Friday, March 19, 2010

My2Angels Easter Layouts

Tracy has just uploaded some brilliant Easter layouts onto the My2Angels blog.
Not too sure about mine though. I wanted to do a 6x12 layout for a change and now I'm not too sure if I like it.....lol.
Oh well that's nothing new!

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LYB Love Letters - Love Ledger / Black Damask
Black with White Hearts Satin Ribbon (reverse side)
Kaiser Clear Stamps - Journal Boxes
Scrapware Chipboard Clouds
Jenni Bowlin Studio Chalkboard Alpha Black
StazOn Ink Pad - Jet Black
12mm double sided acid free tape
Foam Mounting Tape


Bazzill
Kaiser Paint
Gesso
Ric-rac
Machine Stitching
Journaling Pen

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If you need a kick start for some ideas on Easter layouts you should check out the blog.
There will be some other Easter projects uploaded real soon as well :)


9 comments:

amanda73 said...

i love it tracey, you wouldnt know how to do a bad LO if you tried... i always struggle with easter LOs, off to check the blog

Bec said...

Oh I love it Tracey!!
You might be unsure because it's different to what you do. But I love it!!
The first time I did that size I wasn't sure either.
Do some more and you will love them!!
(I think) ;o)

lexie said...

I think it's a gorgeous LO...I haven't done a 6x12 for ages....in fact I have scrapped very little of late

Mandy said...

its very cute and quirky...i have never done one this size...lol...xxx

Kim said...

well i like it havent been brave enough to try that size yet...lovin your title too

aussiescrapper said...

I agree with Amanda, I cannot imagine you doing a bad layout, this is such an unusual size, but I love the clouds, the title and the distressing, not to mention a great photo. Love Melxxx

Wendy said...

It's different but really lovely Tracey! and you've used my fav clouds too! Great photo!! :)

Frances said...

I love it too! Really like the clouds and distressing...it's perfect!

Corrina said...

Great LO..I love the different focus the narrow size gives to the photo...great use of embellishment - perfect balance to keep the LO looking perfecto! C x