Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Two beautiful Shabby Chic layouts from Nicole!

Hi Nicole here....I am back today with another layout featuring the Scraps of Elegance March 'Hello Beautiful' kit!


This photo of my niece Daphne went perfectly with these patterned papers and I found the perfect title for my page in my own stash... just plain wonderful!


As far as colour combination, I wanted to focus on purple, green and gold.  So I used the beautiful Petaloo flowers from the Floral Add-On as well as white and purple Prima flowers and some lavender blooms from the main kit. 


I sprayed my page with Lindy's Stamp Gang purple mist and added a fair share of beads.


I dare say that this is now a new favorite of mine!


Thank you once again for joining me today
and hopefully you'll be back soon for more Scraps of Elegance inspiration !

Sharing with you one more project 
showcasing the March Scraps of Elegance 'Hello Beautiful' kit.


Those who are familiar with my work have noticed that I do a lot of paper ripping
 lately on my layouts. I love the look of it and how it allows me 
to feature several different patterned papers on my pages. 
This time, along with paper from the kit, I also used corrugated cardboard
and white cardstock from my own stash.


This quote shows up many times in the Graphic45 collection 
which is included in the SOE kit. It is so beautiful and 
I thought that it would be very fitting for a layout about me.


I used the rose stamps in the Heidi Swap set on white cardstock 
and fussy cut around the image 
to then slip the stamped pieces in and about my flower clusters.


This is me, a couple years back, 'au naturel' as they say, 
during a nice stroll in a wooded park of my hometown.


Here is one again the 'Hello Beautiful' kit and the add-ons with which I created this month:




Elements Add-On


Floral Add-On

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