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Mon 7-15 Water Challenge and HNC 7-10 Embellishments

I decided to use one of my photos of the Seine -- It's not the sea side, but it's still water, right? In case you are curious, I got the background paper this color by changing the original to black and white, increasing its contrast, using an Invert filter, then colorizing it sepia. I had a lot of fun with it, especially using the embellishments. TFL!

 

KSC GatheredBeauty;

CRO SpringWhimsy Border2;

JZI UponAWatercolorSea string2 and flower 1;

COL DynBrush _ChainNecklaces with MRE_SS Tools Styles_Metal5001;


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The background looks great and perfect with your lace border. Neat cluster, too and a great photo. The whole page has a nice vintage feel to it.

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Wow, Diane this is stunning! I love what you did with your BG and thanks for explaining how - it's amazing! Your photo is exquisite, your cluster gorgeous and your title and background and strips so elegant. Lovely, lovely page. :)

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So pretty. The symmetrical layout and the style of the trims make for such a formal, elegant look -- perfect for what I imagine as Paris

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Wow, amazing layout. I love what you did with the background paper and the border to the photo is wonderful. Oh and I love the photo too.

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Thanks for explaining how you did it. The photo is really wonderful. I love the borders and the cluster.

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Don't you just love the invert function?? It is such a handy quick trick... maybe one of us should write about it?? I vote you hee hee. No seriously, this is gorgeous, the embellishments and whole styling to the page just reinforce the elegance and style of Paris whilst the fruit etc gives the feel of art in the Louvre meets the country style women whom you do actually SEE in Paris! Love the B&W photo against the colourful highlights, it really works well :-)

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This is so very pretty,love the borders, which look like 'broderie anglaise'

Tres chic :)B&W photo really amazing with your embellishments.

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Stunning! What an amazing photo and page - love the strong colors, the borders and the very elegant title grouping below.

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