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Saturday Color Challenge Jun 30


Saturday Color Challenge Jun 30

I used Brandy Murray’s 12x12 Journalers digital layout template. The background paper is from her Shabby Bakery Collection. The inner paper and brad are from her Shabby Blanc Collection. The clock face word art and accent paper are from Kerry’s Time Traveler Collection. I used her Intaglio Styles on the text and the swirls. I used Sarah’s Basic Shadows Styles on the embellishments. The journaling font is Myriad Pro, and his name is in Certificate Script.



    This is lovely, Gayle - I like the color palette you've chosen - I have so many photos in the same type paper frames (or mats) as the one you've scrapped - have never known quite what colors to use to scrap them until now! You did a wonderful job scrapping this one - I love the swirl and the clock is the perfect touch!
    What a beautiful page! I love the heritage look, and this is so richly done. I love the swirls, the clock, and the shaped journaling. Your Dad looks handsome and proud (and young!)
    That's a wonderful photo, I love the swirls and the colours work really well with the photo.
    He certainly was a handsome young man. I love the swirl and the way you journaled this page. Lovely layout.
    What an incredible photo, fantastic quality and he is so young and handsome. I love how you incorporated the journaling and clock. The swirls bordering the journaling and bottom corner are great.
    I love the colors you have chosen here! Beautiful layout! Love the journaling, too!
    Very nice swirl and journalist are. He is a handsome fella.
    Gayle, you did a wonderful job on this layout. I love the journaling and the way all the elements go so well with the subject.

    Karen
    I like the very traditional style you've used. It's perfect for this formal photo of your very young father.
    What an amazing photo to have... sad to think he worked so hard to follow his dream and it was cut short by the War. I know family commitments would have prevented him returning to his studies, which I am sure he never regretted, but still a shame to lose that dream. You scrapped this beautifully, it is possibly my favourite of yours! I love the gold with those neutral colours and the way you chose to lay this out... wonderful template choice and the clock certainly gives that feeling of time passing as well as being remembered... Love the direction you took this page in rather than a 'standard' high school page. Beautiful artistic page!