(for Tresors de Luxe
|My niece, Emma, when she was little|
These are some of their products that I used:
I pulled 2 pieces of the trim off, coloured them with sunset orange alcohol ink and placed them over paper leaves. Here is a closeup of them in the layout.
Nothing really complicated with this layout. I layered a bunch of mini doily die cuts in the corners, painted the chipboard pieces orange and then coated them with different colour of Distress Stickles glitter glue. The large rhinestone flourishes are by Prima. They've been in my collection for years waiting for the right layout. I brushed a bit of orange paint over the lace and white over the flowers and did a bit of shading around the layout with black watercolour.
The brown stamping in the background was an afterthought. I had glued everything down but I felt it lacked something. The first press of the stamp and I thought "there you go, now you've ruined it". My husband likes to mock me about how often I say "It's ruined!" I guess I'm a bit melodramatic about messing things up, lol.
Other than the brown floral pick and rhinestone "leaves" , all the flowers and paper leaves are by Petaloo.
Here are some of the other products I used and some closeups of the layout:
|2Crafty chipboard - Doily Border|
|Blue Fern Studios chipboard - Jeweled Trinkets|
|Inkadinkado stamp - Fabric Shop|
|Spellbinders die - Grand Decorative Circles One|
|Cheery Lynn die - Rum Punch Doily|
Thanks for looking.
Hey Tracy! You are really way too hard on yourself, but that is probably why your layouts are so fabulous every time! I actually LOVE the stamped imagine you chose - it enhances this LO; definitely does not ruin it! Such a gorgeous little red haired girl, Emma. WOW! You really made a beautiful creation. Oh, and I love that you colored the rhinestones and laid them on top of the leaves - very innovative touch! Lisa : )ReplyDelete