This month I decided to take part in a fun challenge on the Crate Paper Blog which is all about Navy Blue and sequins. I was recently given these awesome photos by good friend taken of her sweet daughter Sierra.
They come to visit with us often and were just here to stay with us a a couple of weeks ago. Whenever we get together we always do fun photo shoots of the kids. Suzy recently took these photos at a train station near her house and when I saw them I knew right away I had to use them on a project (or two).
Anyways, on to my layout. Since the challenge was all about Navy blue and sequins I thought these photos of Sierra were perfect since she was already wearing a Navy blue dress. I built my layout around that using a mix of Crate Paper collections and embellishments. So fun!
Lovely Lady Layout
This layout came together quickly once I decided to stitch a vellum pocket with lots of sequins inside.
I love this Ephemera die-cut collection pack from the DIY shop collection. I loved all the vintage looking pieces that went along with my layout. Those fun doilies are a punch from Martha Stewart that I bought recently and they are quickly becoming a fun staple of mine to use on all my projects. Anyways, that's my layout that I put together for the challenge, I love the way it turned out and I hope that Crate will like it too :)
Crate paper: The Pier collection papers, Ephemera die -cut collection pack - DIY shop, Flashcard Thickers, Fox Glitter Foam Thickers, photo overlays - DIY shop, The Pier layered stickers - Standouts, Studio Calico - Atlantic sequin mix