Karen here with my last project using the delicious Whisper range.
I love the versatility of this paper range and for my first page, this month, scrapped a photo that was only a few months old. For my second page I scrapped a photo that was over 50 years old and for this one am using a photo that is nearly 90 years old! Each photo has been perfectly complimented by this collection.
For this page I have used the reverse side of Bisque, the smooth side of Kaisercard Snow Weave, Whisper clear stamps, mini ink pad – Bark, Whisper flourish pack, Sticker Sheet, Collectables, 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad, alpha stickers – Ebony, Soft Pink rhinestones, mini paper blooms Sage, paper blooms Honey and Little Birdie Symphony Flowers – Coffee Bean. I also used a cream tag from my own supplies.
To start I trimmed .5 in from the top and one side of my Kaisercard Snow Weave, I then used a plate to draw a circle in the centre and stamped the large fern from the Whisper clear stamps, using mini ink pad – Bark, in each corner. I then fussy cut around the circle and the leaves that extended over the circle.
This was adhered to the centre of the Bisque paper. My photo was double mounted onto two pieces of paper from the 6.5 x 6.5 paper pad. The photo mounts were slid under the white card and the photo layered over the top, under one of the fern fronds.
I added my tag, two watch faces and a circular sentiment, from the Collectables pack, to the top right of my photo with the ‘Choose Happy’ phrase , also from the Collectables pack.
On each side of my page I added the wooden leaves from the Whisper flourish pack, mini paper blooms Sage, paper blooms Honey and Little Birdie Symphony Flowers – Coffee Bean with stamped butterflies and butterflies from the Sticker Sheet and Collectables, tucked in amongst the flowers.
All that remained was to add a few Soft Pink rhinestones at the top and bottom of my circle and under my title on the tag.
So there we have my final Whisper page, don’t forget to pop back to see what Denise and Emmy have made this month.