|My Aunt Elsie|
For this layout I used 49 and Market papers from their Scents of Nature collections (both 12"x12" and 6"x6") and one piece from the Heirloom Botanicals 6"x6" collection.
|Scents of Nature|
|Scents of Nature|
|Heirloom Botanicals (6"x6")|
I did some stencilling on the background with molding paste. While the paste was still wet, I heat embossed it with Shabby Pink Stampendous Frantage Embossing Enamel.
|Memory Box stencil - Flourish|
These are the dies I used:
|Cheery Lynn Designs|
The swag below the photo was made with a mold and Sculpey Ultra Light. I primed it and applied Viva Decor White Crackle Paint then brushed it with Vausseroux Artisan Powder and misted it with Lindy's Stamp Gang spray Pink Ladies Pink. I also rubbed a tiny bit of white paint overtop using my fingertip.
|Prima- Iron Orchid Designs mould|
I tucked in some pieces of loose-weave burlap coated with watery white paint.
I painted the metal pieces with Vintaj Patina Paints and then dabbed some white craft paint overtop using my fingertip.
The flowers are a mixture of Petaloo, Wild Orchid Crafts and 49 and Market layered embellishments.
Thank you so much for taking a look!
SWEET girly page! Adorable photo to inspire all of the pretty pinks. The molded swag is gorgeous! Beautiful page Tracy!ReplyDelete
I am just loving your work with the I O molds and I have noticed that the Paper Clay by Prima and even Martha Stewart are sold out everywhere. So I was going to ask you if you made your own paper clay. I know it's not that hard but I'm lazy :). I believe you answered my question about the Sculpty Light. It looks like I can buy that on Amazon. Thank you! (CrimsonMama)ReplyDelete
You're welcome. The Sculpey Ultra Light does require baking unlike those other clays that air dry. I haven't tried Paper Clay but I really didn't like the Martha Stewart clay. It shrinks and warps as it dries.Delete
I am SUCH a fan of your work! You create such beautiful pages!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Linda!Delete