20 November, 2013

Celebrate LO from Heather

Hello Bloggers

This is a very yummy LO from Heather:


'Hello my friends , Heather here today, showcasing  a festive layout .
I love to use pink on my Christmas pages and this collection of papers blends beautifully with pale pink and deep pink ….. I began with a foundation of white cardstock .
I sprayed ink on my mat and laid the mask over the berry ink, lifted and laid it on my white card to create random shapes. Dry the mask .
Next I laid the same mask over my work and applied fibre paste on the top left and bottom right corner.

I mounted my photo on white card and then began layering with the beautiful rich and velvety Christmas papers .
“ Christmas Berries and Christmas Greetings”

I used my leafy die cut to create a cluster with altered metal elements , flower, bling, heart and tag .
I like to build up my clusters to make a focal point on my page and create texture and interest .

“My Famous Berry Icecream Pudding
Which we enjoy every Christmas
I love the rich colors and flavours.”

Another view of my cluster.
I balanced my design by adding muslin along the left side of my photo , and tied string to the photo with hanging elements .

A small element is placed on the top right hand corner,  with a brad and tissue tape .
I cut a half inch from each side of the white card and stitched this to the Christmas Greetings paper, showing the gorgeous skeleton white leaves on the rich burgundy paper, peeping from each edge of  my layout.

Megs Garden Items used

Thanks for popping by and I hope I have inspired you to create some Christmas pages .
Bye for now, see you next month .
Warm hugz from Heather x'

I think you will get lots of order of your Berry Icecream Pudding - looks so yummy as does the LO - well done Heather.  The preparation of the white cardstock has created an awesome background which is topped by the layers behind the photo is fantastic.  Then look at the built up cluster & journaling & the placement of each of these. Do not miss the small elements at the top & bottom of the page.  A work of art Heather!!

Bye for now


  1. OOO Heather this is gorgeous .. love the richness of the papers & that berry pudding looks so yummy hugz XX

  2. This is stunning, always love what Heather creates!

  3. A rich and regal looking page, luscious and fit for a medieval banquet. Exquiste background, luxurious layers and as always, beyond compare.