C.S.I. Case#2

Hi people! I've solved the second case! Here's a copy of the file.
I was stumped. The palette had gotten to me. You see, lavender was not a colour I used normally. Plus, it was to be a boy page. So, this is what I came up with.

Here you can see my 'hidden' journalling peeping out from behind my photo. This is what it says.
"Dream, my little one... Dream of impossible beautiful beings and imaginary far-away places, and creatures little and large far beyond your ken and my reasoning. And know I'll always be by your side  waiting and willing to take part in these wonderful flights of fancy for as long as you need me to... And after you stop wanting me to, I'll still be there...."
Here are some close-ups.
This is my sheer element. It's a flourish I cut from packaging using my Tim Holtz die painted with Distress Rock Candy. My architectural element is a Dusty Attic fence. The bee is fussy cut and covered with Glossy Accents. For my title, I used a paper clip that says Dream.
 For my stone element, I used, well, stone! My son, and I, love stones.
 A flower and button cluster...

And finally, my lavender component. Fussy cut dragonflies! The dangly bit I made with an amethyst I had and a charm hung from a Tim Holtz button.
I really enjoyed putting this page together. I hope you like it. Thanks for stopping by! 

1 comment:

  1. Wow, what a beautiful page! So happy I came by your blog to see the amazing details you included and so happy you joined CSI! Looking forward to seeing more of your beautiful work in our gallery with future Case Files!