Hi everyone Denise here again with another layout using the Enchanted Collection
This collection is very versatile as I used it for a masculine layout last time and this time i’m going girly!
I started with a piece of Wonder paper, using the plain side, I also left the manufacturer’s strip along the bottom. I then cut a strip from Utopia paper measuring 4 inches wide x 12 inches long and a strip measuring 1/4 of an inch x 12 inches from the red side of Fairytale paper. This was then adhered on the right hand side of the paper.
Next, I pierced around three sides of the plain paper then stitched around with red thread and using the Stonewall 6×6 stencil and some Aged Mahogany Ink stencilled areas on the paper. I also inked around the edges of the layout.
Once this was done I matted my photo using different papers from the Paper Pad, distressed the edges then placed it roughly in the middle of the layout.
I used some of the elements from the back of the paper pad to embellish the layout I also fussy cut a little bird from one of the papers in the pad.
Next, I fussy cut some flowers and also used some of the die cuts from the Collectables Pack to layer around the sides and bottom of the photo. I also used some phrases from the Paper Pad around the photo and used some elements from the Sticker Book around the layout .
Finally I used some little colour co ordinating bows from my stash to finish off.
Thank you for visiting and do pop back for some more inspiration from the team very soon
Hello everyone, Denise here today with my first project using the magical Enchanted Collection
I thought this collection was perfect to use a photo of my son visiting the Gnome Reserve,fun and magical focusing on using the Stonewall Designer Stencil and Collectables Pack.
First of all I took a sheet of Starry Eyed paper ( using the cobbled side ). I gutted it leaving a one inch frame so I could then use the paper on something else.
Once it was cut out I inked around it with some Brushed Corduroy distress ink to tone it down a little.
Next I took a sheet of Caramel Weave Kaisercard as this was going to be the base of my layout.
I took a sheet of the beautiful Fairytale woodland paper, cut it down by half and inch on two sides and stencilled across the top with distress ink and the Stonewall Stencil.
After this I adhered it to the caramel card.
Once this was done I adhered the stonewall frame onto the page using foam tape
My photos were mounted on to some of the papers from the Paper Pad.
Finally I decorated around the sides and bottom using lots of collectables from the Collectables Pack and a few stickers from the Sticker Book
This is a truly magical, versatile collection and the team will be back soon with some great inspiration from this month’s collections.
~ Denise ~