Monday, October 10, 2011

SO SLEEPY

Creating this layout was a delightful experience because of the lovely BO BUNNY "Father Christmas" collection  and the lovely embellishments used! 

Included in the embellishments are MAYA ROAD Vintage Findings, "Grandma's Doilies" and "Paw Paw's Doilies",  Let It Snow Kraft (snowflake), and Chipboard Mini Alphabet, "Audrey". Topping off the embellishment list with some lovely PRIMA flowers with holly leaves, and MAY ARTS ribbon and BoBunny pearls and buttons!  
Techniques used were paper distressing, inking (TIM HOLTZ) Distress Ink (Vintage Photo), machine stitching, painting (Tim Holtz Crackle Paint) layering and border punching with the MARTHA STEWART "Ribbon Loop". A new technique that I used here was paper padding, which adds depth to to the lovely oval picture of an angelic baby on the Bo Bunny paper. First, I cut out the oval shape around the child's face and then misted it with water to get it to stretch a little. Next, I stitched and inked around the edges of the oval and cut three concentric ovals of cotton batting to place under this sweet image. Last of all, I added a cardstock back to keep everything in place before adhereing it to the page. 


Thanks to everyone for taking a peek! 

7 comments:

  1. Awww, what a precious photo! I love the BBunny paper, will have to keep my eye open for it. I spy the machine stitching...it is a nice detail. The pearls and snowflakes add color and dimension~ Lovely Christmas memory & page! xo

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  2. Oh Patty, you always amaze me with your beautiful layouts. Like how you used the ribbon. Such a gorgeous design. Have a wonderful week.~~Cherrie~~

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  3. It doesn't get cuter or sweeter than this! LOVE, LOVE, LOOOOVE!

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  4. This is so very precious and your work with the details is fabulous dear Patty!

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  5. What a super sweet and beautiful layout! Love the black and white color scheme with just hints of color-fabulous!

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  6. oooooooo....absolutely stunning, Patty! That paper padding technique you described is WONDERFUL! Beautiful effect! And I ADORE this photo :)

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