Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Anything Goes week 2


Over on Anything Goes, this weeks challenge is to use the colours, cream and pink and the theme is pearls and lace. I love Family History, last summer I trace my family back to the late 1800's with the help of my good friend, Norma. I have finally persuaded Norma to have a blog its called Tags Tales take a look at her first post.

 The layout is of my Grandma's wedding in 1949. Most of the paper is from my stash. I have used Martha Stewart border punch decorated with lace and ribbon from the Craft Den


I have used Cardology Precious Petals and added some punched paper flowers to coordinated , then finished off with Ice White Viva Pearl Pen . The Chipboard title is also from my stash, wrapped in strings of pearls, again from the Craft Den.

10 comments:

Poppet said...

Beautiful LO Jo. It really shows the pictures off well.
:-) xx

sandra said...

Oh what a beautiful page. Love how you have done the pearls. I love black & white photo's. Love Sandra x

sue said...

fabulous page jo love the pics i keep saying i'll do my family history but never get round to it x sue x

peggy gatto said...

I love to see family photos and you have made this so special!!

patcrafts said...

Beautiful LO love the way you have used the flowers, it sort of leads you through the page.
Pat xx

flutterbycrafter said...

Terrific page, love the way you've used the pearls.

angelwhispers said...

Gorgeous Love all the lace and pearls but the pictures are just beautiful!! Love it Chanelle xx

Ann said...

I love history, and especially family history, our family tree dates backto early 1800's it's fasinating to find out things about our ancestors,You've done the pictures very proud, love the pearls and the flowers are really lovely xoxox Ann

Ann said...

I love history, especially family history... Our family tree dates back to early 1800's, I think its fascinating finding out about our ancestors, The photo's look great against the lovely background layout Love what you've done with the pearls and the flowers finish it.. xoxox Ann

Kathryn said...

lovely vintage page, really setting off the lovely photos. Love all the layers and ribbon along the bottom. I have got stuck with my family history, you must tell me how you have got so far back! K x