Friday, December 1, 2023

Hello Lovelies. Today I bring you  a layout created with Vintage Artistry Moonlit Garden. Oh how I love this collection!! Everything about it speaks to my heart. There is so much color you could possibly incorporate into the beige and whites along with the  black. I chose to use muted blues, greens, and yellows to compliment the colors. Its just a beautiful collection all together. I started with Colored Foundations paper #1 for the background. I added strips of Washi Tape from the Washi Assortment Set around the perimeters of the 12 by 12 paper. I used the Assortment Curators Washi Tape Stitch Set for opposite corners of the layout. Awesome for those who don't do machine sewing! Easier to just rub on the stitches!. 

 I built the layers for my photo using the Cluster Kit. It is so easy to follow the design, or you can add or take away and substitute anything from the design to make it your own. I tend to find additional things to tuck in and layer. There are extra pieces in the kit that you can use as well. The cluster kit is perfect for cards, layouts, canvas and even journals. Using a single cluster design for the cover of a journal or book is perfect! 

Another cluster on the opposite side was created using the Cluster Kit as well. You could also add pieces from the Laser Cut sets as well as  the chipboard. Mixing and matching makes endless possibilities when designing your projects. There is just so much to choose from. And adding form other collections stretch your products even further. You would be surprised how other collections match each other. It amazes me all of the time. 

To finish the layout, I used spattered acrylic paint in blue and green. I also used a 49 and Market Script stamp, although retired, I thought was perfect on this layout. I added a couple of the butterfly Rub Ons from the 6x8 set. They are so sweet and perfect. 

Thank you for joining me today. I hope that you are inspired to use Moonlit Garden for your next project. The collection is truly beautiful. xo

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