April 6, 2012

{CSI Case File # 14}

Today is reveal day over at C.S.I. - Color, Stories & Inspiration, and the super fun part...I'm a Guest Detective this month!!

This weeks Case File:
and here's my interpretation:
At CSI, as part of each Case File, you pick what "evidence" to use, (design elements of your layout), which type of "testimony" (journaling) and then you add those to "the scheme" (color palette).

For my layout, my evidence includes:
1. Use sanding as a technique: I sanded the edges of my papers.
2. Ruffles: I made my own ruffle out of patterned paper.
For my testimony, I chose the option of documenting a childhood memory.

The colors in this weeks scheme were fun to play with, and that's actually one of my favorite things about CSI, I love that the color palette is chosen for you, then I get to shop my stash of scrapping supplies as I put my layout together!  So very fun!

This weeks Case File is open though April 15, why don't you stop by and investigate ;)

Have a great weekend!
xo Mary Ann

14 comments:

Tina said...

Such a cute, fun layout! I love how you ruffled the paper.

soapHOUSEmama said...

LOVE it! you make a great detective :)

Luz Maria Bruna said...

Love this pretty and soft design!!

Norma G. said...

lol, what a fun idea! You did a wonderful job!!

Fawn said...

Such soft and pretty colors. I really like the premise of CSI files as well. Thanks for sharing!

Lauren said...

sweet layout. love how the color scheme lends itself to nostalgia

Madeline said...

Great work detective! Pretty page!

Staci said...

Very pretty LO! Have a great weekend!

Penny said...

This is beautiful! Congrats on being a CSI Detective this go around! Love Penny

Delilah said...

Congrats on being a detective at CSI. Your layout is very pretty, and your scrapbook room is the most beautiful I have ever seen.

angie gutshall said...

This turned out great!!

Linda Beeson said...

I like your adorable little details.

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Beautiful page, Mary Ann! I've had that MME diecut in my stash and you've given me the inspiration to use it. :)

Sarah Webb said...

I like the embellishments in the corner with the clothes pin! Great page!