22 May, 2012

Heather's Layouts are always 'fabulously interesting'

Hi

Have a look at each of the elements to this LO to see why I call them that:

the layers of papers, adding the rust, fussy cutting, the distressing of the edges,
the detail on the edges of the background,
the curls on the papers, the 2 orange/rust brads in the left corner & the clock behind & in front
 - the elements are 'fabulously interesting' & work so well together






‘Hi there everyone..
Wow, I had such fun creating this page .. I used the beautiful “ Birds in Forget me Nots” paper range,  THIS PAGE  FLOWED TOGETHER BEAUTIFULLY & VERY EASILY , ( love it when that happens ) the papers are just delightful to work with, and adding a touch of “ rust”  just makes it pop !!!  these are Perfect papers  for a vintage page with fussy cutting and distressed edges -  After fussy cutting the flowers I lightly inked the edges with black Versa colour ink, just to add definition… I inked the chipboard with Versa colour  ‘Polar blue’

My handy tip  -  layering the papers and adding a light touch of ink on the edges creates texture and   dimension, giving depth to the page.

Items used ..copper  Paper leaves , Birds in Forget Me  Nots collection, laser cut chipboard

Other items.
white cardstock, Kaiser cardstock, Kaiser paper ( clocks)Tim Holtz  distress ink, Brads (Bella.)
EK  border punch , muslin,  Imaginarium Designs chipboard title (LOVE), Prima metal birdcage.
the photo is  recycled greeting card… “Papyrus”  Versa colour ink’

Absolutely stunning Heather - well done

Bye for now
Meg
www.megsgarden.com

5 comments:

  1. Such an amazing page, love the layering and that gorgeous photo is so adorable, great page Heather. :)

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  2. !Me encanta es precioso!!!!!!!

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  3. love how dramatic the colors are with all that white - so beautiful

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  4. Stunning as always Heather, love how you pulled everything together for perfection.... x

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  5. You are so totally right, the rust really does make the colours pop! love the torn and distressed edges, this really is one beautiful page Heather! xox

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