comment and am feeling a little guilty about that! I have found myself in this ridiculous creative slump lately and often times resort to this site for inspiration - and since I know how rewarding it is to know that people are reading and are taking the time to comment, I would like to give appreciation where it's due. :) You have an amazing eye for this craft. I have yet to find something you've done that I haven't loved. Bravo!

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