May 18, 2009

"The Many Faces" of Scrapbooking

Zella is capturing memories of her granddaughter. It will be a graduation gift. Thankfully, Jordan realizes all the work going into this project and knows her grandmother is giving her something very special. These are co-ordinated pages designed to catch the many fun 'faces' Jordan has made throughout the years.

By printing the photos in sepia (brown tones) she was able to take old pictures and make them look very modern with the modern color scheme of pink and brown!

Here is a closeup of one part of the first page. The scalloped circle was made with a die cut. Then she embellished the stamped floral image with a punched out flower and the pink pearls. I am impressed.

4 comments:

Jacki said...

What beautiful pages and a treasured gift!

Elaine said...

Zella does beautiful work! What a wonderful labor of love to give Jordan for her graduation. This is a gift no one else can give her.

Montanagirl said...

That is just beautiful! I love the pink and brown theme. And what a gorgeous girl!

Hollace said...

It's a great idea to use the sepia to unify pictures that may be B&W or colored, Think I'll try that.