12 June, 2014

CSI Case File No.126 Kerry-Jean's LO

Hello Bloggers:

Here is my challenge contribution  for the CSI Case File No. 126  that Meg's Garden

For the layout I used two 12 inch papers from the Correspondence collection as the base. My Evidence was Flowers and Leaves of course and though it would be another great opportunity to use the colouring flowers technique. The paper roses, Azaleas, Gardenias, Meadow flowers, as well as the fabric Ivory Heirloom, were all coloured using the watered down acrylic paint in reusable spray bottles.

I am not the best at journaling so used the "Invite" option in the Testimony of the challenge, which lists the name of the bride and the bridegroom the date of the wedding and where it was held. I am very happy with the result too.


Take a look at the lovely prize donated by Meg's Garden this month, 
"The Correspondence Collection".
 This is an exciting & unique collection from a new Designer - Kerry-Jean Watson. The Collection is made up of 6 papers 12x12” with a 4x12” strip; a cut & create ephemera sheet along with a mini pack of the 12x12” papers reduced to 145mm square – these are ideal for cardmakers. They lend themselves to so many papercraft styles. From shabby chic with laces, flowers & ribbons to steampunk with cogs & distressing.  Not only that, they make fab backgrounds; you can tear & create strips as an addition to a project; perfect for heritage work.

Take a closer look at the papers here at Meg's Garden Website.

Take a look at the CSI site for many more wonderful inspirational layouts.

During this month the Design Team will
showcase their projects on Meg's Garden blog and 
on their own personal blogs.

Bye for now


  1. Absolutely stunning page Kerry-Jean!! You coloured the flowers beautifully to get the correct shades. A totally fabulous take on the CSI Challenge!! Love, love, love!! ox

  2. Magnificent layout. Lovely colors

  3. A very page for the wedding photos. The flowers look great tinted to the tones of the challenge and what a generous prize for some lucky person to win. :)