The Color Room-Palette #7

Sunday, May 23, 2010


This week's palette was a big stretch for me since I'm not a giant fan of pastels.  I do, however, enjoy how my interpretation came out. 



This layout features my beautiful daughter, Megan.  This photo was taken at my mom's house on the lake.  I really love this photo and thought the natural hues in the pictures would lend itself nicely to this palette.  I apologize for the bad photo.  It's harder than you think to get the lighting right so that the colors show up as they should.  


(click on image for a large photo)


Tools used:
Martha Stuart Edge Punch (on terra cotta strip)
Cricut (circle, bird, butterfly, flowers, title)
Cricut Gypsy
Quickutz Revolution (vine)
Tim Holtz Destresser (circle)
Cuddle Bug Swirl Embossing Folder (bird, flowers)
Dymo LetraTag label maker ("girl" in title)

Materials used:
Tim Holtz Distress Ink to ink all edges
Cardstock
My Minds Eye patterned paper
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (butterfly and bird)
Pearls

I like to shop for materials at www.scrapbook.com.  

Visit The Color Room to see other artist's interpretations of this week's palette and some other amazing work.  Another favorite place for me to visit for inspiration is Scrap That!.

2 comments:

  1. Rebecca said...:

    Awww! I love it, Christine! I love the small pearls accented with the bigger ones in the middle of the flowers. So pretty, just like she is. I love the name Megan, too - It's one of my favorites. (really and truly!) I don't think the coloring of the photo is off at all. I think you're over-critical of yourself, but you shouldn't be! It's very pretty. She's does look like a happy girl, too, so the title is fitting! Great memory ;-)

  1. Christine said...:

    Thank you, Rebecca! :-) Aren't we all over critical of ourselves? Love ya!

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