Sunday, October 17, 2010

Websters Pages - Wonderfall

Have you seen the new fall line by Websters Pages called "Wonderfall"? It is just gorgeous! Websters just has an amazing way of creating beautiful patterned papers. I usually come out of my local scrap store with my bag full of their beautiful designs.

I made this layout a week ago and wanted to wait and share it with you until I bought my new camera. I took pictures with my trusty old camera and now my new one -and let me tell you - I am in love! It's sort of like when you switch over to HD on your television - you don't know what you are missing until you actually see the quality change! It was totally worth it's high price tag! I feel like a little kid - just experimenting and taking pictures of everything that moves (and doesn't) :o)

Recipe for this design:
Websters Pages - paper and bloomer ribbon
Basic Grey - paper
American Crafts - cardstock
Prima - butterfly spray, flowers
Maya Road - stick pin
Melissa Frances - crown
Tattered Angels - glimmer mist, scroll frame
Martaha Stewart - daisies
Vintage - doily, buttons, lace
Other - leaves, pumpkin twill tape, paper leaf doily

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. O wow! I love your blog and shabby-soft-chic style! It is always so exciting to find other crafters into this "fashion" :) I will come by often to see your beautiful creations! :)


  2. How pretty! I haven't tried the Webster's Pages line, but you have me sold on it.:-) Thanks for sharing!

  3. This is STUNNING Mary!!! Congrats on your new camera!!!

  4. OMG! Another beautiful piece. All the small things you are putting into this make a massive impact! amazing~! Still wondering how you use/store 'em.


  5. This is jaw dropping, gorgeous! Your layouts are just beautiful and love all the little details you put into this one.

  6. Another beautiful creation! I love the colors you chose and all of the amazing detail you added to the layout.

  7. I don't know how you do it! Your projects are absolutely stunning! All of the detail and dimension just fabulous, every time! :)

  8. Mary,

    I love your photo frame. It it very eye catching and filled with enough detail to keep the eyes focused on the project. I truly like the manner in which you used color--especially with the flowers! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us!

    Carol Hager