Thursday, January 27, 2011

Girly Girl

It’s TGIF eve…yippee. I love my weekends, especially if not much is planned and I can scrap, but wait….I am waiting for my kits, so what shall I scrap with. Well I have a room full of stash hehe, so I am safe in that department J This layout I made for a sketch challenge at The Dusty Attic. Most of the papers came from my Swirlydoos Basic Grey Curio kit. The photos are of my sweet grand daughter Kylee. She is so cute and at times a girly girl. I did my normal distressing to most of the layers and added some chalk inks to some of the distressing.
I made the flowers myself from a tutorial at Swirlydoos. I love these flowers and have made them a lot. I wanted to add a little something to the Dusty Attic vine. I painted the vine first, than I inked it with some moss green and dusty rose inks. I then added a few ice stickles to the piece. The butterflies I printed out and added stickles and gems to them. I also printed out the bird postcard and the cherub center piece. I distressed the edges and inked them as well. On the center piece I added some satin ribbon on each end.
Here is a close up of another butterfly and one of the title squares that I printed out and inked.
Well tomorrow is Friday and holy it is almost the end of the month as well….where does the time fly? The Color Room comes out with its new challenge tomorrow so I am sure that will be my next project. Thank you so much for stopping in for a peek. I hope that you all have a fantastic week, be safe and stay warm. Feel free to leave me some scrappy love comments, I love reading them ...take care and happy scrapping J


Cindy Gay said...

Pretty colors and what a pretty young lady!

Lean said...

great colors you used on this beautiful page.

Luz Maria Bruna said...

My friend you made an amazing work with Curio and using such great techniques!

Chrissy said...

Wow! Such a beautifully girly page. I love the cherub, the flowers and the butterflies. Beautiful color choices and what a darling little girl she is! Thanks for sharing this beautiful page.