It is reveal day over at CSI - Major Woo Hoo! And this is a reveal you DO NOT want to miss! It is so incredible and amazing!
Let's get to it, shall we?
(not sure where Debbi finds these inspiration photos- but isn't this one A - MA - Z - ING!!)
And the coordinates for the challenge.
My evidence includes:
1. Use silver accents - I used silver resin flowers and staples.
2. Use lace - I used lace doilies.
3. Sparkly things - I sprayed the white cardstock with silver glimmer mist - it almost doesn't look real.
4. Add shimmer - see number 3. :)
5. Use red paint - I painted the chipboard 'love' with red paint.
6. Use circles - I used doilies.
My testimony was inspired by the number '3' in the journaling prompts. Hence, 'third' times a charm. My journaling is rather extensive, therefore it is included on the back of my layout. It reads...
The belief that the third time something is attempted is more likely to succeed than the previous two attempts. It is also used as a good luck charm - spoken just before trying something for the third time.
The first citation I can find for it is in The Weekly Sentinel, June 1912. This is in a rather snooty court report about a Mrs. Martha Carliss, who had been twice married previously:
This layout is much simpler than my usual layouts, but using the color palette in this way, it really kept the focus on the true meaning of the layout - LOVE.
Hop on over to CSI and check out the other amazing DT layouts! Can't wait to see what you create!
Have a great weekend and thank you for taking the time to stop by! It means a lot to me. :)