January 25, 2011


I used Basic Grey the Curio line on my heritage page.
I layered the paper and cut the Scalloped piece with the Cricket. The setting I used was fit to page. It cut it 12 x 12. I like to ink all my edges it makes them look antiqued. I cut the paper flower out of the Tim Holtz Paper Rosette, it is Sizzix cartridge.
The large rose and butterfly are die cuts that match the paper. Its a fun line, it went great with the picture of my grandfather and his siblings.
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AngMomof3 said...

Leah, you did a really lovely job on this layout! It is a perfect line for vintage photos. I love the numbers being matted w/ black. They really stand out that way. Can't wait to see more of your stuff!

Deb Felsted said...

That is so totally awesome!! I adore it. You mastered competing patterned paper with a variety of embelishments and you didn't overwhelm the photo or overtax the lay out. It is visual poetry!

Karen said...

Absolutely beautiful! I just love it. Everywhere you look there is a little detail that makes this layout so amazing!

Leah said...

So beautiful. So many details. I love old photos. I especially love the table you took the photo on.