Sunday, April 08, 2018

Wisley in Autumn


It's really difficult to make a layout for scenic photo's but I do like how this turned out. The papers are a collection I think it could be My Minds Eye but don't hold me to that.

The fishtail banners are cut by using Simon Says Stamp Stitched Banners and cut down or hidden behind the photos. The leaves are Impression Obession Leaves dies somehow I've managed to lose one of the dies which forced me to buy some magnetic sheets for my dies.

The scallop border hidden under everything is a large daisy border punch from Martha Stewart but only half as been used.

The wooden letters are possibly American Crafts and the other letters are from a Simple Stories pack.

Hubby is taking my sister, friend and myself to Ally Pally today, makes it tricky to spend my craft pennies but I will have to convince him their essentials!




8 comments:

  1. Beautiful colours and a fab page. Have a fun day, didn’t go this year but going to Doncaster in July.

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  2. A gorgeous LO page with a great autumn feeling to it.
    Lia xx

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  3. Love this page Debby, fabulous colours and you are right the papers are MME xx

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  4. Your photos are shown off beautifully Debby.
    Faith
    x

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  5. Lovely Autumnal colours at Wisley and love that beautiful layout Debby. Went to Wisley once years ago, there is so much to see there. x

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  6. A fab page layout and photos, love the colours.
    Hope you had a good time at Ally Pally
    Lorraine x

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  7. Beautiful Autumn layout.

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  8. Hi Debby, your layout is super. Love how all the elements and colours all work together.
    Every year I say I'll go to Ally Pally and haven't managed it yet.Hope you managed to spend on all your essentials.
    Hugs Sue W.
    Hugs Sue W.

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