cfile

'Twas the Night... (Dec 17 Scraplift Challenge)

'Twas the Night... (Dec 17 Scraplift Challenge)
cfile, Dec 2, 2017
Description:
I scraplifted this page by @jaharvey
[​IMG]
Credits:
Lynn Grieveson | Starry Woods Kit https://the-lilypad.com/store/Starry-Woods-Kit.html
Kate Hadfield | Christmas Overlays https://the-lilypad.com/store/Christmas-Overlays.html
Kate Hadfield | Jingle All the Way - Papers https://the-lilypad.com/store/Jingle-All-The-Way-Papers.html
fonts: 2 Peas Fiddle Sticks for journaling and date; 1942 report for beginnings of Twas the night
jenn mccabe likes this.
    • jenn mccabe
      oh my goodness! the tone on tone look of the overlay on the paper and the wa strip on the paper is delightful! this is so elegant and Christmas classy ... i love that little banner under your journaling too. and the photo is pure magic! into Froggy Faves!
      cfile likes this.
    • AdrienneMay
      Love it! The pops of red versus the neutral background- so pretty!
      cfile likes this.
    • cfile
    • Nemla
      I love this too, the splash of red in the torn paper rocks !
      cfile likes this.
    • jaharvey
      So honoured that have scrap lifted one my layouts! I love the torn paper at the edge and the "smiles (captured)" tag. Beautifully done.
      cfile likes this.
    • EHStudios
      I really love the torn paper! Gorgeous shadows paired with a gorgeous high contrast photo. I don't think you could ask for a more perfect LO Christa! I love every bit!
      cfile likes this.
    • LynnG
      Magic :-)
      cfile likes this.
    • Serena
      Wow! Your shadowing here is divine and that photos is really neat! All the torn bits just make the chaotic in me happy!
      cfile likes this.
    There are no comments to display.
  • Category:
    Scraplift Challenge
    Uploaded By:
    cfile
    Date:
    Dec 2, 2017
    View Count:
    404
    Comment Count:
    8

    EXIF Data

    File Size:
    244.6 KB
    Mime Type:
    image/jpeg
    Width:
    600px
    Height:
    600px
     

    Note: EXIF data is stored on valid file types when a photo is uploaded. The photo may have been manipulated since upload (rotated, flipped, cropped etc).