Mar 30, 2012
Well, March is just about gone and it’s that time again… to reveal what I created this month for Scrapbook Queens. This month I got to play with BoBunny’s Enchanted line, some papers from Pebbles and the Little Boy line from Echo Park! I had a lot of fun creating with these papers. I found the BoBunny to be a bit challenging for me because it’s more of a wedding line and I don’t have any weddings to scrap – so I went in a completely different direction. Here’s what I created. I hope that you like it.
I made the BoBunny background paper more girly by misting it with pink glimmer mist and then stamping on top of it with a punchinella stamp from Christy Tomlinson. I heat embossed the stamped images with pink embossing powder from Stampin’ Up.
I cut the castle with my Silhouette Cameo. The papers are by American Crafts and Bazzill Basics. I added sparkle to the castle by running it through a large Xyron sticker maker upside down and carefully peeling the castle off of the backing. Then I added Cool Highlight (transparent) glitter by Glitter Ritz on top. You can get this stuff at Scrapbook Queens. A note of caution: this stuff is addictive to bling lovers! LOL!
I used the same technique as above on my title and I tried to match the font as best that I could to the ‘Enchanted’ word that is on the BoBunny paper.
Other supplies on this project include feathers from Scrapbook Queens, key embellishment by Tattered Angels, Candi from Craftwork Cards (the silver doohickeys), black ribbon from Maya Road, black and white ribbon from May Arts, white ribbon with bling from Harmonie (available at Scrapbook Queens), black twine from May Arts, white pearl pen from Viva Decor, white cardstock from Stampin’ Up.
This next layout is also for the March reveal for Scrapbook Queens. The bulk of this layout was created with the Little Boy line by Echo Park. The title is actually fussy cut from one piece of paper – that’s the best value you can get for an alphabet. I pop dotted it to give it a bit more prominence on the page. I also used a lot of acrylic paints on the page, the paints are from Golden and Liquitex. I did the splatters with Golden’s Liquid Acrylics, they are a very high pigment liquid acrylic and they are excellent for splatter. Jackson Pollock would love these paints! The hand prints were done by my son. He loved being involved in the process.
All of the papers are from Scrapbook Queens, they are from Echo Park and Pebbles. I also used twine from The Twinery, my iTop brad maker from Imaginisce, a button from scrapbook Queens, a Sassafras die cut from my stash, burlap ribbon and a wood button from scrapbook queens, Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher, thread and my sewing machine, stamps from My Mind’s Eye and the monkey button is from Purple Pumpkin.
Thanks for letting me share with you.