Best Friends

This is my daughter Katie and our Springer Spaniel, Bullet. We've had him for 12 years now, and Katie has become his favorite these past years. For Way Cool Stuff - Digital Scrapbooking Product Review: Dynamic Brushes, which appeared in the February 24, 2011 Scrap Girls Newsletter. My techniques are explained in the article. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed reviewing the products!! Supplies used to make this layout:

 

Dynamic Brushes

Dynamic Brush Set: Baroque Borders 1 Biggie

Dynamic Brush Set: Bokeh 1501

Dynamic Brush Set: Drawing 5701

Dynamic Brush Set: Paper Piercing 8201

 

Other Supplies:

ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates: Just Strings

ScrapSimple Tools - Actions: Edge It PSE 5001

ScrapSimple Paper Templates: Off The Wall - Torn

Brush Set: Splotches

Brush Set: Patterned Fragments (the photo mask)

1 Scrap Girls Blessed Mega Collection (rick rack)

Textured Cardstock Mega Pack 1

Fit To Be Tied Embellishment

Scrap Girls Eternal Love Collection Mini and Brush Set (heart charm)

Ruby Collection Biggie (fabric flower)

Well Loved Collection Biggie ("Friends" word art)

Freestyle Stitches Embellishments


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Katie and Bullet do look like best friends in that wonderful photo, Elisha! I did read your article in the newsletter and I thought it was wonderful. I love your layout - love the simplicity of it that draws my eye right to the photo and the awesome embellishments you chose from the combined collections you used. Another Elisha Masterpiece! You rock, girl!

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Beautiful layout and great tutorial in the NL today. You're inspired me to play around more with the dynamic brushes I have.

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Thanks for the tut. I love the layout. I am not good with brushes, so I want to try this. Great photo.

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Really wonderful, Elisha! The tutorial was great and I read that several times and was inspired to add a brush to a LO I was working on. Fun photo, love the subtlety. Again, inspirational!

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A work of beautiful art. I love the earthy tones and how you have so many layers of things going on yet they blend seamlessly. Wonderful article in the newsletter!

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