Sunday, June 14, 2015

I'm innocent ~ I didn't do a thing

Now wouldn't you say that face has 'guilt' written all over it?  LOL!  Sitting like a little statue.  That's our precious Lucy!  Full of mischief & always getting into something.  I have to "Lucy Proof" our home - no kidding!

I chose the Bo Bunny Garden Journal collection because of its pastel colors.  I thought it might help Lucy's chances at looking more 'innocent' - tee hee hee.  When I started this layout, I decided to use as many embellishments as I could from the collection.  I fussy cut; punched; used stickers, buttons & brads.
I started by mixing Lindy's Stamp Gang Magical mica powder Blue Hawaiian Blue with gesso and water.  Then I paint brushed this subtle blue in the center of the main page.  Once it dried, I sprayed Prima Color Bloom mists in colors Summer Sky and Lime Wedge.  LOVE how this turned out!

I also used only Wild Orchid Crafts mulberry flowers. 
They are so beautiful!  Best in the business!

I cut the wires off of some pretty pink gypsophila flowers and glued them to a ready-made berry stem.

Thanks so much for visiting!  Here's a close up of "Lucy the Bad"  hee hee  ^..^
Have a wonderful day!  Lisa : )

Products used:
Bo Bunny Garden Journal collection - main page name: Post Card
Bo Bunny Garden Journal collection - 6x6 paper pad; Combo Stickers; Brads; Buttons: page name: Freehand (fussy cuts)
EK Success punch - Round Binding Edge
Fiskars punch - Rounded Corner
Lindy's Stamp Gang magical - Blue Hawaiian Blue in the Drink Me Silly set
Prima Color Bloom mists - Summer Sky & Lime Wedge
7 Gypsies - Vintage wooden clips
Martha Stewart punch - Cherish
Wild Orchid Crafts mulberry flowers - Large Gardenia; Gypsophila in 2-tone Antique Blue & Baby Pink
Michaels - Ashland berry stems
Pigment inks - Chestnut Roan; Pink Sky; Olive Pastel; Cyan

4 comments:

  1. Very pretty layout and Lucy is lovely.

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  2. Beautiful! The flowers go perfectly with the papers you chose! Love how you glued the gypsophila flowers to the berry stem!

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  3. Hi Lisa,
    Beautiful blog and stunning work! Congratulations on getting your work chosen by Paper People! You inspire me!! Donna

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  4. Haha, Lucy-proofing! She sounds like such a fun cat with a lot of personality!

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