Sunday, July 22, 2012

Celebrating Diwali!

Good Morning and Happy Sunday everyone!  I am happy to share a new scrapbook page with you today. This baby has been a work in progress. I started it in February, put it aside, and well, finished it sometime in June. That's how these pages seem to be going for me lately.  I want to give a big shout out to my friend Pam from The BugBytes who was so kind and generous in sharing her lights file with me. I am posting this page over on the BuyBytes blog today, so please stop over there and check out all of the amazing work from other designers. The picture is of my best friend Brandy's daughter all decked out for their most recent Diwali celebration.  She is truly a beautiful little girl.

Paper:  Basic Grey - Indie, DCWV Dazzle Stack
Silhouette:  Background lace pattern, shapes, light
Bling:  My stash

Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. Love the layers. Beautiful cuts. Tfs

  2. That is a stunning LO! Love the colors that truly catches the essence of Diwali - now off to bug Pam for the cut file so I can use it for when I make our many Diwali pictures ;)!

  3. Thanks so much for the file again Pam! Melody, Pam is indeed a genius!

  4. So beautiful and the papers are so GORGEOUS!!
    Sherrie K

  5. Well I will say that this was worth the wait. A wonderful page!

  6. You know how much I love this. This is a favorite memory for us. Ravenna's Indian features really come alive. I am so glad we pulled this from the pile and saved it. Great job...

  7. What a beautiful page - full of color and layers! How fabulous!

  8. Wow, what a gorgeous page!! The colors are fabulous and the picture is absolutely adorable!! This is stunning :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  9. Great layout, Love the row of pearls!

  10. Hi Dayna, I found your beautiful blog via the Cricut MB and just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed looking around at all your fabulous work, you make the silhouette seem very enticing! Gulp

  11. Beautiful LO. Can you tell me what the circle item is called that you are using to hold up the LO and where to purchase one? Thanks

    1. It's called a pin cushion and you can find them at JoAnn's and Michael's in the floral station. Here is a link on Amazon in case you don't have those stores locally (it is cheaper to buy them in store).

  12. Thank you so much for your sweet comment, Dayna! Your creations are just as wonderful and I love seeing all the new crafty projects that you come up with too!

    This layout is beautiful! I love all the cuts you have chosen and the pattern paper goes so well!

    God bless you!



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