Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Totally Amazing Girl

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Good morning. I have a colorful layout to share with you today. You may have seen it this weekend on the American Crafts DT gallery but I'm sharing the details here today. It's very traditional in Texas and has a lot of meaning to my big, Mexican family, to do cascarones each year. You can buy them or make them (we made ours this year, which is another fun story to tell another day). Then you crack these confetti filled eggs on your loved ones heads. It's total fun. The Easter bunny hid the cascarones at my parent's house and these are the ones my youngest daughter found.
This layout was really fun to do and came together pretty quickly. To recreate, just punch 1" circles out of pattern paper and place them in random circles around the page. Stitch down the page in the middle of the circles.
Next, place die cut and epoxy embellishments in more of the circles, over the stitching.

Add layers of a glittery Polaroid frame, vellum paper and of course a title to complete the layout. I will add my journaling to some of the circles throughout the page.

Created with the May 2014 Gossamer Blue Main kit and add-ons. Get yours today before they are all gone, 'cause these beauties sell out FAST!

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6 comments:

Diana Fisher said...

Love what you did with the circle and the stitching. Cute page!

Vicky Nardone said...

This page looks so intricate and a lot harder to put together than you make it sound. I love the colors you used.

Aline Marengo said...

This page is very beautiful!

Diana Waite said...

this is BEAUTIFUL friend!

Lisa C. said...

How bright and beautiful!! Love your work!

jbonomo said...

Stunning layout! Love all the colors and it does not seem overwhelming either. Did you stamp the original circles or is it AC paper? i did not see it in the kit link. thank you!