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05jan13 Sat Colour Challenge - Back lane in Ballarat

I LOVED Antiquity and now I LOVE 12th of Never... Jen is on fire!!!!

 

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JRE_12thOfNever_Flower9

JRE_12thOfNever_JIF6Plus_Paper2

JRE_Antiquity_Paper07

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JRE_Antiquity_Yesterday

JRE_Antiquity_border1

JRE_Antiquity_bow1

JRE_Antiquity_ruffle

JRE_Antiquity_stamp_frame


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Gorgeous Jode. I love the way you framed your beautiful photo and your treatment of it. I also really love the top and bottom borders you put together - how lovely and perfectly matching with the "grungy" yet pretty look of your pic. Your background blending is outsstanding - wonderful how the spots of color come through. This looks like a work of art and I think it truly is. Super layout.

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Nice! Some good framing ideas in there. I like how you made the pic fill up most of the LO and the products don't upstage it. I love old buildings, too. I was noticing how relatively clean the street (or back alley?) was, which is kind of unusual for most older areas of town. Thanks for sharing a great LO!

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You know how much I love urban landscapes, and this photo is outstanding. I like how the collections look with it, especially because of the photo effects you used. Great framing and textures. The touches of blue are lovely!

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This is wonderful, Jody!I love the vintage frames with this photo of the alley and it's painted sign. Those are so cool when you find them. The grungy look is just perfect here.

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Another wonderful layout! I love the grunge with the old buildings. I agree, Jen is on fire! Thanks for joining the challenge!

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Love the photo treatment - seamlessly fits into the page with all the lovely borders and beautiful blending.

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I LOVE this! The photo is fantastic with all the old buildings. Love how you used the papers and elements to carry on the antique looking theme here. Nice job.

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