Monday, 22 April 2013

UKS Weekly Challenge - April Week 3

After a little accident involving a hot oven , some cooking oil and my decolletage I found myself at home yesterday and while for most of it I lay on the sofa I managed to put together this page for the weekly challenge over on UKS in the afternoon.

The challenge was;

  • Scrap something or someone you love (10 points)
  • Use the colour palette (10 points)
  • Use a shaped element on your page (10 points)
I stuck as close to the colour palette as possible using an old Sarah's Cards Kit - Paper Trunk.  I scrapped a photo from our recent trip to the Lakes as I love them; their beauty, the walking it offers and the fact that a lot of my ancestors are from the South Lakes makes me feel I have a connection there.  I've used a few shaped elements - fussy cut flowers, circles and a ticket stub to embellish.


The photo is made up of three separate shots of Wast Water which I have stitched together using Photo Merge in PSE.  A great little tool!

Back to the hospital for me this morning to have my dressings changed and then a little more recuperation scrapping time I think!

8 comments:

Helen said...

its gorgeous and I am impressed you managed anything. Hope today goes ok and you manage some more scrapping time.

Maria Ontiveros said...

OUch! I hope you heal quickly.
Lovely use of colors in your layout today.
Hugs,
Rinda

Louise said...

oooh Julia that doesn't sound good - wishing you a speedy recovery x I love the photo and had a closer look after seeing that it was three photos - you would never know. I like how you have kept the focus of the layout centralised x

My simple life said...

great layout, hope you're feeling better now :(

Carin McDonough said...

Oh no Julia, that sounds really painful, I hope you are ok! Beautiful layout, I love how the paper kind of replicates the mountain :D

Sandra said...

Oh my gosh, I hope you're ok! Well I'm glad to see your injuries haven't effected your scrapping xxx

KraftyKaren said...

Wishing you quick healing - don't forget the bio oil once it has healed to help reduce the scar.

Lovely layout xx

Lynne said...

I use Bio oil on my leg scra and now use it for aging skin!! Expensive but great stuff!!

This is very different and well done you for stitching together, forgotten how to do this!!!

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