Usually I struggle with heritage photos, especially when they are over 50 years old, as I want to make sure I do them justice. But with the right papers/embellishments and sketch, this particular layout worked out alot better than most heritage layouts.
This layout features Theresa and Louis Soeton in 1912. Theresa was my husband’s great-grandmother. It is for A Cherry On Top’s Heritage Challenge – scrap siblings at least two generations older than you.
Here is a close up of the cluster of embellishments:
I based the layout on Sketchabilities Sketch #107
I chose the color palette – pink, green and yellow – to fit the A Cherry On Top CHA Color Palette Challenge. I had to use at least 3 of the following colors – Orange, Grapefruit, Lime, Lemon, and Honeydew. I can use other colors as well, but the majority of the layout had to be based on those colors. I chose to use papers and embellishments from Basic Grey’s “Hello Luscious” collection. Mist is from Tattered Angels; Washi Tape is from Love My Tapes; and Ribbon is from Pink Paislee. The butterfly punch is by Martha Stewart.
A lovely old worlde, heritage layout! Thanks for using our sketch at Sketchablilites 🙂
Wonderful job scrapping that photo Brandy! The cluster and misting is amazing!
Beautiful page! Love the soft colors. Thanks for joining us at Sketchabilities.
Love the colors you used and the use of white space. Great layout!
Such a sweet LO! Thanks for playing along w us at Sketchabilities!
very pretty! thanks for joining us at Sketchabilities!
Sweet page! Love the sweet photo and butterfly! Thanks for playing along w/sketch #107 at sketchabilities!
very nice layout! thanks for playing with us at sketchabilities 🙂