Friday, September 09, 2011

Featuring YOUR layouts–Midnight Silver


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The feature kit for this challenge was Midnight Silver  which is a very formal and elegant page kit great for heritage layouts but as you will see by the layouts below very adaptable to other purposes.

 

Here are some great layouts using my Midnight Silver Page Kit which I hope will help you with your scrapping by giving you some inspiration.

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Dunedin Railway Station by Lauren Bavin

A few photos of the interior that I thought were quite arty -I used my Midnight Silver page kit

Heart by Mars

This is scraplift of: Our Kitty by renee s (I rotated it) for Lauren's Gimme a Copy 4 challenge which is to scraplift a given layout from a previous gimme more challenge. I also used the kit for 'Featuring You' challenge. All layouts entered using the challenge kit are featured on Lauren's blog.
CREDITS
Midnight Silver page kit by Lauren Bavin
Midnight Gold by Lauren Bavin
Edgers: Dickens word art by Tina Chambers

SS Ohio by Teetopper

This kit is amazing! I love the swirls and textures. The photo I used is very old, and not in good shape, but the textures in this kit made it look great!
This layout is for Lauren's latestFeaturing You Challenge. This week's kit is Midnight Silver. Create a layout with this kit and link to her forum, and you could be in the draw for a free kit! Isn't that awesome?
This is the ship that my DH's Great Grandfather and Great Great Grandparents came to America on in 1875.
Journaling reads:
SS Ohio was an iron passenger-cargo steamship built by William Cramp & Sons in 1872. The second of a series of four Pennsylvania-class vessels, Ohio and her three sister ships—Pennsylvania, Indiana and Illinois—were the largest iron ships ever built in the United States at the time of their construction,[1] and amongst the first to be fitted with compound steam engines. They were also the first ships to challenge British dominance of the transatlantic trade since the American Civil War.
Ohio spent most of her career on the Liverpool-Philadelphia route she had originally been designed to service. After 25 years of transatlantic crossings, Ohio was sold in 1898 for service in the Alaskan gold rush. She was wrecked in British Columbian waters in 1909. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SS_Ohio_(1872)
On November 2, 1875, a group of immigrants took passage on the steamship "Ohio" of the North-German Lloyd. On Nov. 23, after a rough voyage of twenty-one days, they landed at Baltimore. Philip (Peter) Bieker and his family was among those passengers.
Credits:
Midnight Silver Page Kit by Lauren Bavin

Which is Which by Kuka

This is one of my favorite pictures of my kids. Doggie was one of the cutest dogs we've had.
Journaling: Which is which? This was a frequently asked question in humor. Rick’’s hair was almost as shaggy as his dog’s hair.Ricky and Doggie were inseparable so people often commented that they could not tell Ricky’s face from Doggie’s. It was the
now historical hair style of the 70’s that produced the shaggy similarity and the memorable “which is which” jokes.
Midnight Silver and Midnight Gold Page Kits by Lauren Bavin, available as a value collection and as separate kits.

Joan 1954 aged 5 by Ebears

Don't you just love these old photos - me, on the right, aged 5 years inside a tree trunk in the Valley Of The Giants.
Credits:
Lauren Bavins Midnight Silver


Love You by SandyGB

This is not a new photo of Bob, but I love it and changing it to b/w with a sepia tone worked perfectly with this beautiful kit!
I duplicated the Large Swirl element and flipped it horizontally to form a heart shape.
Credits:
Midnight Silver Page Kit by Lauren Bavin

New River Gorge by memouse

Midnight Silver
Created by: Lauren Bavin


Bush Camping by Addielee'

Midnight Silver Page Kit by Lauren Bavin
The colours and texture of the scalloped mat reminded me of the campfire and quads when we went camping...so...it may seem like an odd combo, but...I thought it was worth a try!

 
Boy to Man by Mars

Featuring You - Midnight Silver
I love the metals in this kit for masculine layouts. My son came home from a summer in the bush looking like a wildman... I had to take some photos before he shaved and got a haircut.
CREDITS
Midnight Silver page kit by Lauren Bavin
Scraps of Words - All Boy Word Art by DSP Designers

 

2 comments:

  1. So nice seeing all of these pages together!

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