Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Hey Girl.

I'm back after a rather long scrappy absence, my mojo decided to return and I have been quite productive over the last few days getting DT work done. Not only work, I managed some play time too and created a page for the April sketch challenge over at Scrapology.
Here is the sketch which was based on a fabulous page by Steph Devlin, which you can see on the Scrapology Blog Here.
Here is my page based on the sketch and I really enjoyed fussy cutting all the October Afternoon flowers out.
The photo is of my middle daughter all dressed up for a night on the town (with parents of course!).
I know there is no bunting on the sketch but when I was making up the page kit I couldn't resist adding the sheet with these ones on to cut out and add to my design!
This circle was originally a 3x4 PL card that I cut up and mounted on top of a doily. The remaining piece of of the card had a blue backing so  I made it into the banner under the photo (waste not!).
I found this saying today and thought it appropriate for a page that has no real story to tell.
Lots of lovely Mother of Pearl sequins to add a bit of subtle interest and I was done!
The deadline for this challenge is the 5th of May so still time to play along. All the details and DT inspiration can be found on the Scrapology Blog HERE.
Thanks for stopping by today. 


  1. GORGEOUS layout!!! Beautiful picture and I just LOVE you product choices!!! WOW!!

  2. That's a lovely cheerful page Kerry and I love the quote you added.

  3. Very cute! Love the die cuts...

  4. This is a very pretty page, I love your version of our challenge layout. Thank you for taking part and good luck.
    Lynn x

  5. Oh I adore this layout! So glad your mojo has returned! Fabulous job!

  6. Really like what you have done with the sketch, and love your sequins, they really are a pretty element. Might give that a try myself.
    Thanks for taking part in the Scrapology challenge xx

  7. Lovely page. Your fussy cutting is beautiful and makes for an awesome page.

  8. Your daughter is gorgeous! You did this sketch justice! I am impressed with your fussy cutting. I love the quote - perfect for your layout!