torsdag 8. august 2013

Mountain Flora

You may have noticed that Memory Maze provide you with chipboards in almost any size - from itty bitty micro ones, to large 12"*12". In my July post at the Memory Maze Blog I focus on how to use 6"*6" chipboards and how you can cut them apart to fit your project better.


All materials except chipboard (Memory Maze) and alpha (Simple Stories): Websters Pages


In my part of the world (Norway) it's summer and the kids are in the middel of their long vacation. We, the adults, don't have as much time off as they do during this period, but we try to use the weekends too, for having some fun together. Four weeks ago I brought my family up in the mountains, and here it was still quite chilly and you could find spots of snow. But if you looked closely you would find tiny little flowers even here, and some of them are just adorable (this is what my journaling says, too).



I have cut both a large Doily Chipboard and a Vintage Mirror Chipboard into two. I placed the doily pieces on top and bottom of my page and tucked the Mirror pieces behind my photo and other embellies. To find the chipboard's product description, please visit the Memory Maze Blog Post.

I will be back next week with more ideas on how to cut chipboards, so stay tuned. Do you cut yours, btw?

5 kommentarer:

pysselpetra sa...

men åh så vackert ♥ jag äslkar hur du satt fyrklöverfotot i centrum med den vackra chipboarden över och under som inramning. snyggt med det tiltade journalingkortet också ♥

Bente Fagerberg sa...

Dette var lekkert Hilde, så fint med bildene inrammet på den måten og den delte chipboard-doilien oppe og nede.
Jeg likte godt de produktene du har brukt fra WP :-) !

Cassandra aka Scrap Savvy sa...

Love all the floral going on! Great design and gorgeous chipboard!:)

Val Thorpe sa...

This is a beautiful layout Hilde... and I just love your photos... Perfection!

Sandie Edwards sa...

This layout is so beautiful, love how you have created it!