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Saturday, September 1, 2018

My More Than Words Challenge
September DT Reveal
"This Is You"


Hi there friends, thanks for stopping by.
Today I have my September DT reveal for More Than Words
MAIN September challenge. 

I also designed this, based on the challenge, but for some classes I taught last weekend
for The Vintage Chicks Club in Brisbane, Australia.
 (for our overseas friends that may not know where that is).
This is the challenge....
#1. To use the word SUNSHINE or be inspired by it.
#2. Use yellow.

Too easy.
I have taken my inspiration from the word SUNSHINE. I have used this photo
of my granddaughter Mia, she truly is the "sunshine of our lives".

As for the colour yellow, I love yellow, so that was easy done.


I have used this little title "This is You" by 2Crafty Chipboard.
 

I have done a mixed media background with lots of 
heat embossing & Lindys Stamp Gang sprays.
I was really happy how that turned out.
 

Lots of gorgeous laser cuts from 49and Market  as well as
all these green flowers  I stamped, heat embossed & coloured
 with Lindys spray before fussy cutting them all out.


I naturally had to add some flowers of course along with more laser cuts. :)
 

 Well there we have it, another layout finished.
I hope I have inspired you to perhaps join in this months challenge over at
More Than Words challenge & as always, we have eight great prizes up for grabs.

Until next time.






9 comments:

  1. Oh this is oh so beautiful, just love the bright, vibrant colour! LOVE xx

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    2. Thanks Tania, for your always kind comments. I truly appreciate it. xo

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  2. Gorgeous, this brings a smile to my face, so happy and vibrant!

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    1. Thanks for visiting today Lizzy and so glad you like my layout too. I adore this photo of my granddaughter, she is just beaming from within. Warms my heart. 💛💛💛

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  3. The sepia tone of your (beautiful) photo is so effective against the bright colours of your layout Di., and I love the side border. xx

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    1. Thanks so much for your kind words Bev, and yes I too love the photo in that pale sepia too, just gives my layout a point of difference I think. Thanks again. xo

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  4. So glad I had the pleasure of doing this class with you Di. Just loved it love learning new techniques.

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    1. Thanks for your kind words Valjene. Always good to hear that you enjoyed my class too. xo

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