Thursday, October 01, 2009

Scrap that Poetry Debut: if


I am so excited to be a part of a new challenge blog called Scrap that Poetry  which is debuting its 1st challenge today!!! If you are inspired by words and/or language... this could be a site for you... please stop by and play along. Here is my layout inspired by this week's poem, If by Rudyard Kipling.




To read the full version of this poem, click here. I'd love to see how it inspires you! Have a terrific Thursday:)


Products: patterned paper: Vintage Tee from the Boxer Collection by Basic Grey (medallion print); Dulcet from the Mellow Collection by Basic Grey (floral); Chopped Tomatoes from the Minestrone Collection by Jillibean Soup (red dot); and 2009 Anna Griffin (botanical drawing print). Kraft: Paper Reflections. Chipboard: Basic Grey. Border punch: Threading Water by Fiskars

10 comments:

JessiW said...

I love your layout for this one!! Nice flowers and love how you did it as a tribute to your husband...so nice! Love, Jess

Jane said...

This is beautiful Windy!! Love the colors and the raw chipboard...great page!!!!

Jennifer said...

LOVE this!!! And Congrats on the STP DT!

Tonia_and_boys_Inc. said...

Windy, LOVE the design of this page...esp. how you did the journaling, and that PHOTO is just DARLING!! Awesome job, girl!!

Sara said...

your LO is gorgeous! i love the pp you chose :)

sarabeth

Jennifer Campbell said...

Wow, I really love your layout! I love the color combo and the tribute to your husband! Just beautiful!!! :)

Kim said...

gorgeous layout - such a classy design and papers!

glorygirl said...

Such a great photo and I love the colors you chose for this. LOVELY! Thanks for sharing!

Softangelkisses said...

How cute! I'd never heard of scrap that poetry, I will have to check it out! Thanks for sharing & God Bless You!

Juls~ said...

Hi Windy!

What a beautiful blog! Love the gorgeous layouts that you do. Your papers & palette are gorgeous. I really love these earthy, pretty tones - favorites of mine ... so I will have to check out where you got these. You make your layouts look vintage, modern-chic ... that's good, girl! ;)