Sunday, 20 July 2014

Loves the sea

 


















We have another great blog hop this week beginning
with Jo's project that can be found here: Imagine If
If you have come from Beths Blog your in the right place

This week I decided to do a masculine layout
I am loving the new Kaiser papers, im into the
old ruffed up look and these save me doing that.

 
 I cut the top of an Imagine if clock key,
then cut the in half again, to give me a half
for the top and half for the opposite side
at the bottom. Then I inked them black

 
This is a little closer so you can see the gorgeous
viney swirl up the left hand side of the photo,
I just love these, they are great for filling gaps
and for adding a touch of softness.
I then cut a photo strip up so I had two windows
an put the other photos in them .
















 
And lastly comes all the little bits and
bobs that help give it a story and make
it look great :)

Giveaway this week is

 two new chipboard clock cutouts and a set of keys

From here you go to Brendas Blog in joy :) and good luck

in the draw  .

The winner of the stencils from last week is Brenda McKay, congratulations, they are
lots of fun to play with .



a Rafflecopter giveaway

10 comments:

Cherie said...

Hey Carol
Looks great. Great use of the swirl. x

Brenda Morgan said...

very 'handsome' male page, the shells make a fab embellishment

silvergran said...

Nice one! Like the embellishments, and pictures in the frames!

Glennis Brown said...

Love the page. You could use this page for anybody not just a masculine one

Eileen Hildreth said...

love the use of the swirl and the 'little extras" great way to incorporate more photos with the film stip :)

Anonymous said...

I love what you have done with this page. Also how you have put the compass on the half clock, makes it look like a big compass! Well done.

Tricia Collins

Marilyn Gunn said...

Love it

nylizbet said...

I love this page Carol

DEBBIE WYATT said...

Omg well love the ideas and the colour really really great

Brenda said...

Love this LO Carol well done....