Monday, July 18, 2011

One Word

Hello, all! Today I wanted to share a few layouts that all have one word titles. I didn't plan it that way; it just happened that way. Sometimes one word is enough, I suppose.

Flower layout. This is my beautiful niece, Norah, when she was born. I think she looks so rosy in this photo and so I kept with a flowery theme. I created this for the Monochrome Challenge - Week 2 - Adobe with a twist of modeling clay or paste. The papers are from GCD Studios Spring in Bloom Collection. The flowers are Prima and I used a liberal amount of Stickles. The puffy stickers and Thickers are from my stash.

Flower Close Up.  I spread modeling paste over some glimmer screens then painted it all with Mountain Rose Alcohol Ink.

Graduate layout. This is my mother in her graduation gown. I was lucky to find this laser cut blue paper in one of those assortment packs that you can buy at some craft stores. I created this one for the Parts to the Whole Challenge and the Subject Challenge over at

Sleep layout. This is my son when he was a couple of months old. I created this page using Scraps of Darkness' July Marrakesh Express kit. I cut out the shapes from different papers, layered them and glued them down in this pattern. I made the pearl flourishes using liquid pearls and acetate. The flowers and mists are from the kit as well. I made this page for the Round Robin Challenge over at Scraps of Darkness and for the July Old Glory Colour Challenge with a twist of using red, white, and blue without a patriotic theme.

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  1. I agree, most of the time less Is More...short titles are great. Nice variety of pages, wonderful desing and color!

  2. Wonderful Layouts Celina! As always I am amazed at what you come up with! sorry it's been so long since I've visited! Love your new background btw! Hugs!