Wednesday, March 5, 2014

White with Latte

The challenge at White with One this month is:


As you know, I find WW1 challenges very .. well ... challenging!!  LOL.   But, maybe this one was a LITTLE easier than some ...

I dusted off my texture paste and stamps again to create this:



I really should use texture paste more often!  It's fun and such a great effect!  The drying time does make me a little impatient though :/


Thanks for visiting!

14 comments:

Judith said...

Gorgeous Chloe. I'm currently contemplating this challenge.

Kim said...

Beautiful texture on this one..

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow!! This is gorgeous! I loveeeeeeeee that photo, the colors and the flowers!!!!!

Lizzyc said...

This is gorgeous.. the photo is adorable and great use of the latte color!!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Love the way everything on the page totally complements the photo. And what a CUTE little nephew you have!!! :-)

S xo

Katie said...

Oh wow Chloe, this is absolutely stunning! Thanks for joining us at WW1.

Rikki Graziani said...

OMG!!!!!!!!!!! In love with this so much..... everything about this layout. thank you for playing along with WW1.

sarah martin said...

Such a stunning layout Chloe. I love the photo and the way you used the latte colour so well. Gorgeous embellies x

Suzanne Crowther said...

Just stunning love everything about the page love the photo

Suzanne Crowther said...

Just stunning love everything about the page love the photo

Alz said...

Oh wow Chloe! Your page is quite simply stunning! I love it! Really can't wait to see what you do with next month's colour!!!! :)

scrapwitch said...

Oh Chloe , i love seeing your piece on the WW1 board, your attention to detail and overall placement are so rad.
Brown/Latte is not my colour !
but i love this piece .
thanks for joining in with the WW1 monthly challenge

Heather McMahon said...

Awww this is adorable!

sandra said...

For someone who finds the WW1 challenges "challenging" you certainly do rock them!!
This is gorgeous
thanks for playing along with WW1 :-)