Friday, May 3, 2013

A Page For Meg's Garden.


This is a page I made for Meg's Garden a few weeks ago using all her beautiful papers, and in particular this one called; "The Rose Garden Collection - Pale Blue Roses". I found it was perfect for using with other mixed media...gesso, inks and texture paste.


Other papers used from Meg's Garden are:
"Ode To A Summer's Day Collection - Summer beauty"
Elements Collection - "Old World Time" and "Old Writing"
Vintage Ornate Tags Sheet
Transparency Sheet - "Butterflies"


Also used Melissa Francis Vintage Embellishments, Prima Resist Canvas, Crafters Workshop Mask, Prima Clear Stamp.



If you would like to see this range of paper from Meg's Garden and all her other beautiful scrapbook and card making supplies, visit her online store HERE.
Thanks for dropping by today. May your weekend be full of fun and colour.

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10 comments:

  1. Fantastic colour combo, love how you used these papers Gayle, and adding your beautiful touches :) have a great weekend :)

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  2. Such a sweet page, love the arty background and cute photo.

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  3. This is absolutely stunning, the back ground is dreamy and love the focus on the photo.. really beautiful layout!

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  4. Hello my friend. Your page looks amazing. You know I just love how you layer up all those yummy embelli's.. Always enjoy seeing your creations my friend.

    Hugs~

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  5. Love it Gayle!!! Your LOs are always so original!!!

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  6. Yummy background work Gayle.

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  7. Beautiful layout! I love it!!! This looks so original - love the fresh vibe! I haven't even touched these papers yet... oops! :)

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  8. Oh wow Gayle. This is just beautiful!! I love the prints of the MG papers....GREAT job!!

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  9. Have to admit I had a moment seeing the new collection but oh boy have you shown your masterful creativity again! I say WOW! beeeautiful detailwork!! xoxoxo

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