Wednesday 10 May 2017


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
Clockworks (back)
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:

Timeless Rectangles
Cheery Lynn Designs
Flourish #13

Lacey Squares

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
Baroque 3

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!


  1. SWEET girly page! Adorable photo to inspire all of the pretty pinks. The molded swag is gorgeous! Beautiful page Tracy!

  2. 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)

    1. 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.

  3. I am SUCH a fan of your work! You create such beautiful pages!!


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