Thursday, February 02, 2006

A Really Grape Scrapbook Page...

My kids usually provide a good laugh for me every day. On this particular occasion, my youngest was sitting at the counter eating grapes that I had in a plastic storage container while I was preparing dinner. I turned around to look at her and THIS is what I saw. (See photo) She was proudly wearing the container on her head and waving the now empty grape stem around.

When I was looking again at this photo, I decided that she looked like some sort of "grape princess" and created this layout. I actually struggled with creative block on this for quite a while, but then I remembered a page I saw on the digital scraplift blog and decided to scraplift it. The inspiration page was a scraplift as well, so this is a scraplift of a scraplift!

I created the purple background for this and used Mo Jackson's frame and old paper from her Primitive Scrapbooking set. The bow is from a kit I had by Debbie Pearson and the painted edge overlay was created by Doris Castle. The grapes are from a ding font called Counterscraps.

If you interested, journaling reads:
With a grape stem as your scepter and a plastic storage container for a crown, Abi you are the cutest little princess around!

2 comments:

Carla said...

LOL! That is an awesome lo! I love everything about it! You've become quite the amazing digi-scrapper Trish!

Carla said...

You're welcome for the comment! Thanks for always leaving a nice note on my blog too! Have a great day T!