Monday, February 6, 2012


Good morning friends!  Today we are going to look at a layout using Silvia's Silver Serenade kit - it's called Hamburg by Tant Eva:

This is truly one of those layouts that my hand just wants to reach out and touch, it has such a special 3D appearance, the way she's shadowed her cluster, the photos, and the vines of flowers up the right side.  That is truly a great scrapping talent in my opinion, to be able to make a layout look that "touchable."  And her cluster is truly magnificent!  She's used so many of the beautiful flowers, ribbons and butterflies that Silvia is famous for and are included in this kit.  The muted colors of the layout make the pictures really stand out. I also think the way the title is placed so that some of it is just barely behind the elements adds to its appearance of realism.  Eva created this layout for the Cluster Challenge at Gotta Pixel - she does an amazing job with clustering in many of her layouts.

I also have to comment on the photos - it's so great to see the two photos of her family side by side to compare yesterday and today.  And it's a perfect example of how vintage photos were colored, and the bright colors we have in today's photos.  I am sure this is a layout that will be very much enjoyed.

You can get Silver Serenade, along with its extra embossed papers, here:

That's it, see you tomorrow!

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