Thursday, April 11, 2013

Dreams Layout...

Hi everyone.  I was a scrapping fiend last weekend and wanted to share another layout that I finished up.  
This is one of Bre's senior Pictures...I love black and white photos and this one...well, when I saw it...I actually teared up.  My girl is so grown up.  This was one of my favorites from the shoot...I think the black and white just makes it stunning.  I used Teresa Collins Memories Collection.  LOVE LOVE LOVE this line.
Even though it is very colorful, I wanted a kind of monochromatic look to really highlight the picture. 
I think I was able to pull it off (even though I added a little tiny bit of that lovely Tiffany blue).
The little bit of blue just makes it pop...what do you think???


{Photo by Ashley Gussler)
 I thought the quote was perfect to convey what I was thinking.  What I wanted her to get.  
She is so focused for being so young. I was not NEARLY as focused or mature for that matter.
She amazes me.  
She has decided that she is going to go into the Graphic Design field and we found out last week she has been accepted in to Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida!  
It is a really good school that has a great reputation in that industry!  
So excited for the her possibilities! 
So excited to see her work towards her dreams and goals. 

 And...of course I had to get some butterflies in.  
The embellishments in this line are so fun.  
The clock brad, the doily chipboard, stacked with the blue damask chipboard...they really add dimension and sophistication I think. 

Thanks for taking time out of your day and stopping by.  I hope you were inspired to create something or just go out and make a fun memory!  Have a great day!

Supplies used: Teresa Collins Memories Calendar side B, Tags side B, Dots side  A & B, Words side A, Die cut sheet, Chipboard embellishments, Decorative Brads, Photo Corners, Die cut Borders, EK Success Butterfly Punch, Teresa Collins Mega Runner from Xyron, Ribbon-May Arts, Black Archival Ink-Ranger, Black Cardstock-Bazzill and stamp-not known. 

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