Thursday, April 18, 2013

Is It Too Late For An Easter Layout?

I certainly hope not. 

I have missed everyone here on D's Paper Studio.  Quick Note:  the surgery went well.  I'm still recovering so I'm slow back to the blog.  It is too early yet to see if it was 100% successful. 

I created this layout right before surgery last Thursday.  It is simple, but considering what I was fighting through I think it is adorable.  It is loosely based on a sketch that I can's seem to find right now.  I will update with a link later.

 This is my granddaughter Ali.  She has a smile that would light up the biggest room.  She is now 7 months old and a chatterbox!

Ingredients:  My Minds Eye paper; Prima butterfly and flowers; Go West acrylic tags; Karen Foster Easter brads; film strip


When I first begun scrapbooking I lived by Scrapbook Etc. magazine.  They had a lesson on using "real" photo negatives.  I went through all my packages of photos and pulled out those end or beginning pieces that never had a photo on them but you always seem to have.  I have kept them all these years and decided to pull one out to use on this layout.  I added a title banner that I sewed around the edges. 

Simple layout but fun.

Thanks everyone for hanging out and waiting for my blog to come back to life.  I hope to work hard this weekend crafting my heart out.

Thanks to Christina for her blog post last Friday and her awesome giveaway.  Here is the winner if you haven't see this yet.
Christina Freeburn said...
Thanks for having me, Debby. And, thank you to all the comments for welcoming me. The winner of the ARC of Cropped Death is debb. I'll be emailing you for your mailing info.  --Christina Freeburn scrapthismysteries@gmail.com

Have a Crafty Day!


6 comments:

Jean said...

This is another cute layout!! My kids are too old for bunny pics but I remember those times well! Hope you are feeling better!

Lynn Murphy said...

Hope you get better soon. The page is adorable and its never to late. I' have one on my desk for Easter. And several to go.

Connie Mercer said...

This is darling Debby~glad you are doing better!!! We need to visit:):):) {{hugs}}

Mary Pat Siehl said...

glad you are feeling better and back to scrapping and blogging

Suzanne B. Webb said...

Glad you are feeling better! Cute layout, loving the circles lined up on the side :)

debb said...

Speedy recovery! Thank you for Having Christina guest host! I look forward to reading her book!

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