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)


So Artful Challenge #2:  kraft, red white and pink
using this inspiration photo:
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.


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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