Other images in Scraplift Challenge

Fri 1-25 CSC Threes

Everywhere I went in Italy, I stared at the buildings. No one would ever guess I was a tourist! :lol: Of course, I snapped as many pictures as I could along the way. Here are three. Thanks for looking!

 

SNU_SSEMB_LiftedPost-Cluster2;

DEB_Gesso_Paper3_3;

KVE_TimeTraveler_Paper_Taupe and Paper_Slate;

BMU_GrandeDame_EMB_Flower-Rosy,Flower-Blue and Flower-Yellow; Emb_StapledTag, EMB_Bow-Green and Bow-Blue;

BMU_RibbonsToGo_Twist_Tan;

KSC_GatheredBeauty_DigiEmb1_TornTag and DigiEmb3_Postcard;

Font is Harrington.


  Report Image

Photo Information


8 Comments

Great page - Wonderful photos and I love the embellishment cluster. It's all so pretty. Thanks for taking part in the challenge!

Share this comment


Link to comment

Oh, gosh Diane - I've been missing those Italy layouts so I am happy to see this one. Super lovely photos - you really have so many gorgeous shots and I like your focus on window carvings in this one. I really like the way you framed them in the postal frames and I love the perfect background you chose. Your embellishement cluster is so beautiful too and I am as always vicariously enjoying your trip through Italy.

Share this comment


Link to comment

You and I would make great traveling companions! I have tons of photos of architectural details. I especially like doors and clocks (surprise!). These are great photos and a beautiful page. I like the one in black and white, and the simplicity to focus on the photos.

 

Share this comment


Link to comment

Oh, windows! I love windows and doors! Your photos are wonderful! In Turkey, the windows were just awesome and I miss seeing that so much. Architecture from so many years ago is fascinating, isn't it? Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful pictures! Fabulous layout!

Share this comment


Link to comment

This looks good and I like the postage stamp type frames you have used which helps tell the story they are places overseas.

Share this comment


Link to comment

I love your subtle use of desaturation here - you have adjusted your colours I think to tie them all in together that little bit better - and it works wonderfully... the soft coloured background with the blended compass ties in gorgeously with the subtle photos... I don't even need to comment on your cluster or sense of style... I love your attention to detail.

Share this comment


Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now