Friday, September 11, 2015

all set

I felt like creating just a simple, good old fashioned layout without any fancy techniques. I chose some very old stash I have from when I first started scrapping baby layouts of my daughter five years ago. I loved this adorable photo that I found on Pinterest.   
I used a plaid punch to coordinate with the paper and the little girl’s dress; cut out circles & hearts and then layered them; used embellishments from my old stash, like buttons, resin & stick-on flowers...all to make this a cute, girly page.  The numbers represent the little girl counting to make sure all of her toys are in place.  These were brightened up with pigment inks.  

A piece of picket fence was heat embossed in white and lace was added to look like a row of growing flowers. The lace was colored with Lindy’s Stamp Gang Starburst color Edelweiss Moss Green; tiny pearls added to the centers.  The pearls were dyed with alcohol ink color Lemonade. 
Although I hesitated posting this creation, I decided that I would because I scrap what I feel. I have a wide range of styles, so just about anything fits with me. 
This was fun and very relaxing to put together.  I might have to dig in my old stash some more and make another simple old fashioned layout!  Have a good day!  Lisa : )
Products used:
The Paper Studio “Sweet Pea” premium cardstock collection
EK Success punch – Plaid
Webster’s Pages(for title) – alpha stickers
Want2Scrap chipboard picket fence piece; baby pearls
Hobby Lobby - Offray flower lace ribbon
Lindy’s Stamp Gang Starburst spray – Edelweiss MossGreen
EK Success Sticko dimensional foam numbers
ColorBox Pigment inks – Sweet Melon; Pink; Lettuce; Cape Cod
Wild orchid Crafts – Flower shape flat back pearls 12mm (#GST-140)
Prima – Sculpture resin flowers


  1. just gorgeous Lisa .. and the photo blends in perfectly ... great work x

  2. Beautiful! Love the soft colours, the punching and floral lace!

  3. Beautiful! Love the soft colours, the punching and floral lace!


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