Sunday, September 16, 2012

Always & Forever

Hope everyone had a good weekend!  I spent the day yesterday with my sister and had a blast!  Our day consisting of lunch and a little shopping.  I spent today working on a layout for the August Trend Challenge at Webster's Pages.  This has been on my to do list and I'm happy that I was able to complete it.
I used some papers from my stash from the Life's Potrait Collection and I even dusted off my Cricut and used it to cut out the phrases.  It's been ages since I've used my Cricut.

 My first attempt at masking using Martha Stewart's Texture paint and a gorgeous mask by Prima.


Lots of layering and fussy cutting!!

Well I'm off to clean up my scrap table!  It's a mess and I need to get working on a layout for my DT assignment for Artful Delight.  Hope to be back in a couple of days to share another layout with you.

Thanks for stopping by!
. . . Debbie

7 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is GORGEOUS Debbie!! I love love love love the colors, the texture, the hexagons and loveeeeeeeeee the title work!!!

Ali said...

Now, that's clever stuff!! How you manage to layer onto Webster's Pages and make it look so fantastic is beyond me :0) I have so many of their papers that get taken out, admired and then put away as I have no idea how to use them, LOL

Ashley Horton said...

WOW!! Debbie, this is stunning! Love the Webster's Pages and your first use of the texture paste turned out fabulous!! I love that you used black to cut your phrases...it looks so pretty against the soft pink!

Lynne said...

Debbie, your LO is just gorgeous!! Love the fussy cutting, and the masking...this really makes your phrases pop!!
Amazing isn't it, that we 'need' all of these tools, and then we just don't use them!! LOL I finally started using my Cricut again, I think it's been at least a year since I touched it.

Elisabeth said...

This is so very pretty! Love the colors and the cute little details. So very skillfully done.

Pat said...

Debbie love the masking you did! Beautiful LO & nice touch with the hexagons.

April said...

This is SO pretty Debbie!!