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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

in the garden *Heartfelt Creations- Alumni Hop*

Welcome to my post for the


Alumni Blog Hop!

Be sure to leave a comment on all the participating blogs. One participant will be chosen to receive a $25 Gift Certificate. Be sure the check the Winner Announcement on Sat, May 31st. If you win, send an email to Emma Lou and write "winner of the May Alumni Hop" in the subject line.

Hop ends on Friday, May 30th at midnight.

I started with a sketch from scrapbook.com. Most of the papers are from Posy Patch Collection.

These flowers are stamped and die cut from Posy Patch and Vintage Floret. The doily pieces are die cut from Spellbinder dies.

I used a template from Crafter's Workshop and shimmer paints for the bricks. The blue letters are Basic Grey and the letters for "Garden" are American Crafts.

The butterfly was fussy cut from Posy Patch paper.

More Posy Patch stamps and dies. The strip with the purple flowers is from Raindrops On Roses. The stamp script is from Large Elegant Word.

The leaves are from Bella Rose Leaves stamp and die.

Thanks for stopping by!

Alissa Wells http://willrunforstamps.blogspot.com--- YOU ARE HERE

36 comments:

merrymstamper said...

Great floral layout! Thanks for sharing :)

Vicki Dutcher said...

Such an awesome page -- love the red flowers!

Selma said...

So many beautiful elements to look at. This is awesome.

Caroline D. said...

Prefect papers for garden photos!! Gorgeous flowers and page!

grandmato20 said...

LOVE the shades of blue :) :)

luv46kdz said...

So pretty, I love all your layers. Great flowers :)

Paula

glendabrooks.blogspot.com said...

Just a gorgeous layout! You really make me want to try scrapbooking once again!

Ginny B. said...

Very pretty paper and the die cuts are lovely, too. :o)

barbara macaskill said...

This is a beautiful layout! I love the bricks and the flowers are delicious! TFS!

Marjorie said...

Very nice layout. Thanks for the inspiration.
Marjorie from TX

Liz Williams said...

Wow, your page is gorgeous. What an heirloom this will be.

tealeyes said...

Beautiful page. I love the layered flowers!!!!

Lauren Collis said...

This looks like it was really fun to create! I like the flowers and swirls, and dimension - there are so many details to admire.

April said...

Great layout with cheerful colors. Great job!

Jan said...

Beautiful!!!! The colors and those flowers are so pretty. That little boy is too cute for wards!

Stella said...

Pretty layout! Nice keepsake!

Debi tullier said...

beautiful layout

lisa808 said...

Fab L/O & flowers.

LISA said...

Such a sweet layout! Love how the red just pops on the page!!

Diane Shull said...

Very Creative. Thanks for sharing.

Emily said...

Love your flowers, and the layout

Dorothy S said...

What great detail on this page - just such a lovely garden.

Alison H said...

loved how you combined all the flowers together and mixed the dies so well with other items. your page really worked well. thanks for sharing

joni said...

Love this layout! I love all the pretty flowers!!! TFS

Theresa said...

Awesome page with so many elements! Great job!

Judy Sander said...

Love adding family pics to pages. So pretty

Judy Sander said...

gorgeous

Judi said...

Very Lovely. Great pictures and well featured. TFS.

Deb Kane said...

Very nice layout, love that Posy Patch paper!!

Lynn HIldebrand said...

Love this page. It has many different things to look at. I love all the embellishments and the cute picture. With the theme of Gardening it all blends together beautifully.

Sue D said...

Wonderful garden layout--I like all the flowers and butterflies.

Lagene said...

WOW! Lovely layout! So many layers an lovely flowers!

Melita said...

love what you did with the posies!

Vonda Unite said...

very pretty, love how you added the 3 photos, what did you color the flowers with?

Jean Bullock said...

Gorgeous layout. Love the background paper and how you molded the die cut flowers. Great job.

antenucci said...

Okay so I am running a bit behind on commenting on things, but I love how you have the bricks on there and your layout flows together so nicely. You really scrap elegant and fun so differently, but both really well.