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Reflections of roses

December 14, 2012

Hello again

I love taking photographs of flowers, and especially like how the light falls on flowers creating a contrast of light and shadow and bringing out different colours not always apparent.  I used to do watercolour painting and used these photos as a basis for my paintings.  Now I am in the process of putting the photos into an album.  Here are a couple of large photos that I have trimmed down a little and put into a double page spread.  It has been quite a challenge with large photos so I think it has turned out well.  The Reflections Range of papers and embellishments complement the colours of the roses and also go well with all my flower photos – and I have a lot and still counting now I have a lovely new camera.  Sigh… It will keep me very busy for a long time! At least I have my Memory Manager 4.0 to keep my photos organised on my computer.

Gorgeous double page roses layout

Here are the two pages side by side.  I have linked the two pages together with a Reflections Range Ribbon and also cut out images from my photos for balance and alternated the outdoor roses with the roses in the vase.  As you can see I love flowers and couldn’t resist a little flower on the ribbon under the journalling.  I have finished off with a sentiment from Creative Memories and some Enchanted Epoxy Stickers.

Everyone has their own style and I am very much a “square” person and everything has to be balanced.  I am trying very hard to be more “freestyle” but it is an ongoing battle.

I also look a the photos themselves and the colours that are in the photos.  Here the complementary colours of pink and green help bring the photos alive and stand out.  I have never used a colour wheel and am instinctive about how I use different colours.  However, a colour wheel can be a very useful tool if you are unsure about how to mix colours together.

Large photo layout of roses

Here are the pages in separate images.

Reflections of Roses - a large photo layout.

Materials used:

Creative Memories card stock – Green

Creative Memories Reflections RibbonsCreative Memories Reflections flowers

Creative Memories Reflections Storybox Journalling page

Creative Memories Enchanted Expoxy Stickers

Creative Memories General Purpose Scissors

Creative Memories Simply Beautiful Sentiment

Creative Memories Tape Runner

Here is the finished painting for your information.

Finished painting of my roses.

Many thanks for visiting and I hope you get some inspiration for your own crafting.

Happy Scrapping.

Patricia





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