Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Simple Journeys: The Letter M and that spells DREAM!


Yea! It's M day, and my banner is complete. Here is a photo of the whole thing, but it isn't the best photo so I may redo it tomorrow. I love the way the whole thing looks, sort of girly, well really girly, and I love the colors and the glitter! I really want to thank Lisa at Simple Journeys for coming up with this really fun challenge. I enjoyed working on each letter and trying new ideas. I was just at Lisa's blog, and I read that she has agreed to do another one later in February. The next banner will spell out SPRING, and we will finish it up just before it really is! You don't have to do anything special to join in this challenge. Just leave a comment at Lisa's blog when you have your letter finished, and post a scan or photo on your own blog or on Flickr, or where ever you store your photos online. Well, I am still in Valentine mode, so I am going to try to finish a couple more, and then off to bed. I can't wait to see every one's letters tomorrow!

11 comments:

Rein said...

Beautiful!!

Simple Journeys said...

Mary Lynn, You banner is lovely, beautiful, and oh so feminine! I love all the details.
BTW--I relisted you in Mr. Linky--your url was wrong.
Can't wait to see you in Feb!!

Barbara said...

Gorgeous banner and the result of all of them together is wonderful

Jeri said...

What a lovely banner Mary Lynn - I need to get busy and finish mine!

claudilue said...

Gorgeuos banner!

Silvia said...

How fantastic, your complete banner looks wonderful.

Jacqueline's Craft Nest said...

Your banner is beautiful!

fatmasplace said...

absolutly gorgeous banner

stamp and scrape said...

Yes, very girlie, and so beautiful. You must be so pleased with the end result. Looking forward to spring already!
Ros

Gabrielle Madsen said...

This is just so fantastic, so vintage floral and elegant! Gorgeous!

Linda said...

Love the victorian look to this! I also like the braid and lace you used across the top of each one. I didn't notice that when viewing them individually but, together, it really shows up.