Hey there Little Birdie fans! It’s Melissa with you today, sharing a new pretty pink layout created using lots of awesome Little Birdie goodies!
For this layout, I have used Little Birdie’s ‘Cottage Lace’ card stock. I used some of Little Birdie’s ‘Celebrate Life’ card stock as my photo mats and also to pop through the hole I ripped on the top.
I arranged some of Little Birdie’s ‘Celebrate Life’ elements around my photos and cut one of Little Birdie’s chipboard frames in half and covered them in both White Gesso & Matt chalk acrylic paint in ‘Misty Rose’, before attaching each half to each photo.
I arranged lots of Little Birdie flowers around some lace trimming and then added some glitter to them to shine. I have used Little Birdie’s chipboard sentiment for the title and heat embossed it with embossing powder.
To finish off (It’s a little hard to see in the photos) I used some pixie powder and Metallic F/X to outline the area I worked with on the card stock. It gives it a pretty shimmer in the light.
I hope you liked my layout, thank you so much for stopping by. I will be back with some more inspiration very soon! Until then..happy crafting!
Hello friends! Today I, Inna Brigantina, will show you a decorative panel as an inspiration. The shape of the crescent moon, the face of a beautiful girl and the magical palette make my project a bit mysterious. In order not to work with background coloring for a long time, I took a sheet of paper from the Aqua Medley kit and simply traced my blank with a pencil. I cut it out with scissors. The shape of the crescent moon is very simple, so it’s easy to do even for a beginner.
To complicate the background a bit, I applied Stone Texture Paste-Barley Crunch via a stencil. I painted the drawing with acrylic paints.
For the composition I will need rose leaves. I made them using stamps and cut out with the coordinating cutting dies that are included in the set. By the way, for stamping I use negatives left over from decorative clippings from the same set of paper.
I tint some of the leaves with Sparkle Paste Mulberry Glaze to maintain the colors in my palette.
I choose a suitable picture and compose a composition of flowers, leaves and cutting elements. It looks like this process is actually a little magical, because I almost never manage to capture it in a photo)))
I slightly cover the finished composition with magic pollen / glitter, add ribbons and admire the result. I hope friends, you too will get inspiration from my project. And to make your work beautiful, I leave you a list of materials from our store.
One of the coolest things in my stash of Little Birdie Crafts items is the ‘Chevron in Aquarelle’ Linen paper pack. It has a neat texture with some fabulous prints and colors! Here I’ve used a piece of the purple chevron design and I’ve taken some of the Retro Gold ink pad and added some color interest to the purple paper. If you look closely, you can see the paper has a kind of ombre look or gradient to it and the gold makes it really sing!
For my focal point, I cut out the beautiful unicorn image from the ‘Boho Dreams’ paper pack. I also took a few strips of paper from that Chevron Aquarelle pack to layer underneath. I grabbed a piece of burlap paper from the ‘Texture Brew’ pack as well. I sort of dirtied up the strips with the gold ink and the gold Metallic Wax.
For the accent pieces, I snagged a doily from my personal stash and colored it with the gold ink. I used this super cute Jewel Butterfly from Little Birdie Crafts. I had the white ones so I used my Color Splash Spray in Berry Blast to bring the tone closer to that of the unicorn image. I also sprayed just a bit of a glimmer spray for the softest glittery sparkle.
I took the greeting from a page in the ‘Watercolor Floral Ballet’ paper pack and again added some of the gold wax so it wouldn’t be so stark white. I glued it to a piece of coordinating paper from the ‘Boho Dreams’ paper pack and popped it up on 2 rows of dimensional tape.
To finish, I added some Pearl Drops in Pink Bliss and some of the silver embellishments from the Bling Fiesta kit. I love how this card turned out and I just know it would brighten someone’s day to receive it in the mail. I’d love to hear how you liked my design and I hope you have a wonderful day!