26 April 2010

Just Add Ink Challenge

I just love VINTAGE and the everlasting memories that it brings....those to cherish of an era gone bye.... So here's my take of vintage for the JAI challenge. This is an absolutely gorgeous photo of my children's great grand parent Kevin and Gladys Mulcahy on their wedding day in the 1930's..... Look at the detail of Nana Glad's wedding gown and veil.

First of all, I dyed the pretties flower with baja breeze ink, let it dry and stamped over the whole flower with French Script in close to cocoa. The clear button has been inked with white staz on and the diamond background stamp (looks like spring) and then threaded some chocolate chip ribbon through the two holes. The lace on the side of the board is from my stash along with most of the buttons except the baja breeze. The chocolate ruffled ribbon is retired ribbon original and the the DSP has been torn, sponged and layered to created an aged looked that ties in with the photo of Nan and Pop.
I have used a dymo gun to type out Mr and Mrs Mulcahy which has been sponged in baja breeze and close to cocoa. The scalloped edge tag behind the photo also has more dymo labels which have our gran parent's full names, so that our children will be able to know a bit more about their family. The love sediment was created using my circuit. Hopefully the rest of my creation is self explanatory otherwise let me know.....
Be sure to pop over to JAI(www.justaddink.blogspot.com/) to check all the other fantastic entries.
Oh, Courtney is still alive and made it to 15 LOL!!!
Retired French Script stamp and Looks like spring, ribbon originals and chocolate chip ribbon, pretties flower, close to cocoa and baja breeze inks, staz on (white), clear button, baja breeze buttons and other buttons from my stash, lace, retired parisian breeze DPS, baja breeze card stock, note die, big shot, small clip board, scallop punch, dymo gun, glue dots, circuit and sponges.

So until next time, take care...
Scrapin Mel


Bronwyn Eastley said...

Everything looks so beautiful with the ruffled ribbon and lace and the gorgeous Parisian Breeze DSP! Great job!

Leah Renee said...

Hi scrappin Mel! what a fabulous layout! so nostalgic and you complimented its antiquated vibe blue and brown shades. i love working with monochromatics because any bold colour still makes the black n white photo the star!!! i love your layout!

Danielle Daws said...

Very pretty! The buttons are so lovely. Thanks for playing at Just Add Ink!

Amanda said...

Stunning!! Thanks for playing at Just Add Ink!

Simone Bartrum said...

What a beautiful creation Mel. Looks gorgeous.


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