Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Bon Jour pages

I'm including two layouts I have recently finished using the Bon Jour collection from Kaisercraft. One with photos one without. I recently posted about a 3rd layout I created using this lovely collection and the sketch from the Kaisercraft blog.
I created these pages with specific photos in mind but I can't find the photos. I'm hoping my MIL has then on her computer because I can't find them on mine. That being said the photos I'm looking for are also from a time when my photo storage system was inadequate and confusing. I must go back through all my photos and rename them (from this era anyway) to make it easier to find photos to scrap. 
The photos I'm looking for feature my daughter at about 14 months old wearing a dress from Paris hence the Eiffel Tower in the fussy cutting.




These pages are inspired from a class I took at BPC on double page layouts. If I remember correctly the example didn't have photos either so I guess it is only fitting I do the same. The blue in these pages matches perfectly with my memory of that Paris dress.

I haven't scrapped many of my wedding photos since I first started scrapping so this layout won't fit in with that album however I thought the papers suited the colours of our wedding, my dress and my bouquet so I scrapped them anyway. 

 I really like the butterfly stamp with this range. Very beautiful.






8 comments:

  1. I can feel a shopping spree coming on! What a gorgeous set!!!

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  2. Gorgeous layouts! Those papers are divine.

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  3. Stunning layouts. Your wedding one should be framed and put up on a wall, its gorgeous.

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  4. LOL! about the lost photos! I have no idea where half of my early photos are (late 90s through about 2004). I have them I just need to go through them! Love the wedding Layout! It is GORGEOUS! Thanks for sharing!!! -Amanda

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  5. This is beautiful! Love the Eiffel Tower on there and the butterfly is perfect!

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