Friday, March 2, 2012

One Red Rose & Ravioli: The Layout Version


Last week, I blogged about Valentine's Day (a bit belated, but better late than never, right?) and now I've committed the photo, and story, to paper. I used lots of Echo Park Yours Truly on here, with a bit of Jillibean Soup and Pretty Little Studios added for good measure. Does anyone remember who made the dotted black cardstock? Was it Bazzill? I've had it in my stash for ages and I was so happy to finally use it. Oh, and I also used the last of the antique keys I found when we cleaned out my Dad's apartment.
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8 comments:

  1. I love this and you mixed those lines together perfectly! I love that key also! Love Penny Scrap-aholic.blogspot.com

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  2. Loe all the great layers! Beautiful LO!

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  3. beautiful Lo and the keys **sigh*** love them. What a great find!!!

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  4. what an awesome layout-- love the layers of the echo park paper

    i have dotted swiss cardstock from bazzill and some from bo bunny

    thanks for visiting my blog today and leaving such a kind commetn. i would be honored if you stopped by again sometime or even signed up to follow and i would do the same! thanks mp

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  5. I love the mix of product and how you used the black dotted cardstock for your base.
    Matting the photo in black is just perfect!

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  6. So fun! Love how you turned it into a layout!

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  7. Wow, I just adore this! Great design and great use of this collection. The layering looks terrific. Love that you incorporated the antique key from your dad's house.

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  8. Love, love, love the composition of this layout! That photo just pops!

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