As I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do, I decided to use the sketch and do a Scrapbook page instead of a card. Sketches are very easy to adjust from card size to layout size.
When I saw the scallop border on this sketch I knew that the page needed a water photo. This photo is of my two daughters - Heather & Emily - last summer as we vacationed on Moosehead Lake in Maine. The water was calm and they looked so peaceful sitting on the dock looking over the lake. Even though there are 11 years age difference between them, they are amazingly close.
My scallop edge was made using the Martha Stewart Traditional Scallop border punch. Next I used the Bazzill In Stitch'z templates to stitch the vertical lines from the sketch.
Aren't these little girl punches adorable!!! I'm not sure who makes the punch. I have had it for quite some time. I just thought that it fit the theme of my page perfectly.
That's it for today. Thanks for stopping in for a visit today. Have a wonderful day!!!
Paper: Pebbles, Inc My Baby Boy Stripe, DCWV
Ink: Versamagic Night Sky, Versamagic Aegean Blue
Accessories: Spellbinders Classic Circle & Pinking Circle Nestabilities, Spellbinders Labels 6, Martha Stewart Traditional Scallop Border Punch, Bazzill In Stitch'z templates, popdots, Cuttlebug Swirls Embossing folder, embroidery floss