Monday, 15 November 2010

November Crop.

Last Saturday was Bromsgrove crop,it was a quiet one this month but we still had a great time with plenty of laughs,they really are a great bunch of girls. I managed to get two LO's done,I think I do more talking than scrapping !!! The first one I did I've already posted which was for the Kraft It Up challenge,here's the second one.


I used my October Scrapagogo kit for this LO,I love this photo of my Mum and Dad,they are still so close after 44 years of marriage.
I also did a card class and as Christmas is getting closer I did a Christmas card.


The patterned paper and stamp is from Stampin'Up,the sheet music is from an old violin grade book. I made the flower with organza and shriveled the edges using a candle,I saw these flowers on Clare's blog,you can find the tutorial here.

Thanks for stopping by
xxxxDebxxxx

10 comments:

Karen Williams said...

love how you've curled that paper and put a different colour behind. Gorgeous LO

Stella said...

I am in LOVE with that silhouette stamp; so so gorgeous. You LO's are always amazing. And your cards too :)!!!

Lynnda Hosni said...

Gorgeous Layout.... Deb... I like what you did with curled paper...Brilliant...
Cute X'mas card too... love it all..xx

Theresa said...

Deb, I must say, fabulous. Love how you tore open the paper. and that card is adorable, love the music paper.

Lea said...

I love how the paper opens up, the pearls and the flowers are fantastic!!! And your parents... how cute are they! Love the card and the flower is great, thanks for the link to the tutorial!

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

I love the colors and the opening in your layout! Lovely card - great stamp, so nostalgic!

Ros said...

Yikes these are just stunning ... well done my friend you are so talented

Lisa said...

the card is gorgeous - so jealous that the girls get to make this with you and I don't :-(

I need to break into that kit! You have made a gorgeous layout with it

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Wonderful Deb! I love both the layout and the card, especially that stamp, very pretty, you did a great job with both.

Juls said...

fabulous makes! Love how you have rolled the paper on your page! Hugs Juls