This special feature highlights a favourite kit of mine – Creme Caramel – a kit that is essentiall feminine and has a nice heritage style yet is equally suitable to showcase more modern photos too.
This kit produced some really gorgeous layouts as you can see below – I hope they provide some inspiration for your future layouts.
To see the layouts full size just click on any layout.
|Free to be Me by Carla |
Echo is one cat that simply loves to roll in the soft dirt under the oak trees in the side yard...of course...she could have been posing for my camera!
|Classic Model T by Carla |
Kent and I went to the Zonta Arts and Crafts Festival here in town this past weekend and there were quite a few of the Classic Cars for "Cruzin' the Coast" being showcased. One of my favorites was this wonderful, old Model T Ford.
|Alice by webfrau|
|Love Celebrated – 50 years by Scrapping4him |
This portrait of my grandparents to celebrate their 50th anniversary is exactly how I see them in my memories of them.
|Creme Caramel by happybeingamom |
This LO is for the featuring You challenge, we used Cream Caramel Page Kit by Lauren Bavin
|Beautiful You by Mars|
Lauren Bavin - Creme Caramel
|Jackson by Nekobus ||Daniel 1 by Sharon Lyn |
|Tall by Teetopper|
This beautiful kit is perfect for little girls, big girls, heritage, romance, weddings, just about anything you can think of that would benefit from soft creams, lace and gorgeous flowers. I love the textures of the papers, and it is so easy to work with!
|Mom and Her Sister by Kuka |
Love the caramel colors and flower stamp's color adds a very interesting vintage touch.
|Write it on your heart by Chanmansmom |
Creme Caramel by Lauren Bavin
|Father by Goshiki|
The monuments and art at historic St. Michael's Cemetery ran the gamut. I have used three different photos for this page and you can see the diversity. The ornate ironwork surrounded the largest, most opulent monument in the cemetery. The small stone was obviously hand made and had 'Father' etched into it with a nail; every bit as striking as the more expensive art. There are approximately 3200 marked graves at St. Michaels dating from 1812 to 2008. There are also close to 4000 unmarked sites that have been detected using ground penetrating radar and soil surveying. These burials are estimated to be from as early as the 16th century.
|Fly - Grad 2002 by Mars |
I love this beautiful feminine kit. These are some older scanned photos from my daughter's grad that suit the shabby chic elegance.
|Each Day by sandygb |
Beautiful kits and wonderful word art. It doesn't get any better than that! Ryan needed to take a family photo to daycare today, so I took a photo of them and printed it for them. This one isn't the sharpest, but it was the best of all 3 of them.
|Miranda and Ben by Memouse|
|State Honors Choir Auditions |
Alana was one of 7 girls from the School Choir chosen to audition for the State Honors Choir this year. It is her first year to sing in the School Choir so she was very excited!
|Mom by RobinE |
Journaling reads: "She was a beautiful bride, but it wasn’t to last. Not three years after this photo was taken she left my father, claiming she wanted to be free like her friends. I can never look at this photo without mixed feelings."
Autumn Sunset Reflections by Kuka
A second page for Featuring You Challenge with Caramel Creme. This is my house entrance which faces west and usually gets the sunset colors reflected on the stone walls. This time the Green Ash Tree next to the entrance whose leaves were in glorious reds and yellows added to the blending of autumn colors.
|Remember by Sanra ||Father-in-Law by Moog25 |
Gemma with her father-in-law Mike
|Elk in Skates by Kuka|
This was a fun and crazy quickie page using Creme Caramel and Cutie Pie Alpha both by Lauren Bavin.
|Just Charlotte by StacieMac |
This photo is of my youngest daughter posing during one of our practice photo shoots. I love the little hint of a smile she is giving me.