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Saturday Color Challenge, 10/13/12

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For Saturday’s color challenge, this is a scrap with the color yellow. The photo is of my three grandkids looking at a basket of Nasturtiums. They were looking for bees that had been buzzing around the flowers. They are a curious bunch, and so very different from each other. One is adventurous, one is studious, and one is quiet. I am so lucky to have them in my life.

 

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Background fill of yellow

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Embellishments:

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SG_Refresh_Embelli2_Digital.png (Green tag)

 

Scanned:

My photo of a white daisy, extracted.

A bee sticker, extracted


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15 Comments

I absolutely LOVE this! Those swirls make a wonderful frame for the centerpiece photo, which is delightful. Great take on the challenge. Oh! And your daisy extraction is masterful!

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That is a great picture of the grandchildren, such a special moment to capture them all together. Really like the layout

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Your fabulous photo looks great in that frame and your grands are so adorable! The background paper is perfect and I love the overlay (or brush work not sure). YOur daisy came out beautifully, great job on scanning!

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Precious photo! I like the way you framed and lifted it! I like the scroll/brush work in the corners too! Well done! Thank you for joining the challenge!

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love, love, love this! The scroll work is a great way to frame the photo. The way you lifted the photo is very cool. and what can I say, the subjects of your photo are Adorable!

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Simply love that photo. How great to get the shot from that angle so that you have the nasturtiums and their lovely expressions all together. Yellow was the right colour for your LO.

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Oh, what a wonderful page and lovely photo. Yellow goes so well with your pic and I really like your page.

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