Sunday, March 19, 2017

I'm a Flower

Well, it was over due time for a Lucy layout!  
I wanted to have "real" fun and dig out some very old stash to create a simple Spring time, girly layout.  
Lucy really loved my birthday flowers (this was in February) so she would sit next to them, but I always tried to keep one eye on her (including behind my head-LOL) because she's very naughty.  She did accomplish shoving her nose in the middle of the flowers but luckily I stopped her before she could rip off the petals!   >^..^<

Bazzill's "Vibrant Blue" cardstock closely matches the color of Lucy's eyes : ).
A flower stencil was applied with white modeling paste.
I used a flower punch and added white pearls along both sides of the layout.  
Then I inked the edge of the whole layout with pretty Perfect Plumeria color.  

What better for a title than "I'm a Flower" - LOL!
The words are die cut using bright yellow cardstock from my paper scrap.
This cute wood flower with stem & leaves was perfect to use for the 'word' Flower in the title!
I simply heat embossed the flower in "Snow" and the stem/leaves with Blue Fern Studios Imagine Ink color Grassy Knoll. I really love this color because it's got two shades of green in it!

The smaller of the two pieces from The Dusty Attic Paisley chipboard fit perfectly under the photo.
I emboss-painted it (same technique used on my Mardi Gras Paisley layout).
I used Blue Ferns Studios Imagine Ink EPs Frozen, Seven Seas & Grassy Knoll.  
The Plum & Snow colors are Michael's Recollections.
You can see a hint of pink on the white paisley and that's because I first used BFS Pink Peppermint.  
Gorgeous color, but it just seemed out of place, so I double heat embossed white over it.  
Also, dots of Ranger Liquid Pearls color Daffodil were added.

I have a LOT of bling in my stash.  I don't use it much anymore, 
but I did remember that I had these cute little blue rhinestone flowers.
Look at the ultra-cute Jolee's Boutique dragonfly!

I was happy to find cute little resin daisies in my stash that are just over 1/4" diameter
 (seen in the photo above & on the paisley chipboard). 
 Along with other older flowers, I added in newer mulberry paper ones from Wild Orchid Crafts.  
White textured cardstock was used for the die cut leaves. 

Thanks for taking a peek at my happy Springy Lucy layout!
Have a great week! Lisa : )

Products used:

The Dusty Attic chipboard - Paisley #3

Tattered Lace dies - Ornate Leaves

Sizzix - Tim Holtz strip die - Typeset

Sizzix - Big Shot

EK Success edge punch - Pointed Flower

Prima 6x6 Stencil - Poppies

Jolee's Boutique - Dimensional Dragonflies

Blue Fern Studios Imagine Ink Embossing Powders - 

Grassy Knoll

Seven Seas

Pink Peppermint

Michael's Recollections - wood flower, embossing powders "Snow" & "Plum"
Ranger - Liquid Pearls "Daffodil"
Tsukineko Versa Magic Chalk Ink - "Perfect Plumeria"
Liquitex Professional Flexible Modeling Paste
Want2Scrap - white pearls
Hobby Lobby - White flower stamens

mini resin Daisies
Recollections - blue bling flowers
Prima Mini Sachet - Sunrise

Prima Sculpture Flowers #920982

Prima Lil Missy #571696

Wild Orchid Crafts - 
30mm Yellow Cottage Roses

2-tone Baby Pink Heather

2-tone Pink Champagne
Open Roses 20mm

Blue Open Roses 10mm

Fuchsia Pink Open Roses 10mm


  1. Beautiful, Lisa! Love the stencilling and the different colours of embossing powders you used on the chipboard!

  2. I've been waiting for this to hit the blog! LOL! I love the colors and how FUN the chipboard treatment is! And of course miss Lucy is the prettiest flower of them all :) So pretty and know...spring...that long lost season! Well, you probably DON'T know, miss flip flops and shorts! Hopefully that will be next month. We went to the park yesterday and saw the first snow crocuses though!! So exciting!! For now I will have to enjoy your springy layout!

  3. What a fun page! I adore all the little details and colour added in - so sweet!


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