Friday, 2 March 2012

G is for Glitter - Bajan Diners - Scrapology March 2012 Challenge

This month we scrap-lifted our lovely DT member Anita, this is my version.

I used Kaisercraft Sweet Nothings papers from Merly Impressions to create this layout.
The background is a 12x12 cardstock from DCWV which came in kit.
I cut the square from the centre of the die-cut, stuck the edge with 3d foam then returned the middle on doubled foam for extra height and the addition of some orange ribbon.
I cut around the edge of the birdcage and flower on Dozen Roses and cut to 7 x 6 1/4" approx with the cage and leaves extra.
The photograph is 6 x 4 which I trimmed and matted ont the dotty section of Devoted,
this was then slid under the birdcage and flower. This frame was stuck with 3d foam too.

From Devoted, I cut out the birds and additional flowers then added them to the layout along with a bow from the remaining ribbon.

I then added loads of stickles in Platinum, Crystal, Patina, Cinnamon, Tiara and Diamond Black.
It's a shame they dont show very well here.
The butterfly was from a section under the photograph with glossy accents on the body.

Memories Die Cut
Memories die-cut paper - Sweet Nothings Collection
Dozen Roses
Dozen Roses - Sweet Nothings Collection
Devoted - Sweet Nothings Collection
The ribbons and flowers came from a box of "posh" chocolates Lianne got on her last birthday, so a little recycling here too lol!.
There is lots of dimension to this page too which is not visible.

This is our sketch and Anita's original page:

Why not hop over to the Scrapology Blog to see the other DT samples and take part in the challenge?
Look forward to seeing you pages :)


Claireliz said...

Gorgeous layout Linda.
C xx

Emilie said...

Your LO is gorgeous!!! Really loving Kaisercraft too!

tea_bag said...

fab lo's

Anita said...

Beautiful layout Linda, love how you worked those gorgeous papers, super photo too xx

Sue said...

Beautiful page !!

G S P Crafts said...

lovely Layout. Nice colours.

fatmonica said...

It's beautiful!