Thursday, July 05, 2007

Fontana Di Trevi

Before I saw the Trevi Fountain in real life, I thought it was just another ornate fountain in Rome. Well, it's definitely not so. This thing is huge. It sure took my breath away. Of course I made a wish and threw a coin in.
Credits: white paper, ribbons, button, ribbon flowers, and butterfly from the Sunflower kit by Patricia Christensen from Weeds & Wildflowers Design available at ScrapArtist.com; cardboard stars & doodles from Everything Cardboard: Super Stars by Gina Marie Huff from Weeds & Wildflowers Design available at Scrapartist.com; stitching (recolored) from Being Me kit by Gina Marie Huff from Weeds & Wildflowers Design available at WeedsAndWildflowersDesigns.com; Blue Shoes alpha by Gina Miller; cardboard flip from the Cardboard Flip & Tear Collection by Linda Gil Billdal; frames from Cadres 15 by digiscrap.ch.

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Awesome pictures and lay out.


Camelia

debby said...

Your trip sounds awesome! I am loving all your layouts. Next best thing to going! Thank you for your lists too.

Anonymous said...

this is gorgeous!

olga9999 said...

Welcome back!!! It´s nice to see you had a great time in Rome and visited lots of places there. :) I hope you get what you wished in the Fontana. :)

The layouts from Rome are really beautiful, thanks so much for sharing them, with the weather we are having right now in Ireland I need to see photos of places where the sun is shining.:( It's horrible here :(

It really looks a fantastic place, and it's great you had the chance to visit it. And it's also a good idea to take Damien there to see the place. Surely he'll have lots of fun there. :)

Thanks so much for reminding us that the sun still exists and also for the list of freebies, I've been in some blogs already and will visit the rest tomorrow with more time. :) There's plenty of nice stuff.

Thanks a lot for everything and best wishes. :O)

Tracy Marie said...

Wow! Your layouts and photos are Stunning - TFS!

Maria said...

Great photo and the layout does it justice. I don't think I've seen a photo of you before and I'm shocked at how much you look like my sister. There is an old photo of her here (she's the one with her hand on my head - typical Peigi!)

Joyce said...

Great photos and layout design!

yin said...

great layout!! awesome pictures too!

Judy (babydoe) said...

That means you will come back to Rome someday. It is such a beautiful city. Wish I were there too.

HeatherB said...

Great layout, those photos are amazing...you are so lucky to be so near such amazing sites! :-)

Ani said...

what a site. I went to Italy when I was about 10 and I cant wait to go back. Hopefully one day take my kids too (when I have some! lol). Your LO looks great!

Heike said...

Das LO ist einfach klasse!
Ich w├╝rde auch gerne mal nach Rom reisen!

Muriel said...

Wonderful photo's and LO!! Sounds like you had a great time in Rome!

I love reading your blog, thanks for sending us to the best goodies every day!

JulieO said...

You got some great pictures. It sounds like you had a great time, after seeing some of the greatest art of history I bet you are inspired. I went to Italy and I will never forget seeing David. After this last week I could use a vacation, a nice quiet beach sounds good right now.I wanted to let you know that I have the last part of Eastern Spice on my blog.Welcome back, stoneaccents.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Would love to see it sometime. How awesome to see country like that.

Pienzchen said...

I love these Scraps!
Makes me cange my signature into "I'd rather be in Rome!" *g*

More of these, would you? I'm really excited!

Amy's blog said...

Fabulous layouts of your trip--makes me wanna go back!

Ramie Ahlstrom said...

LOVE it!!!!! We were there at night and it was awesome then too, but these pics make it look totally different!!

Lene said...

I love the LO 2. And you are one beautiful girl :)

LovelyMissKait said...

So very nice to see you. Awesome photos.