Friday, March 4, 2011

Once A Little Girl

This is another DT layout for Bo Bunny using one of their older line, Cambridge. The theme of this DT assignment is to create a vintage look layout.

Here are some details on it.

I've used the "Net Stitching" technique to stitch the circle on the layout. You can click on the link to check out the tutorial on this technique.

I've added some vintage metal embellishment from Tim Holtz idea-ology line to the layout.This is such a versatile paper line. You could create all kind of look with it. 

I have another great news to share. Clear Scraps had announced their new DT for 2011 and I'm so blessed to be given the opportunity to design for them again using their amazing products! I also wish to congratulate the rest of the girls in the team!!  

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Sources: Pattern Papers: Bo Bunny; Inks: Ranger Distress Ink, Tsukineko Staz On; Stamps: Bo Bunny; Chipboard: Bo Bunny; Others: Bo Bunny brads and petals, Tim Holtz idea-ology metal embellishment, lace, pearls, twine, pins, thread for stitching, Beacon, Tombow and other adhesives.


Cindy Gay said...

It's a beautiful page, papers & elements. Nice title. Thank you for the tutorial.

Marlene said...

Loving this LO, but the picture is adorable. God bless this child, so cute.

Electra said...

Congratulations Irene, I can't think of anyone who deserves it more!

curlyqmosaics said...

This layout is absolutely phenomenal! The details and work you put into this are so amazing! Love it!

hilde janbroers said...

wow! so many details to look at....gorgeous.

Vicky Varvadouka said...

OMG.....!!!!! Look at all those details....the colors and the journaling are awesome! Amazing work!!!

Marley said...

Congrats on your new DT!! You deserve it.. Love this lay out! It really looks vintage and the colors are beautiful just like the pictures.. love all the text stickers on it and the beautiful details like the key and the rolled up paper! HugsMarley

Gabby said...

Wonderful, vintage-looking layout, Irene. I love all the layers and embellishments. What a darling picture, too. :)


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