31 Pages in 31 Days: 8/10/13 - Embellish

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This page is stunning! Girl, you really do VINTAGE better than anyone I know!

I am in your downline so you can leave me out of the blog candy but I HAD to tell you how GORGEOUS this page is!!!!! I would love to scraplift this! This page is just stunning, Lyssa!

Lyssa, this is beautiful! I hope we get to make this in class! (Hint, hint)

Hi Lyssa ~ This is SO BEAUTIFUL and I'm everything Vintage when it comes to paper crafting and stamping! I L O V E this layout. Love it. I see you embossed the "heartfelt" sentiment or it looks like you did and that makes it look even more authentic and vintage! Thanks so much for this beautiful inspiration!

I also hope we get to make this in class! I have the papers and stamps, but I don't have the ribbon, material or in-color embellishments.

Thanks, everyone! It was not one of the class projects, Jana and Cheryl, but you are giving me food for thought! Debbie, it is not embossed actually--after I stamped it, I went over it with my Stardust Gelly Roll pen to make the words pop out a little better since I wasn't planning on adding any other headline.

This is beautiful, stunning in fact. What have you sponged the natural composition paper with to give them the ghostly effect the photo seems to depict?

Great page Lyssa! I was just looking at a pile of those vintage photo at 4AM this morning and thinking they needed a page like this:)

SOOOO pretty! May just have to scraplift this one....

Lisa, the background paper is liberally sponged with Early Espresso ink. I really wish it had photographed better. It's super cool, in real life!

I love this page!!! It's so true about having limited photos of some family members. It is hard to scrap one photo only. Hopefully you can journal something about the person to make the page truly special.

This page is gorgeous - I would never have thought my composition paper could be transformed like this. Cannot wait to try!

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