Yay! Today's the day for the Webster's Wonderfall Blog Hop! Are you ready to win some fun prizes and be totally inspired by the amazing team? If so, you have to join us.
Today we are highlighting the awesome Wonderfall line. It's perfect for those back to school, hayride and fall fun photos, but it's versatile enough for your everyday pictures, too!
Some of you may be coming from Karola's blog. If so, this is your last stop!
Speaking of Karola, here is my page using a darling photo of her adorable little girl, Rose. It was such a treat to scrap a girl for a change.
I used a white piece of cardstock as the base and adhered a piece of the Wonderfall vellum to it. I love the bright yellow look it gives the page. I stitched the edges to secure it even more.
Next, I added lots of handcut flowers from the patterned paper as well as some Bloomers and stickers.
I tucked an envelope behind the main photo so that Karola can write some journaling and tuck it in there. A sparkler was the perfect touch on the closure. And, because it was a girly page, I created a ruffled border from the fabric ribbon and placed it along the bottom of the picture.
So, would you like to win a bit of WonderFALL for yourself? Each design team member is giving away a set of WonderFALL journaling cards and a set of our scalloped sparklers! All you have to do is leave a comment on my blog to be entered for a chance to win. (You can comment on every blog for lots of chances.) I'd love to know what your favorite fall recipe is. I'm always on the lookout for anything with apples, butternut squash or pumpkins. You can even link me up to your favorite recipe, if you'd like!
All comments should be received by midnight on Sunday, October 17. AND, don't forget our live chat at Inspire Me on Monday, October 18 at 6pm PST/9pm EST. We'll be wrapping up this fun event and announcing the winners!
Thanks so much for stopping by. If you've visited the rest of the ladies' blogs, then head on back to Inspire Me for even more inspiration. The gallery there is always awesome, and there is an album filled with Wonderfall projects!
Thanks so much for stopping by!