Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Family Love

Liz Qualman has a fabulous sketch again this week, so I knew I needed to take time to play along.   They are always so fun, and they also leave so much room for interpretation.


I had a picture of my Grandma sitting on my desk that I have been wanting to scrap for sometime.  I so loved my  Grandma.  I am so thankful for the time I spent with her and all the things I learned from her.  I credit her to this day for being the one that taught me how to make a meal when there is seemingly nothing in the refrigerator - and how to do it quickly.

This paper will be in the new Spring/Summer Idea Book, and it is called Florentine.  The large flower on the bottom left was cut from a sheet of the paper.  Wait till you see it - it would be easy paper to hoard!  We've got some new wooden shapes in the new book that are absolutely wonderful to play with.  Just 8 days till the new Idea Book goes live!  If you don't have your book yet, just click on the paypal link at the top left of the page.  I will ship it to you with a coupon with your next purchase.  I will also make sure that you have it in your hands by the 1st!

I put a * next to the new items, but all other product can be found on my website:
X7153B Florentine*
X7153C Florentine Stickease*
D1506 Family Love Stamp Set*
Z1718 Color-Ready Wooden Shapes*
Z1732 Color-Ready Seam Binding*
Z2167 Creme Brulee Ink
Z2114 Cocoa Ink
Z2160 Twilight Ink
Z1360 Rhinestone Designer Brads
Z1336 Pearl Opaque Gems
Z1685 Banner Dimensional Elements
Z1682 Notable Alpha Dimensional Elements

6 comments:

Lynn said...

Beautiful! I love th yellow/blue combo. so many pretty elements in this layout. Love it.

Liz said...

Brenda - this is so soft and lovely. Your interpretation is beautiful! TFS. Hugs - Liz

CraftyGirl said...

Your LO is lovely! The colors you used look fabulous together! Wow!

barb :)

bakscrap said...

Beautiful Brenda. I still miss my Grandma, and she has been gone for 35 years.

Karen Pedersen said...

GORGEOUS! I love the papers, the sketch and how you interpreted it, and I especially love that you are honoring your grandmother through scrapbooking. That's what it's all about!

Lynn said...

Can't wait to see the new IDEA book!