Sunday, 31 October 2010

Here is a submission from one of our DT members....Sarah 'the late'

Sarah Cooper - Beach Day

This month I used a picture of William (son #3) at the beach from last summer.
I started with Fancy Pants paper, then globbed blue paint on under the photo, bit of glimmer mist then topped with an overlay (also Fancy Pants).
The sand is real... sprinkled over 3D Crystal Lacquer. I made sure to overlap the stickers under the picture and down the side.
All on top of the overlay.
I also ran a bunch of mini-brads down the side to accent the overlay design.

The square was a blank canvas sticker (Technique Tuesday) I misted then stamped with the image (my seagulls) and sentiment:
'The best things in life are not free, but priceless' (Stampin'Up!).
'beach day' title was glimmer misted and attached over more blue paint, square stickers, bling and more sand.
Summer 2009
Britannia Beach
Sun, Sand & Fun.
William's Favorite Place...

Sarah so glad you were able to get your submission in after having camera trouble :( I'm glad you were able to replace your camera too! Gorgeous arty piece this month, with paints and glimmer mist. I love the sandcastle pic you used. Love the pic of William , he looks like he is having a great time.......great inspiration from you this month Sarah. Cheers Shazza


  1. Wow fabbo Sarah!! Just love the sand, how clever is that & love all your great techniques here! What a happy chappy your son is, & delightful photo to choose for this beachy LO. Lovely work xx

  2. Cool picture haha!! Beautiful LO, love the arty look of this!
    xxx Peggy

  3. Very cute with so much to look at. I like the little slideshow down the side!! A great beach LO for this month!

  4. Wow this is super clever, I love everything here, great job.

  5. better late than to...lovely page.

  6. What a creative lo! I love love love that canvas with the stamps! And wow! so many details on your lo!

  7. Great job this month, so bright and cheerful! What a cheeky/gorgeous guy :)

  8. This is fantastic! I love all of the wonderful techniques you have used here... loving the Fancy Pants products too! xxx