Color Philosophy Inks

Prima has a brand new ink line called Color Philosophy. The colors are amazing and the selection of colors will keep you in crafting heaven.

My Prima Planner - In the Moment

Here is my "In the Moment" planner all dolled up for January.

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My Prima Planners

Have you gotten your new My Prima Planner? They are absolutely amazing!

Frank Garcia's Memory Hardward

I created a lovely photo album using Prima's Memory Hardware journal. Click the "read more" tab to see the entire album.

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Christine Adolph Stamps

I love to use stamping to add interest and texture to my crafting projects. I will be sharing my latest project using Prima's new Christine Adolph stamps.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

At Peace - Webster's Pages

Have you ever just had a moment where you were totally at peace? No worries, nowhere to be, no place to go? This was that moment for me. I wasn’t aware my husband took the photo until we returned home from our vacation. I remember sitting at the computer at Ritz Photo and downloading our photos. As soon as I saw the photo I wanted to be back in that place on that beautiful Puerto Rican beach.

I started with the back of A Seahorse's Legend for my background. I wanted a color that would bring out the warmth of the rocks and my skin where the sun is shining down on me. I love the color combination of turquoise and red especially with the warm yellow background.

I used the back of Hide and Seek to create the round turquoise medallions. I used the front page to create the floral embellishment. Next I used Far & Away which was full of beautiful starfish and swirls. I cut the images I liked and placed them throughout my page. 

One of the reasons I love Webster’s Pages is because I love to fussy cut. I have found that their lines are full of beautiful, intricate designs which can easily be turned into customized embellishments.Finally, I added K & Company, My Mind's Eye and Prima crystals.

This layout is packed full of goodies yet I have used minimal supplies to create it. (See supply list below)

Patterned Papers and Journaling Cards – Webster’s Pages Seaside Retreat
Crystals – Prima, K & Company and My Mind’s Eye
Alphas- Prima


MommaSaid said...

What a stunning page! Thank you for breaking down how you used the paper. A lot of times, I try to do that and just can't figure it out.

Lisa said...

Robin, this is fabulous. That picture rocks!!! Your fussy cutting is impeccable!

JustYolie said...