Sunday, July 15, 2007

Blooming





This layout is about explaining Chloe's name. When I first took the photograph of Chloe with the daisy, I've actually never thought of doing a layout to explain her name.

The idea came to me when I've tried to get some inspirations by looking at the photograph for sometime. She is so adorable with that daisy on and the thought of she is as beautiful as the daisy, suddenly triggered me the idea that her name actually means blooming!

That's how the inspiration for the title came to me and with that title, I've thought of doing a page with more flowers and some blings to resembles how precious is she to me. The pearl in the middle of the daisy explains it all.
of daisies on the right hand upper corner of the layout and I've also add some blings to it too!

The process of creating this layout had been fun and I hope you all would give some of the techniques here a go!

Sources: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper, Pattern Paper: Paper Pizazz, Ink: Tim Holtz's Distress Ink, ColorBox and Memories, Brads: Making Memories, Others: Zig pens, Uni-ball Signo Pen, rhinestones, sequins, silk flower.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is exquisite! She is such an adorable girl abd that pic is something else!!! You've done an amazing thing here - it is so beautiful and full of details that It's breath taking! TFS!

Anonymous said...

Hi... You are so talented!!! My jaw dropped when I found this on CK's site... OH my... All of the techniques!!! You are an ART GODDESS!!!... I teach art and do hands-on scrapbooking techniques too, so I know what I'm talking about... I am in awe woman!!! Keep on doing it!... Bless you and all you do... Pam

├×├│runn said...

This is so amazing!!! You are truly a wonderful and inspiering artist!!!

Nina said...

I really reall really love this. The LO is just super and I love the idea behind the lo.
x x x

sylviehavre said...

Waouuuuuuw c'est absoolument M*A*G*N*I*F*I*Q*U*E
j'adooooooore
bravooooooooooo
biz sylviehavre

Allison said...

Wow! I'd love to know what you used to do the flower masking... did you use paint? Ink?

Your pages are ALWAYS STUNNING!!!!

scrapperlicious said...

Allison, I've used some white "ColorBox" ink to do the masking! I hope this helps!

Anonymous said...

Your work is awe-inspiring INCREDIBLE. Your children are beautiful and your craft is amazing. YOU ROCK!

Tracey said...

Another stunning creation Irene, loving the mixture of techniques on this gorgeous and very unique page, keep em coming girl TFS :)

Anonymous said...

A beautiful and very talented artist! Just wonder about those acid things u incorporated into layout. What is your opinion?
-wil-

scrapperlicious said...

Hi Wil,

Thank you so much for your compliments on my work! Actually I've been asked a few times about the issue of acid/lignin free. I've asked about the same questions to some pro scrappers all over and this is what I get. First yes...according to some pro scrappers...it is a must..but to the others, they say it is very debatable. First of all, if you were to say ALL acid/lignin free....then why are we using metal charms, brads etc...these are also non acid free....no metals are acid free....and they are very common in sb. Secondly, why are some pros doing minialbums, altering stuffs and even canvas or displaying in frames??? These aren't lignin free either.... so actually I'm also puzzled by this. Anyway, I've sort of come up with a principle of my own that is anything that touches the pic directly,I try to used acid/lignin free stuffs.....other than that, it would be fine...even if I'm using foils...I would always used a piece of acid/lignin paper or cardstock to paste on the back first before I put it on top of the pic.I hope this helps. Thanks again for checking out my blog. Hope you have a fabulous day and happy scrapping! Hugs!

Anonymous said...

Magic ! This layout is aboluty fabulus. I love your scrap !
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Kathleen Pitt said...

oh my wow, this is such a stunning LO, my jaw has dropped, over the detail, just gorgeous!!!

Kristine said...

Sa-weet!! :) :) :) Gorgeous baby girl!! Love your page elements. I could never even aspire to be that creative!

Jan Hunnicutt said...

Chloe is adorable! I love the way you've embelished the flourishes, the whole layout is stunning!

Heather P. said...

WOWZA!!! This page is STUNNING!

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