Monday, May 13, 2013

Clothesline Inspired Crate Paper Projects!

Hi Everyone!! Husband and I went to Italy last month and I totally loved the clotheslines stretched between buildings! It inspired me to make a couple of new projects that are featured today on the Crate Paper Blog! I used the Maggie Holmes line for this vintage frame decor that is hanging above my work table in my scrap room. I love how it turned out!

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And I used the new awesome Crate Paper line The Pier for this throwback layout of my oldest daughter. I converted the photos to black and white cause I shot in auto mode at the time and thought I was a good photographer. I wasn't. But back and white usually makes it all better!

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Clothespins are a fun and easy way to add some dimension and whimsy to your projects! I hope you check them out!!

11 comments:

  1. Oh I love this!! Such a great colorful way to display your photos!

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  2. These are GORGEOUS!! I just adore them!!

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  3. wow !!!!!! love this !!!!! so wonderful !!!!!!!!

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  4. So lovely! nice change of pace from a wreath.

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  5. I really like that you framed the pics with such bright pp!

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  6. This is so beautiful! I discovered your blog today and spent an hour going through all your great creations! I LOVE your December Daily's so much!! I was wondering if you print your own photos and what printer and paper etc you use?? I am trying to decide whether to start doing that and is it cost effective? Thanks in advance for your response. I have become one of your many followers.
    crschaf@knology.net Knoxville,TN

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  7. Thanks so much for all your kind words ladies! Your comments mean so much to me :) @crschaf, I do print all my photos at home with a Canon Pixma printer. I buy photo paper and ink at Costco. I love being able to print and use photos right away!

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  8. I love how your little project turned out too! These are lovely photos with an equally lovely idea. And just like you, I print photos at home too. I love the freedom to print my photos any time I want and even edit it a little while I'm at it. I am looking forward to more of your beautiful creations! Shelley Dade

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  9. fabulous creative project, love the layers of details in your creations

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