Thursday, April 22, 2010


Anyone up for a few more wedding layouts?? This layout came from a Creating Keepsakes magazine- not sure which issue. The patterned papers are, once again, from Parisian Summer DSP. The cut out flowers were stamped with Vintage Vogue stamp set and the title is an old stamp set called Word on Word. It says "Together. Two hearts to cherish, one life to share." I also added some Prima flowers and pearl centers (neither of which are sold by SU). And there are a few Latte designer buttons as well as black satin ribbon.
Do you see the slight impression in the top left corner? Well, I tried to use the Manhattan Flower embossing folder up there but since my 12x12 paper won't go through the Big Shot I just used a vase to roll. It didn't exactly work. I'm thinking of trying again with my rolling pin. We'll see. I may just stamp a Fifth Avenue Floral stamp there in Pink Pirouette so it is really subtle.

Aren't these photographs just beautiful?! These are all from my sister's photographer. They did a wonderful job! If you're from the Cincinnati area you may recognize Fountain Square in the background.
Finally, here is the layout from the actual cermony. It was a beautiful wedding. Can you believe how many pictures I fit on this layout? I am counting 11! That's not my record though. For the reception I actually fit something like 32 pictures on a 2-page spread... but they are just all fitted in like a puzzle with zero embellishments. I got so tired of doing wedding that that was my final hurrah!
For these two pages I used a Bravo Burgandy background and some coordinating wide grosgrain ribbon in a box bow on the left and a knot wrapped on the corner of a picture on the right. Added a couple of doves from the Two-Step bird punch too.
Thanks for stopping by again today! Today is my birthday so I plan to spend the day stamping, scrappin' and maybe even reading in the sunshine (if it warms up enough!). With the exception of a few loads on laundry, I'm not doing anything else (yeah right!)
Have a great day!


  1. Your Parisian Summer DSP layout is one of the prettiest wedding layouts I've seen.

  2. Omg, these are gorgeous wedding layouts! I absolutely LOVE the colors as well!

  3. oh, wow! gorgeous! love the colors, your layouts and yes-you did an ecxellent job fitting all those pictures on those pages. nice work and how special to make those pages with your sister there with you at the crop.

  4. I love how you've used your supplies for your pages. It makes me want to pull my Scrapbook goodies out. TFS.


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