Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Outdoor Adventures with Lisa Andrews

At first glance, you may not think that the Glitz Design Vintage Blue collection would work very well for outdoor adventure type layouts, but I thought that it worked perfectly for two layouts I created recently.

 We were able to spend quite a bit of time outdoors in September, so I have a lot of photos of our family and friends enjoying the outdoors.

My first layout is about a visit to Walnut Canyon which is near Flagstaff, AZ. It's one of our favorite places to visit whenever we are in the area. It's a nice little hike where you get to explore Native American Ruins. The kids also love talking about what people who lived there might have done in each area of the site.

I did add in a bit of the Dance in Sunshine line because I loved how the purple and teal look with the Vintage Blue line. It's fantastic how well these line compliment each other.

My next layout is about a hiking trip my husband and I took with friends to Havasupai in the Grand Canyon. This was an amazing trip and it was a challenge to narrow down just a few photos for one page.

The stickers in the Vintage Blue line were just right for this layout. Love that the sayings can work for many different events.

Thanks for letting me share a couple of my recent outdoor adventures with you today!


Walnut Canyon Layout Supplies
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue" Paper: Toile, Floral, Stripe
Glitz Designs "Dance in Sunshine" Paper: Raindrops
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue" Glitzers
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue" Journaling Stickers
Glitz Designs "Dance in Sunshine" Epoxy Word Stickers
Glitz Designs "Dance in Sunshine" Paper Layers
Glitz Designs Teeny White Stickers

Havasupai Layout Supplies
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue" Paper: Stripe, Motif, Polka, Rose
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue": Epoxy Stickers
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue" Journaling Stickers
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue" Peek a Boo Transparency
Glitz Designs "Vintage Blue" Trim
Glitz Designs Teeny Woodgrain Alpha
Other: Staples

1 comment:

Christa said...

HOw Inspiring! I never would ahve thought to use it for outdoorsy pictures! Lovely work!