Tuesday, February 23, 2016

More than Words February challenge

This month the challenge at More than words, is to use the word wonderful, as well as sparkle.
I found this a really nice challenge to do. I used a photo of friends daughters, who both have beautiful smiles and are gorgeous girls, so it was easy to scrap them. 
I used a Websters Pages patterned paper for the background, and then added some pretty Cocoa Vanilla paper - with the word wonderful in it. I used some gold foil journaling cards as a photo mat.  
I added Cocoa Vanilla stickers, again containing the word wonderful.
 I added this recently acquired Studio Fourteen40 gold foil flair which was perfect for the layout, along with some sequins. 
I also added some cute wood veneers that I found at Typo, to add a bit of extra glam to the layout. 
Thanks More than words team, I loved this challenge. 
Thanks for looking at my layout and for any comments you may leave. 
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9 comments:

  1. Really beautiful Sandra. You have totally nailed our challenge. Love everything you have done here. Thanks so much for playing along with us at More Than Words.

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  2. Lovely photo! Gorgeous page Sandra! Thanks for joining our challenge this month over @ More Than Words... x

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  3. Wow Sandra - what a stunning photo! I adore how you've scrapped it and how you've incorporated the 'wonderful' words - so clever! Thanks for playing along with us at More Than Words!

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  4. Brilliant work Sandra !! Fresh and bright !!Thank you for joining us over at More then Words !!

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  5. Beautiful layout! Did an awesome job with our Mood Board! All the best from More Than Words! :)

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  6. Fantastic! Thank you for playing with us! MTW

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  7. Brillaint layout and so fresh! Thank you for playing with us @ More than Words!

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  8. Beautiful indeed!! Such pretty smiles, and so much sparkling goodies on your layout! Love it! Thank you for playing along with us at More Than Words!

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