Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Sisters




Amanda and Jaime, my stepdaughters, are not just sisters but great friends.  I loved this photo from Amanda's wedding.

One of the challenges I've had for these wedding pages is finding papers with the royal blue color from the wedding.  For the page, I used this paper from the Little Yellow Bicycle Saturdays collection.  Most of the papers are 'blue jean' themed - a good color but not right for weddings.  This one has flowers on both sides.  Here is a corner of it as it comes from the manufacturer.


It was a little plain, so I colored in some of the flowers and leaves with Stampin' Up! markers to match the wedding colors.



The blue paper for the die cut letters is some very old vellum.  I bet I've had that stuff over 10 years!  Anyway, it was the perfect color.

Thanks for visiting today!

Ingredients:  Pick a Posy/Meet me in the Meadow by Little Yellow Bicycle
Markers from Stampin' Up!
Storybook cartridge from Cricut

10 comments:

  1. great coloring here - so beautiful!

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  2. I love how you colored in the flowers!
    Gorgeous!!
    And great photo :)

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  3. Simple, but great layout. Also a great idea to color the flowers on the paper!

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  4. I can see why this picture is special to you. The girls look beautiful! And I really like the feminine, romantic look to the layout and the paper. It's a knock-out page!

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  5. Very nice feminine layout!

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  6. Great coloring, until I read your post I thought that was how the paper came. Very nice layout

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  7. What a wonderful photo and a stunning page!

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  8. This is such a beautiful page!

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  9. beautiful layout Lisa-love the coloring you did on the flowers-beautiful photo as well

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  10. Its a beautiful page for a beautiful bride. Both girls look gorgeous. And I love that you colored in some of the flowers to get the exact colors you needed.

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