Hello, and happy Saturday! I hope this post finds you enjoying a beautiful weekend, with lots of wonderful things planned. I have a layout to share with you today that I put together with my Cottage Cutz dies from The Scrapping Cottage. I really do have photos to put on my pages, but most of them are in storage, so I just keep making pages and someday, it'll take while to get all the pictures where they belong. What a fun day that will be!! ;-)
As I said, I created this beach scene with my dies for the castle, posts and seagull, but the rest is strictly paper incorporating lots of tearing, and sponging. This time I used colored card stock to cut the die cuts out, because I couldn't get my Copic coloring to look as authentic as the kraft card stock does. I added a little twine around the posts for some texture and interest, and this page pretty much says it all. Life's A Beach!!!
Thanks for popping in today. It's always a pleasure to have you stop by, and go out and make it a great day with some happy stamping!
This LO is absolutley wonderful! I love the castle and you did an amazing job with the sand and water!
This is fabulous...I just love this page.
I love this its so beautiful...great job!
This is gorgeous!!! I love this beach LO!
Oh this is so pretty!! TFS!!
Lorie this is jaw-dropping gorgeous!!
Your technique is awesome. It looks like an oil painting!!! I would love to learn from you.
Lorie, that is a fantastic beach-scene.It´s a great page !
Ohhhhh wow, Im speechless at the sheer darlingness of your page! It looks very lifelike from teh coloring to the paper choices to the little twine around the poles - gorgeous! Can't wait to see what's behind door #1 for your PKS sneaky peek! x0x0
BEAUTIFUL...!! How I would love love love to be on that beach .. and shoot the seagull! HA HA.. the seagulls came and ate all of Adrianne's Doritos once at the beach and SHE WAS SO MAD! She cried for a LONG TIME! You had to be there.. it was hilarious! Love YA..BEAUTIFUL work as always!! Love, Kathy
this is so beautiful .love the seagull.
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