Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Remember this moment

Hello lovely people
Thanks so much for stopping by.  Today I have an older layout to share.  This one is one that I put together using up some of my stash and the papers came from The Reject Shop.
I love how this turned out!
I was a little brave and tried a little bit of mixed media.  Just a bit of stamping and stenciling.
Here is a closer look at the embellishment cluster on the right hand side.

Thanks so much for popping by.
Until next time
Jo x

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Happiness with L'aquarelle

I'm back again today with another layout from the gorgeous new L'aquarelle collection
Yep totally out of my comfort zone for this one - ORANGE!  A colour I would never use!  But again those beautiful flowers and birds were calling to be fussy cut
Firstly using the 6 x 6 lace doily stencil I created my back ground.  This time I used an orange ink pad and gently swiped over the stencil.
I then clustered my papers ready for my photo.  I also tucked in one of the diecut shapes too.

I then finished off with those pretty cut images from the paper 

For my title I decided to use one of the Inspiration Cards and I mounted that with 3D tape to one of the dies in the collection.  The die I used is Rolling Mesh Background Die.

Thanks for popping by and for all your lovely comments
Until next time
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Friday, February 3, 2017

Together with L'Aquarelle

Hello paper friends and thank you for stopping by today!
I have a layout to share today featuring the new L'aquarelle collection just released at CHA
WOW  this collection is so pretty. 
As soon as I seen these beautiful flowers on the papers I knew I had to cut them out.
Here is a quick run down on how my layout came together
Using the Rolling Mesh 6 x 6 stencil I spread some of the Anna Griffin matt texture paste onto the page.

While the texture paste was still wet, I then sprinkled over some of the pretty purple glitter.

Once you shake of the excess this is what you are left with
I then started layering my papers.

Using the Flowering Frame embossing folder I made a photo mat for my photo and also gently swiped over it with a little green ink
I then started placing all the pretty flowers and also the gorgeous butterfly.  It is cut from the Watercolour Butterfly die.   I used some Couture Creations embossing powders on the die cuts to make the pop a little  This is a double die that also give you the background shape too.
Here's a couple of close ups for you

Thanks for letting me share!  Until next time
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