“Remembering Yesterdays” by Antonia Moreno

"Remembering Yesterdays" by Antonia Moreno

Hello, 49 and Market fans! Antonia Moreno with you today sharing a new layout. This photo was taken last summer in our yearly visit to Tenerife island. This was the view from our room at the hotel and what you think it’s just some clouds, it’s really Gomera island at dawn. That view and those lovely days we spent on a very “rock” hotel inspired me to create this project and save those memories on it.

"Remembering Yesterdays" by Antonia Moreno
“Remembering Yesterdays” by Antonia Moreno

Based on the photo colors, I selected a background paper and laser cuts from the “Vintage Remnants” Collection. They were perfect for layering the photo and even to create texture!! Music laser cut paper was perfect to remind me those days listening to rock music on the hotel and so I added a small headphones charm 🙂

"Remembering Yesterdays" by Antonia Moreno

I selected lots of different flowers in brown, buttermilk and cantaloupe to create the composition and used some raw archival board to support the main title (which is part of the same paper background sheet).

"Remembering Yesterdays" by Antonia Moreno

Products I Used:

Vintage Remnants – Paper No 07

VRL-88107 Frame Set No 03
Vintage Remnants -Frame Set No 03

AB-88701 Memory Captured Archival Chipboard
Memory Captured Archival Chipboard

AB-86707 6x6 Archival Board - Love (White)
6×6 Archival Board – Love (White)

Gabi Loose Threads Stamp Set GP4680
Gabi’s Loose Threads Stamp Set

PB-87681 Pascale's Rations Stamp Set
Pascale’s Rations Stamp Set

SG-87216 Stargazers - Lemon Drop
Stargazers – Lemon Drop

BB-86912-Botanical-Blends-Hazelnut
Botanical Blends -Hazelnut
GS-86301 Garden Seeds - Sandcastle
Garden Seeds – Sandcastle

 

BB-86219 Blossom Blends - Cantaloupe
Blossom Blends – Cantaloupe

BP-87056-Botanical-Potpourri-Buttermilk
Botanical Potpourri -Buttermilk

Thanks for stopping by. See you in a couple of weeks with a new layout. Enjoy playing with your 49 and Market products!!

Check out Antonia’s blog for more of her creations!