Monday, February 24, 2014

"Let Your Imagination Soar"....

I am LOVING the new LOLLYDOODLE paper pack!! So versatile! I am featuring this layout in the SOC Blog Challenge...Anything Goes!! All you need to do is create and link your project to the SOC blog...click here!! 

 I had the honor of meeting Mrs. Cardmonkey Jarvis, a super creative CTMH sister who taught a group of CTMH sisters and I the variety of techniques used on this layout. You can find this layout on page 105 of the new idea book. It features the Windy Day stamp set. I have to say this isn't a stamp set I normally would have purchased, however I am glad I was taken out of my comfort zone as I love this stamp. It makes me think about the dreams and aspirations I have for my two little princesses!!

Here is a close up of the different techniques on the page. I did some distressing on the letters forming the word "fly". I added dimension to the kite and clouds using 3-D foam tape! (I love dimension!!). I also tried my hand at coloring using the CTMH watercolor pencils and water brush. I love how my image came out considering I am not one that colors much. I even did some sewing using the CTMH piercing tool kit and Stitch Guide. I used a variety of techniques and CTMH products and I absolutely love how it came out.

If you would like to create this layout I am including a shopping list below. I would love for you to SHOP with ME by clicking HERE. You can also watch a video about this layout on my CTMH website by clicking on the CTMH TV tab and the video "Project Inspiration Tools for Tasteful Pages.  <----click here!!

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting!!
Shopping List:
White Daisy card stock
Lollydoodle paper packet
Windy Day stamp set
Cotton Candy Ink
Black Pigment Ink
Stitch Guide
Foam Mat
Scallop Border Punch
Pink Polka Dot Washi (Retired special so I would suggest the washi in the original layout Smoothie Striped washi)
Water Color Pencils
Water Brush (retired)
Piercing Tool Kit
White Marquee Enamel Shapes
Embroidery Floss Neutral Assortment
3-D Foam Tape



10 comments:

  1. Love how you photographed this...turned out great! Was nice meeting you this weekend. You are a very talented young lady!

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    1. Hi Donna!! It was nice meeting you as well. I used an IPhone app to for the picture frame. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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  2. This is super cute and I love Love Love the color scheme!

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    1. Thank you!! I really like the patterned paper and colors as well.

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  3. Cute creation. Love the stamp and the stitching!

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    1. Thank you :-) This has become my favorite stamp at the moment :-)

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  4. This is a stunning and oh so sweet photo display!

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Thanks for the comment love :-)