Friday, February 20, 2009

I Want to Be...

This is another layout using Scrapmagie's Terem Palace kit. I just love all the gorgeous papers and embellishment in that kit. It's just perfect for my style of scrapping.

I've also used a few QKD's stamps in creating this layout. One of it is the heart from the "Romance" stamp set where I'm having a giveaway now. Just scroll on down below to participate.

This layout is about me and what I want to be.

Here are the steps.
1) Use a pattern paper as the base for this page. Distress the edges using the scissors distressing and tear in technique. Ink it with distress ink.

2) Use the "Jazz Up your Pattern Paper with some Stamping" technique on the upper right corner of the page.

3) Use the "Extreme Punching to Distress" technique on the upper right corner of the page too. Ink it with distress ink.

4) Distress the photograph using the scissors distressing and the tear in technique. Ink it with distress ink. Paste it to the page. Insert a card stock sticker underneath it's lower right.

5) Use a strip of pattern paper and create the framing on the left and bottom of the photograph using the "Fold Over your Pattern Paper" technique. Use the "Extreme Punching to Distress" technique to distress the edges and fold it's upper left and lower right corners before attaching it to the page.

6) Cut a strip from the velvet pattern paper (included in the kit) and paste it vertically on the left of the page.

7) Add another flourishes card stock sticker and two strips of ribbons forming a "X" below the photograph. Add a dimensional flocked circle sticker on the intersection of the two ribbons.

8) Use various layers of flowers (included in the kit) to form the flower and ink it lightly with some distress ink. Add the heart brad (included in the kit) and some crystals in the middle.

9) I've hand written the title and add a transparent die cut (included in the kit) to the page.

I really love how this page turns out and hope you all like it too.


Sources: Scrapmagie February's Kit (Terem Palace): Pattern Paper: Little Yellow Bicycle, 7Gypsies; Embellishments: Little Yellow Bicycle Dimensional Flocked Stickers, Little Yellow Bicycle Card stock Stickers, Creative Imaginations Heart Brad, Little Yellow Bicycle ribbon, Little Yellow Bicycle Transparent Die Cut, Prima Flowers; Others not included in the kit: Queen Kat Designs Stamps, Zig Writer, Ranger Distress Ink, Ranger Embossing Ink, Clear embossing powder, Helmar glue, glue dots and other adhesives.

24 comments:

SmilynStef said...

Wow ... take-my-breath-away gorgeous.

Eva said...

Amazinly gorgeous work!!! Thanks for all the detailed shots!

Peggy said...

This is beautiful, I love the stamping and the holes, but the whole LO is totally eye-catching.
xxx Peggy

the dreamer said...

As always, I'm amazed at how you put things together, Irene. I love how detailed each and every part of the layout is and how it comes together to make the gorgeous whole that it is. =)

*hugs*
Nina

sandra47 said...

Ta page est vraiment trés trés belle !!!!!!!!! Je suis totallement fan de ce que tu fais !!!!!!!
Bizzzzzzzzzz

Debbie said...

Beautiful Irene, I love the colours and techniques you've used. It's stunning. You always amaze me with your unique creations.

Hugs Debbie xx

Wildärtan said...

Ohhh... I like it!

mininessie said...

you are all this Irene!
this is a gorgeous page.
congratulations!

dutchbird said...

Irene, Wow!!!! This is gorgeous! i love all th etechniques you used! Beautiful colors aswell!

Merel

Kate said...

i love the colors. and what a great technique!! thanks for sharing!

Starr said...

Love your extreme punching, it always looks effective. I've yet to gather enough courage to give it a try myself. Silly really as the worst I could do is spoil a piece of paper! LOL

ledesma said...

Beautiful as always Irene, love the colors you use on this layout.

Hugs,
Ledesma

Connie Paxman said...

White and Red amazing colors together..you have so many elements of design going on and they all marry so well on this layout.
connie paxman

Paulien van den Bosch said...

Oh my goodness Irene..... this page is just amazing... and full of those awesome techniques of yours.
Brilliant page honey!

Ida Faye said...

Your work is absolutely beautiful and so inspiring!! I'm glad I found you!

venyart said...

Just FABULOUS!!!!

LaY hOoN said...

So elegance !! Beautiful LO.

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

Irene, you are all that and more!! :) thanks for sharing your techniques. Tereza

Beth Perry said...

That is one stunning work of art!

Robin said...

This is GORGEOUS!
Love the black, red & white.
I really love the distressing you did.

Mariannes Kort og Stempling said...

This is so beautiful;-) I Love it

Elaine said...

I loved this layout, I didn´t understand the L you did with the double sided paper, could you explain in another way or show some detailed picture. I really would like to try. Your job is wonderful as always.
Tks

Elaine said...

I loved this layout, I didn´t understand the L you did with the double sided paper, could you explain in another way or show some detailed picture. I really would like to try. Your job is wonderful as always.
Tks

Irene Tan aka Scrapperlicious said...

Hi Elaine,

A link is attached in my explanations above on the "L" which is about the "fold over your pattern paper" technique. It's actually a design using a double sided pattern paper. One side would is plain red and the other is a floral pattern.

Hope this help.

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