Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Southernmost Point - Key West

My pictures from our Key West trip went well with the layout sketch over at PK Glitz so I had to try it out. I also tried something new for me - that background is a little bit more on the wild side per my usual - by matching up with the marker in the pictures! So that I didn't cover up too much of the background, I used a transparency sheet embossed with the cuttlebug circles folder under my photos. My journaling square turned into a triangle that also matches the marker. It was a fun page to make...hope you enjoy!

Here's the sketch:



Here's my take:


DETAILS:
Paper - Solids (Martha Stewart, DCWV)
Stamps - Alphabet (Hampton Arts), Flower (Studio G), Ink (Colorbox), Embossing Powder (Stampendous), Journaling lines (Waltzingmouse Stamps)

3 comments:

jmarmon said...

The paper is a nice wild that complements the picture very nicely. It looks like a vacation page which it is.

rlo said...

hey laurie
i love your keywest spread. love how you use the southernmost point's column stripes as your background pp.

Tammy@ Not Just Paper and Glue said...

What a really fun page! Great use of the embossing powder :)