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Sunday, 19 February 2012

CSI Case File #7 'True'



Well, hello!

I wasn't sure I was going to get to post this today as we have been super busy but I am pleased to say that I now have five minutes to quietly type and share the layout I did yesterday for the latest CSI challenge :0)



Really pretty colours this week, yes I know, bloody lavender again (!!!) but with the red and the grey I was able to cope with it!

I am also submitting this to the new challenge site Let's Get Sketchy! as they have got a mini sketch challenge to keep everyone going until their big launch in March :0) Looks like it's going to be a winner, and I for one can not wait!! There is also an Impromptu Challenge to look out for (I shall be finding time for that later in the week!)

Here is their sketch:


I have titled my layout true because, and here is the geeky bit, the definition is:

true  (tr)
adj. tru·ertru·est
1.a. Consistent with fact or reality; not false or erroneous. b. Truthful.
2. Real; genuine. 
3. Reliable; accurate: y.
4. Faithful, as to a friend, vow, or cause; loyal.
5. Sincerely felt or expressed; unfeigned: 
6. Fundamental; essential:
7. Rightful; legitimate: 

and so it goes on!! The photo is of DD#2 and her fiance at their engagement party and as everyone was watching the fireworks I just happened to turn the camera onto them and caught this moment. True love would have been too corny and somehow would not have seemed sincere, so, I stuck with just true.

Evidence: colours - sorted. Papers are literal scraps of Anna Griffin Cecile that have been distressed with the WRMK tool.  White card has been matted onto dark grey pearl cardstock.


I am still loving the embossing paste! Evidence was stripes  (can I get away with a grid???)  I have scattered mica powder over the wet paste and then spritzed with water and hairspray to set it - cool eh? I think it looks really metallic. The grey pearl is from Prima.

I stuck a bit of homemade washi tape and then a really pretty button which looks nothing in the photo  but is faceted and sparkly in real life! The metallic letters are Anna Griffin and so is the butterfly.

A little bit of lavender stitching - grrrrrr! And a peep at the 'cluster' of flowers. Green pearls in the centre. Journalling is based on 3,2,1.


Thanks for looking and have a great week!!

Ali x 

14 comments:

  1. Oh wow! What a beautiful moment to capture...so fabulously scrapped too...love the artsy bits and the little pops of colour! :)

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  2. beautifully done, so much detail, love it! thanks for playing along at LGS!

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  3. So very pretty!! Love the pops of colour! Gorgeous! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Let's Get Sketchy!

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  4. beautiful LO!! love the neutrals with the pop of color with your banner!

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  5. wow!! this is so cool! I love everything about it, the pretty colors against the white, very creative! Thanks for playing along with us at LGS :)

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  6. absolutely stunning, what a great take on the sketch!

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  7. Love the white space on your layout! This is fabulous work. Thanks for playing with us at LGS!

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  8. WOW! Gorgeous page! Great take on the sketch! Thank you for playing with us at LGS! :-)

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  9. OMG!!!!!!It's soooooo beautiful!!just beautiful...!
    thank you for playing along with us at LGS!

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  10. So sweet! Great design, love the banners and the butterfly!
    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  11. Great job, love the details! Thanks for playing at LGS :)

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  12. BEautiful!I love your all detail:)Thank you for playing along with Let’s Get Sketchy!

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  13. Great layout! Thanks for playing along! www.kerripowell.blogspot.com

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