Hi Everyone! It's Becca with my second Jubilee Workshop of the Go post for DrPhilScraps.com.
I pulled the woodgrain paper from Timberline and cut it with the smaller overlay from p. 50 of the Artbooking cartridge sized to approximately 4.25 x 2.5". I then backed it with the Honey colored paper from Jubilee. The flower and leaves are stamps from the Jubilee WOTG inked in Cranberry, Indian Corn Blue, and Topiary. I fussy cut them to create my layers and topped the flower with a button which is included in the WOTG.
Frankly, Jubilee wasn't my favorite WOTG in the catalog, but the more I work with it the more I am loving both the paper and the stamps. Goes to show that it's sometimes good to stretch yourself beyond your first impressions.
Until next time,
Good job! i know what you mean about papers. I like the jubilee, but couldn't stand the Ivy Lane because purple is my least favorite color. I ended up loving the projects from the card kit and a DLO I did with the writing and green duo pages. They turned out to be a perfect color match for my photos. I guess this is more one sided chat than an atta' girl - but oh well!ReplyDelete
I love on-sided chats! I do them all the time, Dawn. Hee, hee. It's good for us to stretch ourselves and use techniques, papers, etc. which our outside of our comfort zone. I discovered I wasn't a frou-frou kind of girl by trying clean and simples styles that way. :)Delete
LOVE that cute little pie accent!!!ReplyDelete