26 January, 2013

'My Girl" from Stephanie

Hello Bloggers

This beautiful blue page is from Stephanie & she explains it:


'My Girl 

I love these beautiful papers from Meg’s Garden and thought they would be perfect for this photo of my daughter. I distressed all papers with my distress tool. For my paper layers under the photo I used a piece of “French Bouquet”  paper approximately 7¼” x 3½” and glued the white lace down the right side of the paper and used my double sided tape to stick that piece down. The next 4” x 2” piece of paper was cut from the 4” bottom strip of the “Ma Fleur Rose” paper using the scroll frame piece which I glued down about an inch down from the top of the other piece. I cut the perfume label from the “French Bouquet” paper and glued that down as shown. I then laid my photo down over top of these layers.






I took one of the white gardenias and used my purple ink to color it and glued it down and used two of the green leaves to slip under either side of the flower as shown and then glued down the lilac and lavender flowers and the small pink rose buds on either side of the large flower. I tore in on one side of the background paper and used a small piece of mauve cardstock behind the torn area and glued down a small purple rosebud as shown by the tear. I then laid the pink crystal and pearl flourish on the left side of the layout. I printed out two butterflies and used glossy accents on both of them for some strength & shine and glued them down as shown. I then cut out my title with my Cricut machine and laid that down.  TFL!'

Materials Used from Meg’s Garden
Paper – P6251 Blue Paradise
             P6296 Ma Fleur Rose
              3400 A French Bouquet
Lace     - L2920 White Lace
Flowers- gar wh White Gardenias
-       Lilac & Lavender Paper Roses
da810 Green Leaves

Other Items Used
Double sided tape, Glue
Small pink rosebuds, Handmade purple rosebud
Butterfly graphics, Recollections Crustal & Pearl flourish
Purple card stock for Title,  Small piece of mauve cardstock
Paper distress tool, Purple ink

Well done Stephanie - a beautiful page.  Love the way you combined the different papers & especially how you created the frames for the photo.  Thanks for showing us how a 'white gardenia' is so useful & can be coloured to match the requirements of an art piece.
Thank you also for the fabulous description - great for those who wish to be a little more creative

Bye for now
Meg
www.megsgarden.com


3 comments:

  1. Bold and vibrant! and what a striking combo of modern and old, beautiful page Steph!

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