Woodware Challenge Set by A Maze of Memories – Treasured Memories – Day 2

Crafty Debs has a very romantic scrapbook page for us today, Debs hasn’t told me who the happy couple are but I would like to think that it is Debs and Mr Frosty, although if it is it is quite an old photograph.

Who ever the happy couple are Debs has done a lovely job of highlighting them.

The background paper is from the Paris Collection.

Crafty Debs has framed the photograph with punched – hearts, birch leaves and daisies in 2 sizes. These have been punched from patterned papers from the Bremen Collection. The daisy centres are Liquid Pearls.

Ooh did you spot the tiny butterflies too. Then there is the paper doilies used for layering.

 The verse comes from Jane’s Clear Magic set Hours Fly By and the lovely rose is part of Kind Hearts another of Jane’s designs.

I love the way that Debs has layered the ribbon with two widths of organza and some 3mm satin. not to mention the row of the self adhesive lace.

I love this page, such a romantic gentle feel to it I wonder if Crafty Debs has told us who the happy couple are.

Remember this weeks Challenge has been set for us by our friend Christina at A Maze of Memories, you will find lots of crafty inspiration on there blog

Thanks for popping see you soon!

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6 thoughts on “Woodware Challenge Set by A Maze of Memories – Treasured Memories – Day 2

  1. This is so feminine – and the verse so poignant! I really like this layout and these papers are so versatile! I can hardly beleive its the same PARIS collection that Christina used as it looks so different!

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