Thursday, September 3, 2015

Beauty in the eyes of the beholder

I've created a layout with one of my favorite photos from Pinterest that I saved over a year ago.  I love angels and this one really "captured me".  Despite its deteriorating state, I think this angel statue is really beautiful and very striking.

The Prima Timeless Memories paper had the exact ‘straw’ color, like the statue, with touches of light teal blue.  This became the main color palette.  I applied a crackle stamp to the paper using Vintage Photo distress ink. 
The perfect teal (a blue-teal) colored cardstock was in my scrap stash.
 
The resin frame & feather were heat embossed with Lindy’s Stamp Gang color King Midas Gold.   Here is a close up of the frame:
 
Coordinating colored flowers, along with brown-rust moss and berry stems formed nice clusters.  The Dusty Attic ‘Foliage’ chipboard pieces inked in Vintage Photo and Recollections Autumn colored rhinestones added extra interest to the flower clusters.


Thanks so much for the visit!  Have a great day, Lisa : )

Products used:
Prima – Timeless Memories collection – page named Freedom
S.E.I. – Blue Teal cardstock
Stampers Anonymous – Tim Holtz wood mounted stamp – Crackle
Ranger Distress inks – Vintage Photo & Antique Linen
The Dusty Attic – Foliage (#DA 0506)
Wild Orchid Crafts mulberry flowers in Mixed Earth Tone:
    ~Wild Roses 30mm (#QVR-004)
    ~Hip Rosebuds (#GST-016)
    ~Cottage Roses 25 mm (#QVR-047)
Spellbinders die – Antique Tags One
Michael’s & Hobby Lobby: Resin frame & feather; rhinestones; Spanish moss; paper teal colored flowers; berry stems

2 comments:

  1. Lisa,
    Your page is so very gorgeous! I love the photo you created your page around - it's so lovely. Your colors and flowers are wonderful.

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  2. Beautiful Lisa! Love the crackle stamping and the moss!

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