This special post also reveals a SNEAK PEEK layout done with Swirlydoos new August kit. It will preview on the 5th, just 2 more days. And it will be a Swirlydoos Blog Hop with a fantastic prize!! The papers, embellies and add on kits will blow you away this week. The blog hop is a lot of fun and will take you through each Swirlydoos designers blog to reveal their creations with the August kit. So be sure to check back on the 5th for a gorgeous reveal and the HOP!
I have the wonderful luxury of pairing Swirlydoos Kits with my Heartfelt Creations Stamps and dies, and for me, it is a match made in Heaven!! I may have to arrange something with these 2 fantastic Companies. I think a collaborative get together would be wonderful!!!
I love the look of script on flowers, so I used my favorite Sizzix Tim Holtz tattered Florals die and stamped the Vintage Life script stamp on the layered flowers. I also mixed up the leaves which make a beautiful fill in for your flowers.
I used my favorite butterflies. You can find files for many butterflies HERE.
The title was done with Tattered Angels Chip board from a previous Swirlydoos kit. Instruction about the layout are below. The lacy frame was done with Heartfelt Creations Dies in 2 different sizes, Small and large. I just alternated them around the page. They fir perfectly with the design of the paper.
Heartfelt Creations Products Used on This Project
HCD 704 Perfect Petals Die
HCPC 3367 Vintage Life Background PreCut Set
HCPC 3405 Leaf Medley PreCut Set
472123 Foliage Shapeabilies
HCPC 3376 Distressed Leaves PreCut Set
472117 Nested Leaves Nestabilities
HCD 702 Decorative Butterfly-Border Die
OTHER Products: Swirlydoos August Kit, Kaisercraft paper Gypsy Sisters, Bazzill card stock, Tattered Angels Pocket watch Chipboard, Lindy's Starburst Spray, McGill star punch
Instructions: Cut out the fancy frame shape in the patterned paper and adhered to the backside of a second piece of the same pattern paper. Die cut the fancy lace shapes and place around the inside of the frame design. The photo collage was created in Photoshop. The photo was cut out and adhered onto matching card stock, then a 1/4 inch border was cut around the photo. Adhere to middle of layout. The flowers and leaves were die cut. The flower layers were stamped with the Life script stamp, the leaves were stamped then colored with Starburst spray. The larger flower was layered with different size and shaped layers from the Tim Holtz Tattered Florals die. The middles were created by layering and bunching up the punched stars. Tutorial to create the middles is HERE. The chip board letters were painted, inked and colored with Starburst Spray. Arrange flowers and leaves as shown. Place a couple of butterflies randomly on page. Secure title.
Very beautiful...now if only I could have all the dies;-) Will there ever be a time where there isn't something we "need" for scrapping.ReplyDelete
Lisa, you've done it again. This page is fantastic.ReplyDelete
I love the new layout. The flower and leaf cluster is especially interesting to me. TFSReplyDelete
Still a wonderful page as you have the secret.
Your portraits are very beautiful also
absolutely breathtaking!!!! I love your flowers and butterflies!ReplyDelete
Another perfect layout!!!ReplyDelete
Just too pretty for words. I love your flowers!ReplyDelete
I love this page. Need to get my dies out. I adore the flowersReplyDelete
Just gorgeous! Your work is always so detailed and elegant.ReplyDelete
gorgeous as always, love the colors :)ReplyDelete
Your projects and tutorials just adorable!
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As always, your Lo is just wonderful and inspirational! So nice to see what will be waiting for me when I come home! I LOVE being in Florida! Not hot at all! We have done so many cool things, it is amazing!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! This is my blog hop comment! Folowing!ReplyDelete
Lots of beautiful work here, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete