Dream with Enchanted

Today I have my third and favourite page using the Enchanted range.  This one is again, very different to my previous ones which emphasises how versatile this paper collection is and I had the perfect photo of Gracia blowing a dandelion clock to compliment it.  Main

For this layout I have used Imagine, Utopia and two pieces of Picturesque 12 x 12 paper, Kaisercard Coal Weave CardstockCollectables, 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, Enchanted Stamps, Make a Wish Stamps, silver rhinestones and mounting foam dots.

I started by cutting .5 in from the bottom and one side of the Imagine paper and stuck this to one of my pieces of Picturesque.  Then I cut .75 from the bottom and one side of the  Coal Weave Cardstock and adhered this to the piece of Imagine paper.

Next I used a compass to draw a circle onto the Coal Cardstock .  I stamped the dandelion from the  Enchanted Stamp set and added little seeds flying off using a stamp from the Make a Wish stamp set.  I then drew over the circle with a white pen.


I added some of the smallest gemstones from the pack of  silver rhinestones,


I cut a piece of paper from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, measuring 5.5 ins square and mounted my photo onto this, I then cut a 6 in square of paper from my second piece of Picturesque paper and added this to the bottom of my stack.


This was placed to the top right of my drawn circle.


All that remained was to cut some flowers and leaves from the Utopia paper and 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad and, along with some flowers from the Collectables pack, arrange them around my circle sticking them down with mounting foam dots adding a silver rhinestone to the centre of each one.  My title was also from the collectables pack.


I am not someone who is comfortable stamping straight onto a layout but pushed myself out of my comfort zone and it is something I would totally recommend trying.

Until next time, hope you have been inspired by the projects we have made with Enchanted (Denise and Chrissy have made beautiful layouts using it this month) and we would love to see what you make with this range.