Sunday, October 23, 2011

sunday...AWDML October 15 Reveal- Ranger (2/3)

I hope that you have enjoyed your weekend. I know I did! Hubby and I went to a state park and spent so many hours there just trailing. We saw cranes and wild deer. Can't wait to scrap the pictures!

Well, today I want to quickly share another project using Ranger.

cardstock: Bazzill; 
patterned paper: Basic Grey Marjolaine Creme de Menthe, Jillibean Soup Dutch Mustard Soup Leeks;
bling: Prima;
glitter: Diamond;
chipboard: American crafts Thickers;
ink: Ranger Tim Holtz Vintage Photo, Embossing Distress Ink, Ranger Embossing Powder Clear;
stamp: Prima Notary script;
tools: Marvy Uchida 2500 heat embossing tool, Cuttlebug, Tim Holtz Tattered Florals dies, Tim Holtz paper distresser, Fiskars Stylus;
other: sewing machine, lace, cardboard, floss

I had a lot of fun working on this layout! I took this picture of my mom in 2009 on her birthday but the colors in the background were too busy so I turned it black and white which left me a lot of cushion room to play with colors! I opted to do a blue/brown layout thought but love the results! I made my own pattern paper, the light blue background paper, for this layout using glimmer mist and Prima script stamp. I water distressed and inked the edges.

I made the flowers using Tim Holtz Tattered Florals dies which I just got and I LOVE already! I stickled the edges of the flowers for some bling.

Using my Cuttlebug, I die cut some leaves using different shades of cardstock, inked their edges and molded them with my fingers. I also made the rolled dark blue flowers and added a few butterlies and some bling to finish the cluster.

I handmade the banner using cardboard and added a bow at each end and tiny buttons in between the pendants. I just love how it turned out! I have hidden journaling under the picture (the make a part of the title pulls out to reveal the hidden journaling).

Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Come back on Friday and I'll have a step by step tutorial on how to make your own pattern paper for your layouts using Tim Holtz inks and glimmer mists!

1 comment:

  1. oooo this is just gorgeous and I love the back ground :)


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