A Time In Venice

Hi all,

Well I am here today to sharing one of my past scrapbook pages from my travels to Venice, Italy. As Jennifer had set the challenge for the design team to post something from our past posts or to post something that had to with vacations. So I figured I’d do both. 😀
My husband was in the military and we were stationed in Italy for about 3 1/2 years. I totally love Italy and I so wish we could live there.
So here I am back in 1987, lol, with my hubby in Venice. They were getting ready for the Gondola Event. I love Venice, it’s so beautiful and loved seeing all the architecture. Boy, I sure do miss it.

***This picture shows the Gondola’s in the Venice Canal. 


***This is one of the boats getting decorated for the event.

***Picture of Cathedral in San Marcos Square.

Supplies:
Paper: Graphic 45 – Come Away With Me
Flowers: Prima flowers
Die  Cuts: Spellbinders – A2 Matting Basics A Dies
So here I am back in 1987, lol, with my hubby in Venice. They were getting ready for the Gondola Event. I love Venice, it’s so beautiful and loved seeing all the architecture. Boy, I sure do miss it. 
Well I hope you enjoyed my scrapbook page of Venice Italy. It brings back such wonderful memories, I love looking at these old photos.
Please leave me a comment I like reading the comments below and let me know where you’ve traveled. Have a wonderful day and stay crafty!
Deborah xxx

A Golden Christmas

Merry Christmas Everyone!!

Today I am sharing with you a card I was inspired to make using Graphic 45, “A Christmas Carol”. Our Theme this month is Christmas here at Crafty Card Gallery! The inspiration came from the Scrap Of Darkness & Scrap Of Elegance Inspiration Board, I just couldn’t resist using the colors to create a Christmas card.

Used the Graphic 45 – A Christmas Carol.
Items used from my stash –  Gold leaf around my frame, and Renea Bouquet gold microbeads as an accent around the border of the card. Flowers are from Prima Marketing with Renea Bouquet Chunky Glitter Glass sprinkled around them.

I know this is pretty quick posting. But with the Christmas Day here I just wanted to inspire you and wish you all a Merry Christmas. 
Hugs, 
Deborah xxx