I liked theses papers so much I pre-ordered them when they were first released about 3 months ago, I can't believe it took me so long to actually use them! Love this photo of Emily and thought the lush foliage on the paper complemented her smile just right.
I did do a lot of fussy cutting and hand stitching. When my husband saw me come over to watch a movie with him with paper and needle in hand, he just laughed! It took me more than an hour to stitch around the base page and the die cut paper! It was worth it though, I'm very pleased with the end result!
Don't thow away your packaging! I used the back of the rub-ons packaging to cut out the name of the paper collection and used it as my title. The beautiful green lace is by Cheep Trims available at Flamingo Scraps.
I also used some pink acrylic paint and Distress Ink to add color to my Artisan Element. To see the tutorial I shared earlier, click here.
To hightlight the beautiful flowers, I cut them out, inked the edges and adhered them using pop dots. I also scattered a few rose leaves by Prima in between the flowers.
Hope you liked my layout! Thanks so much for stopping by, have a very creative week!