Sunday, August 1, 2010

Waves

is the title of my latest LO. DD, my mother and I took a great boat trip on the lake. What a fun day it was!
When I created the LO, I had a bit of trouble to find a matching paper for the journaling. So I just printed it out and got to work with the chalks. This way it matches perfectly but still was not too busy with the writing. I used the same technique with the foam letters. They were white but it just did not work. A bit of chalk and a black pen solved this dilemma.



Here is a close up of the title.


And here of the journaling.



I have not used my chalks for a long time but this was the perfect situation to use them.
The papers and embellies are all from imaginisce splash dance collection.

Thanks so much for looking!
All the best,
Elisabeth

9 comments:

  1. This is really cute!! I like the paper you chose. I have been debating getting some of this line as well!!

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  2. ah,how very nice!I love it!!!I made a LO with this paper as well,it works so nice!!!

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  3. So Sweet! Love the LO! I love using chalks, so easy to change until you get the perfect results.
    Hugs & Blessings
    Bernie

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  4. What a clever idea with the chalks and it looks just perfect with your LO!!!

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  5. Awww those pictures are priceless!!!Adorable!

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  6. Elisabeth -Wonderful work! I love love love the colors & that great photo!
    I also want to thank you for the sweet kind words you left on my blog regarding my mom! Scrappers are the best buddies! Your thoughts really mean alot! thanks again! :)

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  7. So cute Elisabeth! Love that line, and it is just perfect for your pics!!

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  8. LOVE what you did with the chalk! Genius! Thanks for all the super encouraging comments you've left on my blog, lately. They, always, make me smile!

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  9. Darling layout with Splash Dance papers....always love to see what creative people can do with a fun collection like this one. Great job!

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