Wednesday, March 31, 2010

More Cocoa Daisy

I thought I would finish sharing the rest of my Cocoa Daisy projects - this one is probably my personal favorite that I created, mostly because I love the photo and the colors are so vivid.


Sometimes I really do wonder, who's that girl - she's growing up so fast.



And this one is one of Emma's faves because of the pictures - one of our fun times at the Magic Kingdom. The photo frames are a digital photo grouping.



Then I still had some great paper scraps left on my desk - so I threw together this one, adding my own embellishments. It's kind of fun having another photographer around the house. Now I can scrap the occasional photo of me. hehehe



Hope you are having a great week!
Lucy

20 comments:

  1. Gorgeous work Lucy! You're right about the vivid colors in that first LO..stunning! It's great that you're scrapping yourself...nice photo btw...:)

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  2. wow...these are amazing...i love your style of scrapping...xxx

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  3. I love that first layout. You have such a knack for pulling together so many different colours and making them look stunning. You have inspired me to try and throw some more colours in my mix than just the obvious. In fact, it inspired me to do this layout: http://onescrappydoctor.blogspot.com/2010/03/studio-time.html
    Which I lifted from your "Ponder" layout you posted a little while ago because I loved it so much.

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  4. my favorite is the layout you threw together from scraps. told ya.. magic fingers! you turned scraps into gorgeousness.

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  5. Oh my! I really looooooove all of them!!! Especially the last one!!! Gorgeous work as usual!!

    hugs

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  6. I love these layouts, especially Who's That Girl - the colors are so rich and enhance your photo perfectly! Thanks for sharing them!

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  7. Wow I cant say which one is the best!! All are beautiful!!
    Luzma

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  8. Such beautiful layouts, Lucy!! LOVE the colors of the first page too, and love how you added some pink to match with your daughters dress!

    Wishing you a GREAT week too!!

    XXXJenneke

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  9. I agree...such beautiful LO's!!! I always love to see all the details that you put into each piece of art that you create!!!

    Wishing you a great day sweet friend!!

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  10. Beautiful girl!! They grow up so quickly :( Capture the moments when we can I guess lol Hugs Jamie

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  11. OMG Lucy that first LO is just stunning...the colors and how you scrap it... love that patch work....i want it!!!!and the other LO's too...wow just gorgeous...it's been a delight coming here today and checkin' out your creations! thanks for all the great inspiration!!!

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  12. You know, I have been absent from the blog hopping scene for far too long. I have soooo missed seeing your gorgeous work! I almost didn't recognize Emma in the first layout. I know I've been gone for a while but that picture put it in perspective for me. She looks so grown up! Really love the layout of you...she did a fantastic job behind the camera! Wishing you and your family a blessed Easther! xoxo L

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  13. WOW! What an amazing production Lucy! Love all of those los. Congrats on being guest DT. You have rocked that kit!

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  14. Wow I love the gorgeous brights in the first layout and cannot believe you just picked up some scraps and created that gorgeous 3rd layout, perfect.

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  15. such a gorgeous pic of Em on the first layout , Lucy ! & wow she takes awesome pics of you at this tender age !!! adorable !!!

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  16. Gosh... that first layout is just gorgeous... so, so lovely. Everything you've done with this kit is marvelous.
    I'd love to see what you'd do with a Studio Calico kit.
    And yes, it is nice having a photographer close by, isn't it? (My DH is my own personal photog, and so I have tons of pics for my navel gazing LOs!)

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  17. Beautiful projects!!! I was immediately drawn to the first one - that plaid paper is BEAUTIFUL as is what you did the page and the girl is too. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Love the bright colors too! I am still thinking about your fabric project...just got some canvas...I'm feeling an art project coming on! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  19. Love how you used the kit Lucy! One thing after the other draws my eye in. So creative as usual :)

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  20. Lucy I loved this LO so much I tried to do one for myself. It's nowhere near as beautiful, but here's my take: http://wickysticket.blogspot.com/2010/06/honestly.html
    All your pages are just so inspiring. You are so incredibly talented.

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