Hello,today I am going to share with you a LO I did,combining the Vintage Autumn Basics Collections, plus a couple cards I made, using the “new” A gift for You Collection…
I used:No.X,No.I.No.II,No.II-BS,Heritage & a BS of a label
I Used:19th of Dec
The Chipboard used is from Dusty Attic. Here are some closeups of detail…..
I did paper layers,some punch work,ripping & distressing. I did some hand stitching, & used ribbon in my layers.
Lace with a BS of a label,on the title I used shabby pink Smooch……
On the leafy flourish I applied picket fence crackle,then rubbed in a green chalk,once the crackle dried….
I also glued on some pearls onto the leafy flourish…
I made the headband,used it in the photo,then on the LO….
Burlap flower from Prima…
I used shabby pink Smooch on the fancy trim….
I used picket fence crackle on the leafy scroll,then rubbed in green chalk on the leaves & pink on the flowers. For the flower center, I used shabby pink smooch,liquid accents µ beads…
Here is a card I made using the new Collection ” A gift for You”
I used: From Santa with Love,Underneath the Christmas Tree-BS,Packed by Santa’s Elves-BS,Given from the Heart,Shipped from the North Pole, & the Die Cut Sheet
The chipboard used is from Dusty Attic
I did paper layers,ripping & hand stitching.I also used some corrugated paper & cheese cloth in the layers. On the under part of the decorative Scroll, I use red pepper ink,then rock candy crackle. Once the crackle dried I rubbed in some black chalk,then some white chalk. On the top part of the Scroll I used MS texture effects white,& sprinkled on so glitter while the effects was still wet…
Here is the next card….
I used:From someone special,Given from the heart,Packed with Santas Elves,Wrapped in old newspaper,Wrapped in old newspaper-BS,Die cut sheet & BS of lables
The stocking banner is Dusty Attic. On this card I did paper layers,hand stitching & covered the chipboard with paper.
Thank you for taking the time to look….Rachelle
Wow..! You’re amazing..! =)
I adore your page for the darling photo and amazing details and love your stocking card and the brilliant way you used the paper.
Rachelle, you are the queen of layering! I always enjoy your creations. I would love to know how you do your stitching.