|My Great-Aunt May|
For this layout I used 2 pieces of a 7Gypsies paper called Floral Guide.
I did some stencilling on the background with Hickory Smoke Distress Ink using a Clarity stencil brush.
|Memory Box Stencil|
These are the dies I used:
I traced along the edges and veins of the leaves with a brown marker to accentuate them.
This is the chipboard piece I used:
I applied Picket Fence Distress Crackle paint to the vine corner. When that was dry I brushed it with Vausseroux Artisan Powder, misted it with water and dabbed it with Victorian Velvet Distress Ink.
The clay piece under the photo was made with a mold and Sculpey Ultra Light clay. I intended to use this piece on another layout I did a while ago but the colour turned out too dark for that page. It was a perfect match for this one but I can no longer remember exactly what I used to finish it. I did some sort of crackle and sprayed it with a brown mist but there were probably some other steps and mistakes along the way.
|Prima - Iron Orchid Designs|
The larger flowers were a gift from my friend, Lisa. Thank you Lisa! The smaller pink and pale yellow flowers are by 49 and Market.
Thank you so much for taking a look!
Oh Wow Tracy, this is just gorgeous! The subtle colors are so pretty!! Happy that you could use the flowers - they look really good on this layout! You've mentioned clarity brushes before. I have wanted to stencil like this for a long, long time. Thanks for the info and inspiration! I might have to give that a try in the future! You and Great Aunt May really do look like family. This is one of my faves for sure!ReplyDelete
Wow! This page is so beautiful! I love how you used the 7gypsies papers and your flower clusters are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Thank you Dana!Delete