Friday, May 25, 2012

Palace of Westminster

Here I am today with the third layout of my
 London trip with Daughter....

Today's layout is the Palace of Westminster,
aka Big Ben....

Using sketch # 41 from




The Sketch....



Papers are "Portobello Road"
from Papermania....



Title chippie is by Dusty Attic
"Fancy Labels"
which I have altered with Gesso,
Luminarte Shimmering Mist "Butternut",
Crafty Notions Shake 'n' Spray "Scarab Beetle"
and Tim Holtz Distress Ink
 "Peeled Paint".....

Letters of title are Cosmo Cricket....



Tag is from 7 gypsies
and date flashes are Jenni Bowlin....



Leaves are the "Belle Rose" die
from Heartfelt Creations....

Flowers - red = Kaiser,
blue = handmade from punches
as previous layout.....

Martha Stewart pearls....



Martha Stewart Punch Around The Page
"Iron Gate"....



Sadly, the photo's are very dark
as it was dusk (20 past 7 on the clock)
when we crossed over Westminster Bridge,
having just been on the London Eye.....



Tim Holtz "Rosette" die....



Bazzill cardstock.....



Three down, just a few more to go.....

Working on the Tower of London
for next post....

See you then....

Hugs






5 comments:

Andrea Fogleman said...

Beautiful! I love the colors, flowers, and embellishments you used to create your layout. Thanks so much for joining us for our latest sketch challenge over at Frosted Designs.

Tenny Kusuma said...

Such a beautiful layout. LOVE it!!! I also love all the details you did on the embellishment. My fave one will be the rosette. Thank you for playing along with Frosted Designs Layout Sketch Challenge. Tenny :D

Sharli Schaitberger said...

Another great layout - and even if the photos are a little dark, it's easy to see two beautiful people having a good time! LOVE the work!
Hugs!

Laurie LaRiviere said...

gorgeous layout, love all the colors and photos, thanks for playing along with us at frosted designs!

Channa said...

What a gorgeous layout!!! Every bit is just perfect and all fits so well together. Thank you so much for joining us at Frosted designs. Channa