Generations Apart – Delys Cram

Delys sent through this stunning layout today using the “Amy Butler Lotus Tea Box  Peony” and “Lacework” papers.

Delys writes:

Loved doing this one …and another heritage LO for my scrapbook. I also used the punch for petals for flowers and I also did a fair bit of hand cutting! Ive layered them all up using foam tape. The inner border/frame is a favourite of mine at the moment using a slit punch. The journaling block was using the templates on the back of the Amy Butler papers which are very very cool!


Here’s a closer look at the corner detail.


Thanks Delys!

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9 Responses to Generations Apart – Delys Cram

  1. Hannah says:

    This is gorgeous, Delys! You sure did a lot of hand-cutting in this one, and it looks sensational!

  2. Rochelle says:

    Love your LO & what a lot of work but worth it.

  3. Ann says:

    Love, Love, Love it!!!!!
    Stunning work Delys.

  4. Sue says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous layout!!

  5. Nancy says:

    That is such a lovely page Delys.

  6. Lesley says:

    Gorgeous layout Delys

  7. Heidi says:

    WOW – Breathtaking Delys – Love everything about it and love that split punch border

  8. Michelle W says:

    Delys – I love this! You have done loads of work with all that cutting. It looks gorgeous and makes the Amy Butler paper look amazing.

  9. Dianna says:

    Delys thats so stunning love the scalloped inner border. Were the scissors part of the kit it all looks great the way you clustered it together.

    Hi Dianna, yes the scissors were from the Amy Butler Cardstock ephemera that came with the kit. -Kate =)

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