Friday, August 12, 2016

"Dreamer" Layout C85 Shabby Rose Collection from Fabs Scraps




Today I share this Fab Scraps DT project done using C85 Shabby Rose Collection. This page is memory of my Grand Daughter getting her braces off after many months wearing them. What a beautiful smile. 

FOR THIS LAYOUT YOU WILL NEED:

Supply List:
Paper: C85 Shabby Rose Collection
Stencil: DS 05 50 shabby rose clock stencil
Chipboard: DC 85 002 chipboard Dreamer
Accents: metal, dew drop
Ink: Tim Holtz mini pad
Other: Spellbinder die cut, beads cardstock, sew easy ink roller, Kreaxions Circle Cutter, Heartfelt Creations flower shaper kit, copic marker



INSTRUCTIONS:

STEP #1: Pull your paper choices....  cut some shapes/ layers and you plan to use them. I chose some circles... one solid and one ring with the full sheet background for starters.



STEP #2: I decided that I'd layer the circles per above.


STEP #3: Next I thought it would be great to add more colour, depth and texturing to the page by stenciling the circles.


STEP #4: I added even more stenciling and also added ink to the edges of the circles to pop each layer.


Here is the close up of this section.


STEP #5: I chose this photo which needed matting top showcase the photo and I pulled the chipboard Dreamer title.


STEP #6: I copic coloured the chipboard and to make the  title pop I added paper backing.


STEP #7: I die cut flower pieces using Heartfelt Creations dies... but you can punch them also. I then shaped them using the Heartfelt Creations shaping kit.


STEP #8: Next you pick some accents... above is some chose to pick from. 


STEP #9: I went with the layered flowers with a dew drop centre and twine tied the metal accent to the flower cluster. I added some pearl border to the layout.


STEP #10: Here is the finished section with the double matted photo, stenciling and the clustered section.


STEP #11: I also added a 2nd cluster of flowers with a die cut flourish accent. Also I cut the grey print to create a paper border  and darkened the mat to make it pop.


STEP #12: In this view you can see how the layers, colour changes and stenciling gives added depth to the piece.

Thanks for joining me today.



4 comments:

Donna Rudy said...

Another stunning make! So many perfectly co-ordinated details to look at. Love it!

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeoussss Bev
Gr Karin

Clare Dempsey said...

I love this page! Circles are so pleasing and I love how you made monochrome pink and white pop!

Amy said...

I am definitely going to try this with a picture of Natalie. You are the best...thanks for the inspiration.