Friday, 15 April 2016

Scrap our stash



My last full piece of scrapping paper from my counterfeit kit and an opportunity to scrap some photos I've hoarded. I've also used another Futuristic orange paper.

This challenge features clouds full of ideas and people.
My photos are from Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
(Read here for more infohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angkor_Wat )

The Buddhist monks follow religious ideas and wear orange robes.
I hope that explains my connection to the photo.

I've used a big Heidi Swapp wood veneer. "Journey" word.
There are several tiny gold features plus an acetate arrow and 2 vellum clouds at the top.
 Hope you like it!

13 comments:

Steffanie said...

Love the colors, the vellum clouds and the title. Nice work with the challenge. Thanks for playing along at Scrap Our Stash!!

Brenda said...

Great layout and wonderful job completing the challenge! Thank you for playing along with Scrap Our Stash!

Natsuko Suzuki said...

Wonderful! I like how you connected the photo to the orange color.Thanks for joining us at SOS!

ElenaB. said...

Awesome layout!! Thanks for playing at SOS!

Sherri Caramico said...

Great colors and layout! Thanks for playing along at SOS!!

ÅsaJ said...

Lovely page! The colours looks so great together! Thank you for joining us at Scrap Our Stash! Åsa xx

Zsoka Marko said...

Great page! Love how you have orange in the photo too! Thanks for playing along with us at SOS! X

Zsoka Marko said...

Great page! Love how you have orange in the photo too! Thanks for playing along with us at SOS! X

Susanne said...

Oh, you've given a richness to this layout about that ancient place. Excellent!

TantiK Creation said...

I love the clouds. Awesome take on the book cover challenge. Thank you for joinng us at Scrap Our Stash.

LCSmithSAVED said...

Love how you've captured the mood of your photo with your page elements! I haven't heard about this trip...yet!

Marie Claude Rodier said...

What an interesting layout. Great use of the color combo. Thanks for joining us at SOS.

Lisa said...

I adore the large veneer word and what lovely photos. The colour scheme is so perfect for the topic. Gorgeous