The Color Room #20

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

I have The Color Room's Palette #20, for you all, today.
Here's what I came up with.
I started this page by adhering the cut and punched, Green Gable, Tempting Turquoise, and Lavender Lace, cardstock circles, as well as the cut and punched, vellum circles, across the top and bottom of the floral, patterned, paper page.
I, then, ran messy, white-threaded, straight stitches over all layers, before adding a strip of Lavender Lace cardstock, horizontally, across the length of the layout, just above center, and machine stitching two rows of white-threaded, straight stitches across its top and bottom edges.  I, then, adhered a length of sheer, satin-trimmed, white ribbon over the center of the Lavender Lace, cardstock strip, before adding pictures, and embellished each end with a purple button, laced with white string, tied in a bows.
The white, cardstock, journal strips, which read, You stood there longer than we'd ever seen you stand ALONE before - all for one Cheerio at a time. 10.10.09; and the "anything for a cheerio" title, completely, created from stickers, complete the look.
Oh!  And I wanted to leave you all with another, little picture of our garden spoils...
and ask if anyone has a tried-and-true, vegetarian-friendly, scrumptious recipe for jalapeno poppers?  We have jalapenos running out our ears, and I cannot seem to find a recipe that looks worthy of our time.  If you have one, please do share, and thanks!

{Supplies & Tools}
Paper: Green Gable, Tempting Turquoise, & Lavendar Lace (SU); vellum & floral patterned (Paper Studio) Ink: Basic Black (SU) Other: sheer, satin-trimmed ribbon (Hobby Lobby); purple buttons (Paper Studio); white string; white thread & sewing machine; 1-3/8" Circle punch (SU); circle template (Fiskars); gray, polka dot, alpha stickers (Doodlebug Design); green & turquoise, alpha stickers (Colorbok)

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