Tuesday, 1 March 2011

D is for Dimension...over at Scrapology.

This month over at scrapology we have the pleasure of scraplifting one of Gabrielle Pollaco's breathtaking layout. I have long been a fan of hers and it was such a thrill that she agreed to let us lift her beautiful page. I made each of my flowers by hand, using my EK Success retro flower punches, wetting and then scrunching them up and then when they were dry I sprayed them with some Crafters Companion Spray and Sparkle. The patterned paper I used is by Prima and the background die cut sheet is an old Creative Imaginations paper that I sprayed with several colours of Cosmic Shimmer Mists ( i LOVE them!) I also misted the doiley.



I edited the photo in my Roxio programme and imported Chloe onto the toadstool after adding some wings to her. There really is a lot of shimmering and glitter on this page :)

this is the stunning original by Gabrielle, if you have never been to her blog before...i am telling you now you really MUST go and visit.....its a joy to wander through.


this is the sketch of the layout that we worked from.


Pop over and see what beautiful pages my fellow DT friends have made, they really are fabulous.
Warmest wishes Anita..xxx







7 comments:

  1. This a stuning page Anita. The colours are fab, and I love the photo and all the bits and pieces you do and used on he layout.

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  2. Ooo...Anita. This is so pretty. I LOVE Gabrielle's work too. You are very talented my dear and I am surprised that you haven't entered the Graphic 45 DT call yourself. Keep it in mind for next year. Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my blog. You are so kind. TFS. ~Glen~

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  3. Love it Anita, even better IRL!!
    Such a beautiful LO

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  4. Absolutely stunning layout Anita - I would love to see it in the flesh.

    Karen x

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  5. yumm yummm and yummmm. I love it all Anita, where to start :) I love the feeling that she is at the bottom of a rainbow too :)

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  6. Wow! What an absolutely gorgeous page! I love all of it, but especially the flowers, very pretty.
    Must have a go at adding wings too, love that x
    xx

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  7. Anita it is absolutely stunning. I would never have thought of adapting my photo. Love the effect you have created. Brilliant x

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