Friday, 10 August 2012

horse riding lessons

Hello, hope your week has been going great.  I'm back to share with you another page using October Afternoon - Sasparilla collection - from Handmade by Suzanne

 This is a picture of my niece who happens to have horse-riding lessons each week - when I found out I had this collection to work with, I thought of her and asked my sister-in-law for some pictures.  They have been perfect to use for this country collection.
For this LO, I've used a number of the pattern papers, including the picture of the girl with the horse - I've cut a section out and machine stitched onto my page.
Here are some close-up's of the details:
 ... on of the tin pins and also the little flyer flags - such fun embellishments to work with ... I've also added in some of the hemp twine and a small Manor House creations flower ...
 love these little sticker letters - I always tend to outline them in a marker to make them stand-out ☺
... some more of the Manor House flowers and my computer journalling ...

OK, that's a quick one from me today - don't forget about the monthly sketch challenge at Handmade by Suzanne - there will be a random draw for the $40.00 voucher from the shop - WOW - how fantastic would that be.
Hope you have a happy weekend ☺

7 comments:

Lizzy Hill said...

Gosh that's a LOVELY collection - & the way you've used it is just great - LOVE the long strip of that ticking paper & that 'horsey' button is perfect!!!

mandysea said...

gorgeous collection of papers - they just gel soo well together!! specially love that blue stipe ticking paper! What a lovely memory captured with some great embellies too!

Chantal Vandenberg said...

Love this collection!! Great layout!!!

sandi said...

What a nice lo! Love the mix...looks fab together!

Di Garling said...

Great layout Chantelle. Love what you have done. Hey I just realised, we have the same blog name, except for our names of course. Cheers Di xo

Helen Tilbury said...

What a lovely layout with just the perfect papers!!

Kimberly Taylor said...

What a creativity. I really love the layout and the collections horse riding lessons you have here. It's really amazing.