Saturday, July 10, 2010

A Challenge and A Giveaway



Our wonderful Vintage Gluebook instructor Mary, of Green Paper, just keeps spoiling us with lovely images. Now, she's issued a challenge to use these images and everyone who does has a chance to win one of her vintage paper packages. I've used the image sheet Mary gave us to make another gluebook spread. For this challenge Mary said we could add anything we like as long as we used at least part of the three images given. I added a small digital image of a sailor to the letter...can you see him? Be sure to head on over to Green Paper and download the beautiful image sheet and enter the challenge!

10 comments:

joy said...

Very, very clever! (the sailor) And, I love the way you added the bouquet of flowers to the left corner of the envy, too. Great spread.

Lenna Young Andrews said...

This is wonderful! I love the soft image of the sailor and the way you have placed the envelope across the spread. Also how you cut the flowers out. So great!!

South City Hues said...

Linda...this is so gorgeous. I kept seeing your lovely work and signed up for the Vintage Glue Book lessons. Now people work at our own pace. I am not doing so well and have much to learn.

Miss Iowa said...

Super pages! Love that mysterious sailor image.

Mary Green said...

This is stunning!

Miss Sandy said...

That is such a pretty layout! I love the letter behind the envelope. Thank you for sharing your creativity.

Kimberly said...

What a pretty page, I love the softness and gentility that you captured! Such a pleasure to find your blog through this challenge.
enJOY,
Kimberly

Kat's World said...

Very lovely...it flows so well. Beautiful eye candy.

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Lyneen said...

Picked up my book today... I hope to start soon!