Loving the softness of this line. I even broke out the pink Glimmer Mist for a bit of splattering. The crocheted flowers are made by Susan! I have hidden journaling at the top in the little envelope. In my new plan of getting the story down, I wanted lots of room to document my mother's relationship with her friend Elsie. Elsie has just recently moved out of the apartment building that my parents live in. She has moved to a senior's home in another community to be near her daughter. Her memory has been failing her as of late. I am sure that my mother will be missing her friend. :(
I used this week's sketch up at Creative Scrappers.
I love this old knitting basket of goodies. Each time we go to Fort Edmonton Park and I see this, I marvel at how much knitting has changed. I finally got a good photo of it. The woolies sure would be warm! Knitting would have had to be a must by all family members in order to stay warm during the long winter months in Western Canada.
I made the flowers by fancy cutting one of the patterned papers from the collection. I love it when you can make one of a kind embellishment from good paper! The sketch I chose allowed me to take full advantage of the fancy swirls on the background paper.
Here is the sketch from Let's Capture These Sketches.
Wishing you all a fun and creative day! Happy Scrapping!! Jen :)