Sunday, April 1, 2012

Romeo

I've made a 6 x 6 page with my favorite picture of Romeo, our rescued Sheltie.  I've used my Porcelain papers with Early Espresso, but I didn't quite get my layers centered.  I fixed them up with my Perfect Layers. The 1/16th edge was used for the base, and the 3/16th edge was used for the photo. I wanted a little extra space around the photo, so that I could "dot" the border with my gel pen. The fence was punched with my Martha Stewart punch, and the cute die is from MFT.




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12 comments:

Dawn Easton said...

So sweet!!! What a GREAT picture!!! Love the addition of the die and picket fence!

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

WOW! I love the papers that you used! This reminds me of a dog we had when I was growing up named Laddie.

Denise Marzec said...

Really great frame!....and oh my gosh, Romeo is gorgeous!

Cindy Haffner said...

WOW he is so HANDSOME Rose Ann!!~

Joan Ervin said...

What a beautiful fur baby, Rose Ann, and you have showcased him beautifully with the gorgeous frame you created...love the papers and the fun little fence!!!!

Leslie Miller said...

Awwwwww, you KNOW I love this photo of your SWEET Romeo! My Mom had Shelties when she was older. Wonderful dogs. We always had Collies when I was growing up, but I guess Mom thought the Shelties would be easier when she was older. Smaller. I love your frame. Beautiful colors in the paper, and the picket fence is perfect!

Susan (rainy) said...

Oh he is so handsome! Love the page.

jackiestamps4fun said...

What a gorgeous dog! The bone is my favorite part!!! Of course your fence is perfect as well. Love that paper, too!

Allison said...

Such a sweet idea! Love the papers and the fence die!

Michele said...

Lovely frame! Your dog is beautiful too!

Debbie said...

Romeo is gorgeous! He is so lucky to have you and your family. I was looking back at a picture when you first got him....what a change. He looks so bright and happy now.
Fabulous page too. :)

Janine said...

Hi RoseAnn! Hope all is well with you!!