Sunday, April 8, 2007

Springtime Princess...



Happy Easter!! I thought I would share a scrap page that had springy colors on it. These are pictures of my younger daughter Sarah. She is a lot of fun! She is our peacemaker in the family. She has such a tender heart. We were trying to take pictures of the kids in the back yard for Grandma's yearly scrap pages and the kids had fun doing lots of poses.

These pages went together pretty easily. I started with two 12 x 12 sheets of whisper white cardstock. I then took two sheets of barely banana cardstock and cut curvy lines on them. I adhere the banana paper to some pixie pink paper and cut more curves in the pink. It was all quite random.... Then I took those layered pixie and banana papers and adhered them to the white page bases. I used blue gingam ribbon over the pixie and banana seams and then punched out a large quantity of daisies and circles in the pixie, white, banana, and celery cardstock. I put my pictures on coordinating cardstock layers and then adhered them to the page. I then filled in the seams with the daisies. I stamped SARAH with the old stencil alphabet on white carstock with black ink and cut it out and put it on the page. It is hard to see, but on the white middle section there are tiny pink flowers stamped. Just for a bit o' texture.

This is one of my favorite layouts of Sarah. I think it really captures her sweetness and her playfulness. Enjoy!

2 comments:

Brynn said...

So cute! WHat did you use to adhere the gingham?

Michelle said...

Great Layout!! And Sarah is so sweet and pretty in these pictures.