Friday, February 25, 2011

Handsome Guys All In A Row...

My little man, of course, is the handsomest (is that a word?) ;-) The wedding photos were taken by Churchill Photography (aren't they wonderful?). For the layout, I used my February Counterfeit Kit: black cardstock, silver SEI patterned paper, the Grungeboard flourish that I inked with a black Momento ink pad. The journaling tag is the chipboard backing to the pink primas, tied at the top with red shabby seam binding, and layered scrapof the GCD paper ( I used the pearlized back, and an American Crafts Remarks journaling spot, all from my kit. I finished the page off with a piece of an Anna Griffin journaling spot (left over from this layout
), and my Homemade Page Pebble (see how I made them HERE )
I just loved the pocket watch digistamp that I used from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Steampunk digistamp set. It's just so perfectly vintage and masculine, and it can be resized to whatever size you like, so it's a great image for a guy's birthday card! Thanks for looking! For more crafty inspiration, drop by the rest of the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff design team's blogs and see what they have been up to this week!

Lindsay Weirich (Owner & Stamp Designer)
Cindi Hooks
Diane Bove
Jennifer Bliss
Karin Martin
Leanne Garner
Margie Visnick(me)
Micki Harper
Rhonda Walker
Shannon Neparko
Tracey Allen
Tamara Bennett


  1. HOw cool! It looks like it's inside the pebble :) Great layout too!

  2. Beautiful layout. Love the touch of color. The Grungeboard swirl looks great.

  3. Great layout - great photo too. Love your stamped image on the pebble.

  4. oh love that layout and yes, that is a great photo. Again, love how you incorporated a digi stamp.

  5. Great layout! Your page pebble is perfect!


  6. love the crinkle ribbong and flourish, this reminds me so much of twilight with the colors, textures and oh yes, handsome guys;)

  7. That pic is perfect for the glad you showed off the close of your amazing page pebble

  8. very cool layout to go with that very cool photo. I like that page pebble you made too :)


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