Saturday, June 8, 2013
Special Investigator at CSI#75
I am thrilled when Debbi dropped me an email to be one of the Special Investigators for the month on June on CSI! So here am I and this one is a challenge. I'm not a very girly pastel girl. so I made this wedding layout as I had wanted it to be, more rugged. And hey I had never scrapped a single photo from my wedding, this would be my first:)
My evidences include lace, chevrons, flowers, wood and distressing. Testimony - add jewel to this layout. The title and journaling is based on a song by Etta James At Last. Oh well, I never knew Etta James or what song she sings. Seriously, I was at the verge of choosing some other more known wedding songs. I happen to chance upon this song from a CD I bought to play at the wedding and I totally love her voice the moment I heard this song. We chosed this song was the march in song at the wedding dinner. Since this song was memorable to us at the wedding, I decided to use one line of the lyrics as the journaling, which was also meaningful to me as *thankfully* the day passed quite smoothly and hence life is like a song, a bliss. Do drop by CSI for more details on the challenge and come play along!
Noteables: Authentique Foundations pink cardstock, Teresa Collins Timeless Pink Damask, Tattered Anels Glimmer Screens Ironworks, Prima Floral stencil, Distress Stain Picket Fence, Crackle Paint Picket Fence, Distress inks Tumbled Glass/Victorian Velvet, Webster pages lace, October Afternoon Mini Market, Pink Paislee timber alphas, Texture paste, inspired by Let's Scrap card sketch 5-5-11