Sunday, July 22, 2012

Layout for a friend

I did this layout for a friend of mine as her "baby shower" gift.  I'm incredibly slow now-a-days with scrapbooking, so it only took me 3 weeks to complete this!  I wanted to give her something unique though, so I asked her if she would be interested in a layout for the wall.  I'll put this in a frame and give it to her. 

I love this picture of her daughter.  I loved the old fashioned tone of it as well.  I used Basic Gray Capella paper.  I know it's "wedding" paper, but I thought it worked wonderful with this photo.  I used a tearing ruler from years ago for the torn edges, then inked them. 

I cut the umbrella, dress form and title with my silhouette.  Most everything was sprayed with Perfect Pearl mist.  I stickled the edge of the umbrella with frosted lace.  The letters were inked then stickled with glitz tiara.  I distressed the chain for the hear charm by sanding and inking with picket fence distress stain.  The chain on the key is part of a small gold chain I found in my jewelry box. 

The roses were dipped in melted UTEE thanks to a tip by Tim Holtz on his May tag.  I think they came out really cool, except I wish I hadn't used a pearl mixative in it.    

I made the flowers in this grouping myself.  I didn't use any tutorial, just found some pretty pictures of the Prima flowers and tried to copy them a bit.  The black flourishes and tiarra were cut with my silhouette.  The bling is by Prima.  I used the Heartfelt Creations stamp for the leaves, I hand cut them, then shaped.

I'm really happy with how this turned of my faves I've ever done!  I sure hope my friend likes it as much!!

Supply List:
Basic Grey Capella
Distress Ink: Walnut Stain, Black Soot, Victorian Velvet, Antique Linen, Tattered Rose, Pine Needles
Stickles: Frosted Lace, Glitz Tiara
Perfect Pearls Mist: Perfect Pearl
Retro Punches: Medium & Small
Daisy Punch: Large
Utee Clear
Ranger Melt Art Melting Pot
Pearl Ex Powder
ATG gun
Martha Stewart Double Scallop Edge Punch
Prima Say it in Pearls
Heartfelt Creations Open Petals stamp

Thanks for looking

1 comment:

Tanya Ham said...

I just found your blog from and your layout is gorgeous! :) What font did you use for the lettering? It's just beautiful!

I also have a blog, I'd love for you to check it out when you have time!