Saturday, April 20, 2013

Get Out Your Eyelets

Good Morning Everyone! I hope your all enjoying your day!
 
It's Lynn today and I would love to share a layout I did with you. This month we are featuring our all new 6x6 Paper Pads and they are one of my favorite things to use. They are perfect for backing your photos and doing layers.


For this layout I started off with Cracklin Rose 200 for the background, then I took two sheets from the Cracklin Rose Paper Pad and punched some holes and added eyelets to make it look like an open book. It was like doing two mini layouts!

I used some different sheets to add layers and used my punch to make some borders. Along with a few quotes from the Paper Pad and some of my favorite PowderPuff Chalking Inks, this came together quite quickly. I added a few flowers from my stash and a few pieces of chipboard.

I used a photo of my husband and I last fall at a family photo shoot. This collection is just so perfect for so many seasons!

Quick Quotes Supplies:
Patterned Paper: Cracklin Rose 200, Cracklin Rose 6x6 Paper Pack
PowderPuff Chalking Ink: Mocha Mama,Dusty RoseBloody Mary

Other Supplies: Prima Flowers Avon Rose Printery, CTMH Color Ready  Garden Wooden Shapes, Burlap, Technique Tuesday In Stitches Stamps, Making Memories Eyelets

Thanks for joining us today!
~Lynn

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6 comments:

Rhonda Van Ginkel said...

Lynn I just love how you created the look of a page on here!!! The eyelets are perfect!

Charlotte Brochu said...

I love this layout! Very innovative with the mini tied into the layout!

Barb Craft said...

I adore this layout Lynne! It looks like you opened up a mini album and laid it right on the page! And the layering looks amazing!

barb :)

Marcia Dehn-Nix said...

Love how you did this using eyelets! Gorgeous layout.

Karan said...

great and unique idea, love how it looks like a page from a book, :D

Dawn Carlyle said...

Great idea to use the eyelets for the layout to make it look like a book/album!