Wednesday, 4 June 2014

S365-6 Case File AND Page Drafts...

Hello again. I hope your hump day is going swimmingly for you :)  I've been working on 2 entries since the weekend. Firstly the lovely Em at Page Drafts has a wonderful sketch release this month. Check out these little beauties!

A bit hard to pick which to tackle, but I ended up choosing #31.2

Here is my take:

I added some "rain drops" to the flowers & leaves. I also wanted to reflect the Autumn colours, so I stamped some cardstock with my Stampin' Up! stamp set using the "rock & roll" method & several inks & then fussy cut them.

When we visited Westminster Abbey, we accidentally came across this lovely garden after following the cloisters for a while. Don't you just love when you happen upon something unexpected? There was a little fountain running in the middle of the pond & all was quiet & peaceful except for the sound of the trickling water....bliss :)

The next layout is for the S365-6 Case File over at CSI: Colour, Stories, Inspiration  Scrap365 is one of my fave magazines and with their collaboration with CSI, it's always fun to enter these challenges.

Some lovely colours to work with here. I haven't technically used a wedding theme, but I did create a layout about our wedding anniversary - close enough I say :)

I've used some Echo Park PP, Prima flowers, Scrapmatts words & Studio Calico wooden hearts. I used Gelly Roll pens from Scrapmatts to colour my title & hearts so in real life they actually sparkle. The lace & ribbon is from Craft Queen.

Thanks for calling in, enjoy the rest of your week.


  1. Two gorgeous pages Jo. A great take on Em's sketch. Especially like the leaves and stamping. The Scrap365 one is elegant and I wasn't surprised to read it was a convent :)

  2. both beautiful layouts. I agree sometimes the things you come upon by accident are just magic. You make such gorgeous flowers and the little drops of rain,perfect. Wow the building in the second layout is impressive !
    Mary x

  3. Gorgeous pages them both! I really love the second one...the colouring is so superb and I love the design. The punched edges are just fabulous!