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June 02, 2012

All in White: Penny

This challenge was indeed a challenge! I had never tried to make an all white layout before, and this one put me to the test! I took this photo of my granddaughter Madison quite some time ago, just waiting on the right layout to use it on, and it seemed to fit perfectly with this theme. I ended up making almost all of my embellishments for this challenge just because most of the "all white" embellishments that I had, ended up having some other colors on them even if they were just in small amounts. For the flowers I used mainly McGill punches, Versa Mark ink, and glitter, with an assortment of brads and sequins, to hold them in place. To give this layout added texture I used mulberry paper, and various edged scissors on an assortment of paper strips. The bows on this layout were pre-made.
The dress I free hand drew, and then I pleated torn paper to give it a ruffled effect, then I added the lace, and sequins. I also added a piece of vellum which I had stamped images on, with white ink.

I wasn't prepared for the hardest part of this challenge however and that was in taking the photo of an all white page! After several failed attempts I finally had to take it outside to get a decent shot and even then the name portion of this layout, which I used bling on, didn't quite show up as well as I'd wished it would have. Good luck on your own "white" layout, I think I may try another one soon. Happy Scrapping! Love Penny

Supplies:
Flower punches - McGill
Ink - Versa Mark, and Studio G
Glitter - Studio G
Sequins - Unknown, flea market find
Brads - Recollections, and assorted.
Scissors - Fiskars
Wilton - bows, and leaves.
Small scraps of assorted lace.
Mulberry paper
Title - I'll have to research this a bit, I think it's from Mambi however.
Vellum - Unknown
Stamps - Still looking for MFG. name on these.









7 comments:

  1. Cute little dress! Awesome job!

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  2. Wonderful layout and great paper dress!!

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  3. Wow...that hand-pieced dress is amazing! Beautiful page!

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  5. Well I think it turned out great! I especially like the pleated skirt on the dress. I'm going to have to give that a try.

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  6. This is so elegant and lovely, it looks great here, so in person, it must be drop dead gorgeous!

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  7. Love the beautiful dress! I think monochromatic layouts are so elegant.

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