Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Greatest Love





This is a layout about me and my daughter, Chloe. It's a photograph taken from a fun angle.
The inspiration for the title of this layout is simply a mother's love to her child which is the "greatest love".

The picture of that beautiful butterfly had actually inspired me to create this page. I want to create a page that is full of butterflies and love/hearts! To add some details, I've used some sequins and some rhinestones on the page.

This is a rather simple page but I love the fun of doodlings and stamping here.

7 comments:

Tracey said...

Wow - I love the way you took inspiration from the butterfly, the doodling is amazing and I love the touch of sequins and bling TFS :)

Megan said...

have just discoverd you page - it is amazing you are totally the most tallented scrapper i have ever seen. Everything is so beautiful and the attention to detail is incredible. you have totally inspired me to be more adventurous!

Anonymous said...

It's always so inspireing to see your new work. There are so many wonderful details to discover all the time. I love the way you combine the doodling and stamping! Thanks for all the inspiration you give!

Rodrigo said...

Oi, achei teu blog pelo google tá bem interessante gostei desse post. Quando der dá uma passada pelo meu blog, é sobre camisetas personalizadas, mostra passo a passo como criar uma camiseta personalizada bem maneira. Até mais.

Anonymous said...

Simply beautiful and inspiring! You help create the need for the rest of us scrappers to work outside the box and become adventurous with our own techniqes. The butterflies add so much. The bling in every page is just enough but doesn't overwhelm the pictures.The stamping and blending is exsquisite! You have inspired me to create some new papers. Thank you for sharing such wonderful work! Let me know when you have your own line of papers-some day you will!! Elizabeth

Heather in WA state said...

I was wondering how you did the white butterflies up on the left hand corner of the page? Did you buy those or did you make those? Just curious since you make so many of your own designs, I'd love to know how you did it if you did make them yourself.
Thanks,
Heather

scrapperlicious said...

Hi Heather,
Actually those small butterflies are punched outs using pattern papers and a hand punch with a butterfly design on it.

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