Thursday, February 23, 2012

High Tea


This is my latest layout using a beautiful Gecko Galz image (printed out 5"x7") from the Teatime2 ephemera set.  

Technique: misting paper using a doily as a stencil, then removing it; misting fabric flowers, cotton crochet trim, and chipboard alphas.

I'm entering this in these two challenges:

using this inspiration photo
(my turquoise is more on the blue than the green side)


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So Artful Challenge #2:  kraft, red white and pink
using this inspiration photo:
Supplies:
Martha Stewart Gothic Arch punch
Starform Gold Outline Stickers
Maya Road flower
Recollections brad
Kaisercraft wood birdcage

from the Flying Unicorn on-line store:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in the fabby color Red Nosed Reindeer
Pink Paislee (Mist)-a-bles-- chipboard alphas that have built in distress.
Basic Grey Kissing Booth,  Fancy Pants Designs Oct 31,  and Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage Classic patterned papers;
Petaloo, Flora Doodles, ZVA Creative, and Flying Unicorn flowers; ZVA Creative pearl flourish
Note: this layout was the Today post at the Flying Unicorn forum on February 23.

13 comments:

Starr said...

Oh how wonderful, your colors are stunning and that is one of my fav images!

Sandi said...

Helene, I am lovin' your colours! Great piece! Hugs,

Electra said...

This is absolutely goregous! I love the touches of blue! Thanks for joining us at Soartful!

Micupoftea~ said...

Like the multi punching and crochet trim :)

Michele said...

classic gorgeous piece! xo

craftattack said...

Great LO, love the colours! Valerie

1CardCreator said...

This is gorgeous! Love all the flowers and lace!

Heather said...

I Love your LO Helene! Your misted doily is fabulous! I love the Gecko galz image!!

Shona said...

I love the colors too Helene.....beautiful!

lszalil said...

Helene, love the colours you used and also the ephmera. Beautiful layout.

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Such a fabulous creation.

hazel said...

A wonderful layout. I love the stencilled doily.
xxx Hazel.

purple_pea_fran said...

Wonderful scrap page! Thanks for joining us in The Shabby Tearoom this week.

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