>> Friday, April 6, 2012
Hello, everyone. Patricia here, and I am so excited to share my first project with you today using the gorgeous and vibrant colors from the Victoria Park Collection.
I cannot resist adding pops of color on top of a neutral background, especially for these spring photos of my daughter.
Then I added some fun, colorful layering under the photos. Both sheets of pattern paper are from the 6x6 Tiny Tablet. I loved the smaller patterns. To add some texture and dimension, I tore one piece. On the other piece, I used pinking shears (the kind for sewing, yes). I cut the leaves using my die cutting machine to peek out a little.
I really love the frames on the reverse side of Princess Avenue, so I cut one out using a craft knife, colored it in with a metallic gold Sharpie poster paint pen. Since the layout was about "trying" to catch a butterfly, I stamped the butterfly from Double Dutch onto Charcoal pattern paper, embossed in white, cut it out, and used foam adhesive to adhere.
Loved the journaling card with "Flourish" and the bold colors from the flower, so tucked that under the photos at the top along with a few more hexagons.
Hope you capture some amazing Spring fun this weekend.
Lily Bee Supplies:
Victoria Park: Princess Avenue, Hyde Park, Wortley Village, Charcoal, Covent Garden, Rasberry
Victoria Park 6x6 Tiny Tablet (Hyde Park and Grand Theatre)
Cardstock Stickers: Victoria Park
Index Journaling Card: Victoria Park
Stamp: Double Dutch
ABC Cardstock Stickers: Victoria Park