25 March 2010

And Now for Something a Little Bit Different...

Continuing in my quest to finish my daughter's scrapbooking in time for graduation (HA!), I have been working on several pages from last year's Madrigal Dinner. She played the part of the queen, so we ended up with lots and lots of pictures and memorabilia. I made eight pages to document the entire event, with some additional 8.5x11 pages to accommodate newspaper articles and so forth. The page below is the first in the series.


Of course I had to abandon my normally streamlined style for something a *little* more elaborate (but not TOO elaborate!) for these pages. I even pulled out my little-used QuicKutz font, Eliza, which worked great for titles. I also used my 4x4 QK flourish dies to add a little flair. The paper is an older CTMH set that I've been holding (aka HOARDING!) for just such an occasion. :-)

*sigh* Madrigal...I will miss you. :-(

5 comments:

Jill/Twipply Skwood said...

Oh I love how you did the corners! Very pretty on the whole thing!

Maureen said...

Wow, lovely page Janet... and those costumes! So wonderful!!!

Fonda said...

Spectacular!

Debbie said...

Beautiful, both the page and your daughter!

Janet said...

Thanks, guys! Our Madrigal production is really something special. It was fun working on these photos! ;-)