Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Winter 2009 Scrapbooking & Beyond

The Winter issue of Scrapbooking & Beyond is in the stores now!
I'm a little slow at getting this posted since we've been out of town. When I opened my box from the publisher, I was so delighted to see that my dear friend Liz Qualman was featured on the magazine cover!

This is the final installment of A Flourish for Every Season. The series was created using one major embellishment to represent each season. Flourishes of crystals, stitching, rub-ons and now paper. This is the layout I created for the winter edition using Basic Grey's Wassail collection.

My flourish was cut from Bazzill cardstock using my favorite Limited Edition QK die.

Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist on the journaling tag and Prima flower gives an aged appearance.

I painted naked chipboard alphabets with white paint, sanded the edges and coated with Glossy Accents. The ghost snowflakes I coated with Stickles for some sparkle and added tiny pearls to the centers.
It was such an honor to be part of this series. And I was privileged to share this honor with my very talented friends Gabrielle Pollacco, Liz Qualman, & Robbie Herring.

Merry Merry Christmas!!


angelwhispers Chanelle said...

Fantastic layout as always! Love the rich colours in this kit and all the lovely embellishments xx The glimmer misted tag gives it an extra special aged feel xx

angelwhispers Chanelle said...

Forgot to say "I hope you and your family have a lovely chistmas" xxx

Vel said...

Debbie! I'm totally buying this magazine now. That lo is gorgeous!

Cheryl Nelson said...

Such gorgeous work!!!

Susan said...

Your layout is gorgeous!! I really love that photo, too! Congrats on the, isn't it! LOL!

Julie Howard said...

I think it's so fabulous that one of you from the series landed the cover. Too cool! And your layout is beautiful. Your photo, the title work and that snowflake. Congrats on the pub!

Jane said...

love, love, love your pages!!! Merry Christmas Deb!!!

Mickey said...

Your layout is wonderful!

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