Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Merry Christmas Get Together

 
I started by spraying the white cardstock with the glimmer mist then inking the distress stamps with the tattered rose and stamping randomly on the page (I did use the heat gun to dry everything so that I could start on the layout). I forgot to take a picture of the background before I started layering everything on it.


I pulled the frame stamps from my January Counterfeit Kit, stamped with black soot, embossed with clear embossing powder and then fussy cut them out.  I backed them scraps of pattern paper that goes with this months kit of the blues and pinks.


I need toner for my printer so I printed the pictures out on my mini LG Pocket Photo printer which is the two 2x3 pictures.  I was able to get the two 1 1/4" X 1 5/8"  pictures on the right to print as the ink was running out so I included.



After that it was just a matter of layering the photos with the buttons, stamped images and punched pieces of paper. 

My oldest was over needing to fix a leather watch band that was a Christmas Gift so I was digging through looking for a couple of leather snaps and found Grandma's box of Sequins, beads, and buttons.  At one time she was making the Styrofoam ornaments and had this left over box.  So I filled up a small spice jar with it and am including it with my January Renew Kit, (I just have to watch out for the pins!)



Thanks for stopping by.

January Counterfeit Kit - Renew
1 - 12x12 Layout

Recipe:
Paper: Counterfeit Kit - January Renew: Basic Grey - Lemon Bee "Honey Bee"; DCWV - Heirloom Stack, Pink and White Cardstock
Ink: Distress Ink - Black Soot and Tattered Rose
Glimmer Mist: Yellow Daisy and Jazz Blue
Punch: Stampin' Up - Decorative Label Punch and corner rounder; EK Success - Mini Heart and Star
Stamps: Stampin' Up - Notably Ornate and Extreme Elements; Unity KOTM October 2014 {love & joy for the holidays}, January 2012 {Heart and Soul} and March 2012 {{Just You}
Misc.: Adhesive, Buttons, Heat Gun, Pearls, Ruler, Scissors, Sequins, Silk Flower - yellow rose taken apart and X-Acto Knife,

7 comments:

Susanne said...

Oh I like the scattered layout of this page - that's the kind of thing that is really hard to pull off. Yours looks fab!

Leslie Germain said...

Beautiful layout!! Love the background and colors!! Happy New Year!!

Julia said...

Love all the embellishments on this layout and fab find!

Virginia said...

Lovely lovely page!

In His Grace, Janine Rachau said...

Beautiful work with the mists and stamps! What a great find for you on the sequin kit. I love the way the whole page flows - great layout!

Tina Campbell said...

Lovely layout Cindy I love that way you did your background with the misting and stamping it really pulls it all together and draws your eye around the layout :)

Lisa said...

wow, great use of the visual triangle in the overall design of your page - great job!