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Saturday, August 15, 2009

If Mothers Were Flowers I Would Pick You

This is the second part of the bday present for tomorrows celebration... It is a 9x9 shadow box I picked up at a local discount store. The fence is from My Community and is embossed with my CB. Along the bottom of the fence you will find a row of flowers cut from Plantin Schoolbook...I used some of the original flower cuts in other colors and added some silk, Tink flowers and stickers for added variety. The photo mat is cut from Storybook. I love the little bird perched upon the fence, cut from Lyrical Letters in two colors to replace the original wing. My bright little sunshine is cut from Graphically Speaking, I cut 2 the same size and added pop dots to elevate the top one. K & Company butterflies add a bit of whimsy to the layout...along with buttons, bling and lots of stickles. The mini K & Company frame holds the quote for the title of the layout...I'm so happy you stopped by....I so appreciate your support....it means the world to me!


  1. Beautiful Sandy, love the sun with all the buttons.

    Kaye x

  2. awwww this is soooo adorable! Love the colors!I am sure this was a hit at the party!

  3. Your mom is going to love this. It is just so pretty and it really draws your eye to the photo. I love the little mini frame. I went to the LSS and looked for some this weekend but no luck. It's perfect on this LO for the title!

  4. Sandy, I have thoroughly enjoyed browsing your beautiful blog site!! Thanks so much for the sweet blog award you gave me earlier (one of these days I'll take a moment to figure out how to post them at the side column like you have!)

    I'm incredibly impressed with the quality and beuaty of your work, amazing that you've only been scrapping for 7 months!....I'll be adding your blogsite to my favourite sites, love your work hon!

    ~Gabi xx

  5. This is truly beautiful Sandy.. I know you have put a lot of your love into this shadow box layout<--hope that's what its called..LOL
    I have a big one (12x36-shadow box) that I need to get started on, but I am so not sure how I want to make it..any ideas or hints?? LOL