CCG164 & Pencil Lines 208

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Good, Saturday morning to you all!  I promised you a layout, in yesterday's post, and I'm here to deliver.
I started this layout by machine stitching, with pink-threaded, straight stitches, the doily screen print, onto the Certainly Celery, polka dot, patterned paper, at all four corners.
I, then, machine stitched, with pink-threaded, zig-zag stitches, a punched strip of soft green, damask, patterned paper to the bottom of the booties picture and adhered it in the top right corner of a square of pink, heart, patterned paper, whose bottom right corner was rounded and whose base served as the prefect place to journal, You looked, absolutely, beautiful in this sweet outfit, given to you by Angie Cole.  The precious booties were from your Aunt Jamie.
After adhering the full body picture, I ran a length of ruffled, Pink Pirouette, striped ribbon across the top of the layout and embellished its top edge with a hot pink bow, pierced with a couple, pearl, stick pins and a "Pretty IN PINK", title sticker.
The flowers were hand cut, from patterned paper; glittered; and adhered, some flat and others with dimensionals, in the bottom right corner of the pink, heart, patterned paper.
A "sweet little thing", cardstock, sticker subtitle; Dec. 14, 2008, journal tab; and a few staples, complete the look.
This layout was inspired by Color Combos Galore's Inspiration Board #164...
and Pencil Lines' Sketch 208.
Thanks for stopping by!  Have a wonderful day, everyone!  And don't forget that you have until tomorrow night to play along in the current, Wplus9 Design Color Cue {9} Challenge.

{Supplies & Tools}
Paper: pink, heart & Certainly Celery, polka dot patterned (SU); floral patterned (Crate Paper); soft green, damask patterned (Pink Paislee) Ink: Basic Black (SU) Other: pink thread & sewing machine; staples & stapler; 2010 Sale-A-Bration & Corner punches, Dazzling Diamonds, & Pink Pirouette, striped ribbon (SU); cardstock stickers (Crate Paper); embossed, sticker title (K&Company); pearl stick pins (Jenni Bowlin); hot pink ribbon (Hobby Lobby); doily screen print (Hambly)

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