Wednesday, 25 February 2015

A favorite moment (56/365)

Nothing like cutting it close. . .after a month of up and downs illness wise i am slowly scrapping when my body allows. This layout actually sat on my crafting space for the last five days because i have been busy with appts and procrastinating the stitching.

Here is my layout:

I was inspired by Sue Sykes sketch she created for Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine February Sketchy Challenge:

Feb 2015 Sketch

I was also inspired by Pixels and Paper Challenge. This month's inspiration is:

I was inspired by the photo by the colours (blue, pink and purple tones) as well as the idea of love as the Eiffel Tower is in Paris and Paris is knowns as the city of love. So I added a bunch of hearts with a photo of my grandma with my son.

Supplies used;
paper: dcwv (cardstock)
silhouette (with cut file from Laura Whitaker)
brads: recollections
inks: lindy's stamp gang starburst (tibetan poppy teal, salt water taffy)
we r memory keepers (sew easy: script)
my mind's eye (tiny words)

Thank you for stopping by and your wonderful comments, hope you can play along this month with Canadian Scrapbook Magazine:

and with Pixels and Paper:


  1. The stitching looks great!

  2. This is a delightful photo... you can certainly see the love. I love the colour palette you have used and the stitching for the title and as an accent on some of the hearts. An interesting take on our challenge this month and a beautiful memory page. Thank you for joining us at Pixels and Paper. Cheers. Di

  3. I love clean and simple layouts and this one is just lovely. The photo you have used is so touching especially mounted on a bed of hearts. Thank you so much for sharing with us on Pixels and Paper.

  4. Love the stitching, it is always worth the effort! Thanks for joining us this month at Pixels and Paper

  5. What a precious photograph - I love how you interpretted the Pixels and Paper challenge.
    Wonderful stitching :)

  6. Very sweet LO. Thanks fro playing along with us at Pixels and Paper!

  7. Brilliant take on the challenge. Thank you for playing along with us at Pixels and Papers :)