Tuesday, 18 March 2014


Hello and welcome back. I have a share for today that is one of my older layouts but also a favourite of mine. The photo of my daughter Cydne was taken some time ago, but it is just one of those photos that I will treasure always.

For this layout I have used papers from Authentique and wait for it Laser Cut Cupcake Wraps!!
I love to use these to frame photos. I sprayed three wraps with Glimmermist (Olive Vine) and then inked randomly using Distress Ink - Black Soot. I then glue them together (it is a little fiddly, but with a little perseverance, I got there). I then popped some liquid pearls around the frame work. 

The die-cut butterflies have been powder embossed and then a few drops of liquid pearls placed on top for its body. I have also used a couple of Prima resin goodness (bird and birdcage).

The chipboard word from Memory Maze was also glimmer-misted.
I also made a couple of flowers from the flat Kaisercraft Paper flowers to add a little more dimension and  greenery to the layout. To do this I  folded three flowers in to quarters and then glue them together at the sides and cut the base down so that it fits snugly.Other flowers included here are Prima, Bella! and again Kaisercraft paper blooms.

Well I hope that you have enjoyed your visit here. 

Have a great day.

Tina x

Products Used:
Authentique Collection
Transparency Paper
Lasercut Cupcake Wraps (Robert Gordon)
Memory Maze Chipboard Title
Prima Resins (Bird and Birdcage)
Memory Box - Kaleidoscope Butterfly Die 
Miscellaneous Acetate Prints
MPress Acrylic Stamp 
Glimmermist Olive Vine
Distress Ink - Black Soot
Prima Flowers
Green Tara Tiny Roses
Bella! Flower
Kaisercraft Paper Blooms
Kaisercraft Flowers
Kaisercraft Pearls (black)
Embossing Powders (Gold)


  1. Another stunner Tina ��

    1. Thank you Miss Rosebud for your lovely comments and for visiting me here. Hope you are having a lovely day whatever you are doing! Tina xx

  2. Tina what a beautiful page and photograph. Love the colours you have used and your embellishments are beautiful.

  3. Thank you - yes the photograph is always the most important thing I think!! Not a great photographer, this was just a fluke!! Thank you for visiting. Tina x


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