I shared this project (and extra photos) on the D-Lish blog, right here. There are lots of D-Lish goodies on this layout, all available in the D-Lish store, right here.
Sunday, 30 July 2017
Sunday, 16 July 2017
My daughter's are both selfie queens. I'm kind of jealous because they take such good photos. So, if they offer to take one of us together, I always jump at the chance. I don't usually like photos of myself, but since losing weight, I'm kind of happy to let someone take my photo. And I love having photos of my daughter's and I. These are something I will always treasure because I never took enough when they were younger.
This layout "An Everyday Mother-Daughter Selfie" was created as part of my DT commitments for D-lish Scraps store. You can find more photos and all the details on the D-Lish Scraps blog, right here.
I wanted to keep the focus on the photo, so I kept my design simple. And I raided my stash for some vintage paper - this time it was Crate Paper.
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Sunday, 2 July 2017
Sometimes, it is not a photo or pretty papers that makes me want to create a layout, but a product. In this case, it was the Kaisercraft die that created my background for this layout. It had been sitting on my bench since I purchased it, waiting patiently to be "played" with. Now was the time!
This layout was created for my May 26th blog post over at D-Lish Scraps. It features lots of D-Lish goodies such as the wild roses, flairs, star flowers, small roses and journalling spots. Below you will find a few close p images of my project.
Aren't these butterflies just divine? They are from Kaisercraft's All That Glitters paper range.
This die has since become one of my favourites - you can expect to see a lot of it in future projects.
So how do you start your projects? With a photo? With papers? With a product? Or with something totally different? i'd love to know, so please feel free to share.
Thanks for stopping by and joining me, and here's to a great weekend filled with crafting goodness. Cheers and hugs, xxx