Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Timeless - Artful Delight February Reveal

Artful Delight's February kit is gorgeous!  It's packed with Graphic 45's Once Upon A Springtime collection!  I must say this collection is beautiful!  Just love the soft pastel colors!!
I loved working with these papers and did a lot of fussy cutting!
To accent the white American Craft Thickers in the kit, I added some peach pastel inks.
The only extra I added to my layout is the clock which I stamped and cut out.
My layout is based on the new sketch challenge at Artful Delight.  The winner of the February sketch challenge will win the March kit along with a guest DT spot for the month March!
If you haven't ordered this kit yet, head on over to Artful Delight and get one before they sell out! 
We are expecting another round of bad weather here.  Snow, ice and freezing rain are in the forecast.  I don't want a repeat of last week and will keep my fingers crossed that the power stays on!
Thanks for stopping by!

19 comments:

CraftyGirl said...

Stunning LO Debbie!Your fussy cutting is so perfect and your details amaze me! And look at you with your stamps! You are becoming a real pro! I really wish I wasn't on this spending ban right now... I would love to order the kit!!
Barb :)

debbiebakk said...

This is beautiful-love how your photo looks like it is in a picture frame- and you did do alot of fussy cutting but looks wonderful love the colors

Audrey Frelx said...

OMG, Debbie!!! This layout is so fabulously beautiful!!!

April said...

Debbie this is absolutely stunning!!!
- April

Jocelyn said...

So pretty...I love these colors!!!!! That fussy cutting is Fabulous!!!

Wishing you a great day sweet friend!!!

Beatriz Farquhar-Guzman said...

Gorgeous page and the colors are beautiful too. You did a FABULOUS job AGAIN!!!!

artfuldelight said...

Beautiful LO! You sure did rock the February kit and I love how you added the color to the Thickers. :-)

ruth said...

Gorgeous as always!!! Your pages often have a romantic feel to them....I love that!

Lea said...

This is gorgeous and such a beautiful photo! Just love it!!!

Tammy E. said...

The postcard and the book image give this beautiful layout that vintage feel. Awesome, as always.

aussiescrapper said...

Wowsers, this is just stunning Deb, I love how you have the older sepia photos and you rock the shabby chic style, the cut out stamps are amazing (must do that myself) thanks for the prompt of thought here.

Yeh thanks re: the cyclone, I just had a look at the weather site and they are just copping it, shelters are full and they have said evacuation time is over just get into the smallest room in the house and bunk down, wow, what devastation they will endure, makes the flood damage seem so small compared to this. Hope all will be okay. Love to you, thanks for the advice re: Nate, yeh he can drive me to distraction....YKWIM but each day I count my blessings. Melxx

Nanne said...

Beautiful as always Deb.. I have this paper collection and I cant' wait to put it to use.. You are such an inspiration :)
Hugs
Nanné

Fern said...

Debbie, you've created another piece of art!!! Love how you used the Graphic 45 papers and your fussy cutting is amazing!! Stay warm and healthy!!! Hugs!!!

Leah (*BeeCherryLady*) said...

Nicely said Fern!
The hand cutting of the flowers to keep with the piece..like the flowers are growing out of it...its really breath taking!
Really such a fabulous project Debbie!!!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loveeeeeeeeeeee this LO!! WOW WOW WOW WOW!!! Absolutely STUNNING Debbie! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Cindy Gay said...

This is gorgeous. Who's in the picture?

BabyBokChoy said...

Hello gorgeous!!! That layout is stunning!!! I loved that line by G45. Got some at CHA and I can't wait to dig in. Thanks for the inspo!!! xoxo!!!

Denise said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous page. I think this is G45 best line ever. Your vintage photo looks perfect with it.

Maria Elena said...

Great LO... what sweet details !

Thanks for sharing with us
Have a great Thursday ;-)
Maria Elena
http://mariaelenaworld.blogspot.com/