Friday, December 23, 2022

Yesteryears using Celebr8 Just For You by Kerryn Fry

Hi everyone!
Today I'm sharing another page created 
with the collection Celebr8 Just for You.
Thought I would try a vintage look 
with this range and I'm happy with the result.

The photo was taken in the early 1920's,
a family snap of the maternal ancestors of my family.
The two ladies on the left side are my 
Grandmother and Great-Grandmother.

I've used the black spot patterned 
paper as the base for this page.
Then I have layered patterned papers
with torn edges on the top.

The hexagon pieces have been hand cut
from one of the patterned papers, along with a tag.
This pieces have been tucked under the torn layers.

The tab was also hand cut
from one of the patterned papers.
I've used foam tape to lift each element.

On each side of the photo I have added
hand cut embellishments with foam tape.
I've added some of the remaining hexagons
left over from the previous layout.

Love the simplicity of the oranges, blossoms
and the leaves to frame the photo.
The photo has been layered on a black
patterned paper and then another layer of 
the lighter orange patterned paper.

The photo has been lifted with foam tape
and I have added a border strip under the photo.
The strip is a barcode strip hand cut 
from the patterned papers

covered with patterned paper and
then backed with lighter paper.
I will use this as a journal spot
for the page to add some heritage details.

I've added some extra detail to certain
elements on the page with a gold gel pen.
I have outlined some of the hexagons,
outlined the tag and added some details to
the smaller hexagons pieces. 

covered with gold ink and added to the
base of the photo. 

Thank you for visiting the blog today.
I hope you have been inspired by the page.
This collection is just amazing, I am loving it!

Have a great Christmas weekend
and hopefully, once the crazy time is over
you get a chance to relax and craft.

Please join us again on Monday
for Fiona's next project.

Products used:
Gold Ink
Gold Pen


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