Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Renea's gorgeous Sweet Sentiments kit projects!

Good morning everyone!
Today I get to share a couple of stunning creations from Renea!

First I am going to share a Vintage look Pocket Journal
that she created using the Scraps Of Elegance November Kit~ Sweet Sentiments

She cut down some of the kit paper and formed a large 6 x 8 pocket
then added the lace and elements and the vintage photo!

Here are some more of the beautiful details

Next up is a stunning layout she created featuring a photo of her Nephew Zachary when he was little, kissing Draven's check while he was sleeping in his carrier......

 This kit has some really gorgeous papers in it and she used a bottom layer piece then took a 2nd layer and distressed it then punched it randomly with a note book punch and then tore pieces of some stash music note tissue tape and applied it to the edges.  She then did some random painting  and stippling and then went over it randomly with some paint from her stash.

then layered in more paper that she distressed and punched and fussy cut some pieces from some of the paper and then layered her photo onto the top.

She fussy cut the clock and flower piece from the papers and layered it over the edge of the photo with foam tape for lots of dimension. She then added on some flowers, and some past kit flowers that she texture painted. She tucked in some twine bows made from the twine that was in this month's Embellishment add on and tucked it and cheesecloth into the flowers. 

She added more flowers, including the large yellow one that was from this month's Floral Add On, and tucked in more twine, cheesecloth and a Prima piece from  her stash. The title was created by winding more of the twine around the brads in the kit and then tucking a fussy cut from the paper sentiment into the twine wraps. 

The Moths with the light bulb bodies were created by taking a Stamp And Add Moth Wings Stamp, and stamping the Tim Holtz Frosted Sheets from the Embellishment Add On using Stayz On Ink, fussy cutting them out,  and then apply the metal bulb from the stamp set onto the wings and attatching them to the layout with foam tape for dimension.

Thanks for stopping by!

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