Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Cherish The Moment

This is a layout that I've created sometime ago using various different techniques.

Here are the steps to it.

1) Use a white card stock as the base for this page.

2) Cut out a huge square piece with a scallop edge from a pattern paper. Ink it's edges with distress ink. Add it to the middle of the page.

3) Cut out another strip from an other pattern paper and ink it's edges with distress ink. Add it to the left of the page.

4) Distress the edges of the photograph and ink it with distress ink. Add it to the page.

5) Cut out some frame overlay and add it to the upper right and lower left of the photograph.

6) Add a strip of lace on the bottom of the page.

7) Use the "Create Leaves Using Alcohol Ink Treated Transparency" to create the leaves and attach them to the page.

8) Use the "Add Little Beads on your Stitching" technique to stitch on the left of the page.

9) Layer a pattern paper behind a circle journaling overlay and add it to the lower right of the page.

10) To create the huge flower, simply use an acrylic flower and stamp on it using some acrylic paint. Later, highlight it's edges with paint markers and liquid pearls. Use the "Layer with Spiral Flower" technique on it.

11) Use the "Spiral Flower" technique to create the small flowers and add it to the page.

12) Stamp some butterflies using solvent ink on transparency and cut it out. Detail it with a white gel pen and Stickles.

13) I've used a rub-on for the title.

At this moment, I have a few more boxes left to unpack and I'll be all done. Can you imagine that I've not scrap for a month already. Hope I've not lost touch.

Sources: Clear Products: Clear Scraps; Card Stock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: Basic Grey; Inks: Ranger Distress Ink, Ranger Alcohol Ink, Tsukineko Staz On; Stamps: Autumn Leaves, Impression Obsession; Others: Hambly Screen Prints overlay, Ranger Stickles, Ranger Liquid Pearls, Ranger Blending Solution, Inkssentials Opaque Pen, Making Memories Acrylic Paint, Zig Painty, beads, floss for stitching, buttons, lace, transparency, Glue Dots, Helmar Glue and other adhesives.

21 comments:

{ Kristina } said...

Gorgeous layout! :)

LaY hOoN said...

Another beautiful & elegance LO !!!!

ledesma said...

OMG!!!! this is so sweet i love those colors and the picture is so cute.

Hugs,

Ledesma

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

Love the layout and your baby girl is gorgeous as always. :)

Meital said...

Amazing! so inspiring!

Meital said...

Amazing! so inspiring!

Peggy said...

This is beautiful, I love all the little details. I bet this one looks even more stunning IRL.
xxx Peggy

repart13 said...

wahouuuu sublim

Chok Keun said...

Gorgeous LO with so many techniques, interesting!

An Zeelmaekers said...

thanks for joying your layouts. I love your creations!!!

Paulien van den Bosch said...

GOSH...........................
This is just breath taking!!!!!!

nancy.aper said...

Sweet LO with beautiful inky leaves, very sweet little girl, nice picture!!

Tammy said...

Awesome LO!! Glad you're almost unpacked and can get back to scrappin'!! Lose touch?.....NEVER!!! Can't wait to see more!!

sonja bekker said...

wow just Adoreble.
lot of work,but the results sowww Amazing Gorgeous

Lynn B said...

Beautiful work Irene! I love all the fantastic details! the beads look awesome & your details on the leafs are sooo beautiful! Inspiring as always! thanks for sharing!

natmag said...

so sweet, so beuatiful, you are the artist!!!

Tina Connolly said...

Absolutly beautiful work once again! Love the intricate details.

ria nirwana said...

Irene, I love your work and technique! And, congrats on being on artful blogging! Really good to see Asian scrapper there.(Btw, I am an Indonesian scrapper). Hope we can keep in touch.
Have a good day!

mininessie said...

perfect as always Irene!

lisa said...

This is a fabulous layout. I've just found your amazing blog and am blown away by what you do. The alcohol ink transparency flowers are beautiful. I'm going away to try this now. Can't wait to come back and read more.

Lisax

My Mom's Crafts said...

wow Irene I just love this LO! it's beautiful!

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