Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Go For It!


This is a very Exciting Week for me - my CSI Detective Debut! - and I was away for my first big reveal, so of course one of the first things I wanted to do when we got home was to fire up my PC.
The line-up looks amazing and I am so proud to be part of it :o)
Here's this week's Case File No. 70 (click on the image to make it bigger)
CSI Mastermind Debbi Tehrani comes up with a new Scene for us to investigate every week. From this image she draws inspiration for colour combinations, design elements and storytelling and these become our design brief - the clues we need to follow in order to solve the case.


  • Use all five colours in the Scheme
  • Use at least two items of Evidence
  • Use at least one piece of Testimony


CSI members can also download a new set of CSI Coordinates for each case - these are printable images, journaling spots and pp designed by the lovely Michele Singh - they're so cool!

Here's my solution to Case File #70
It shows an unusual photo of my little great-niece Leila - unusual because I have never seen another picture of her not smiling :o)
The Scheme: all there
The Evidence: flowers; metal; fence; something woven; paint; distressing; circles; vertical strips.
The Testimony: this is handwritten onto the button card tucke in behind the photo and reads;
"An unusual picture of Leila, because she is usually laughing - such a happy, sunny little girl, full of joy and surrounded by love all the time. When I'm with her, I catch glimpses of past generations - will she have her Mum's beautiful voice, her Granny's creativity; her Great Granny's imagination? Only time will tell, but I do know that her Mum and Dad will love and support her, whatever she wants to be - she just has to go for it, and I think that this picture shows that she has the determination to do just that! For Leila, with love, from Grat Aunt Annie xxx

Here are some close-ups


Thanks for having a gander! See you again soon

Annie :o) xxx

1 comment:

Julie said...

I love the zipper pull. That is so clever. Thanks for stopping by my site and commenting.

Julie
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