Thursday, March 17, 2011

Remember This Layout

Hello friends!
Here is what I have been working on this week. A layout featuring a photo of my Grandmother when she was younger.



I had so much fun with this! I loved this paper!
 It's called Hazel from the Stella and Rose collection by My Mind's Eye.
The Iron Gate design along the side is from a Sizzix die by Tim Holtz.





Velvet flowers and swirled jewels were by Prima.
The Vintage Button Card stamp is by Papertrey Ink.





Come back tomorrow for a tutorial on how I create dyed seam binding!

Happy St. Patrick's Day, Lindsey

8 comments:

A Vintage Chic said...

So beautiful, Lindsey! I so love family heritage layouts...so filled with love and meaning!

One of my favorite new paper lines! I just need to get mine out and use them! (I tend to hoard new, pretty things for a while!)

Wishing you both a wonderful night, dear friends!

Julie

Shirley said...

It is so pretty. I don't work with paper, but I do love looking at what you all make using it. Happy St. Patrick to you both. Have a great day. Your Missouri Friend

Cindy said...

Such a pretty layout. I love all the details. I did my heritage album a few years ago. I think it was one of my favorites. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

What a great idea!! My grandmothers were very important to me. Such a tome of lovliness! I am following you now from another blog.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Very beautiful! I just saw a post by a new blogger that made me think of the two of you! Check it out when you have time!
http://stacysweets.blogspot.com/2011/03/little-girls-princess-cake.html?showComment=1300368337516#c3560481617935492479

Tamera @ the Stone Fence Cottage said...

Gorgeous as usual!! I always learn such nifty ideas and discover new products that I MUST have from your work!!

Nan said...

I would love to see your tutorial I learn so much from you and thanks for always posting such great ideas then showing how to make them.

shawneegal said...

What a beautiful and meaningful page you created . I love it.