Hello, I am here to share with you a couple LO’s, I did using the Beautiful Autumn Basics Collection.The first one, is a photo of my youngest son, taken about 23 years ago,Time Flees!
I just love this collection!!!!!
From the Vintage Autumn Basics Collection, I used:No.XIII,No.XIII-BS,No.XVI,No.XX,No.XIV,No.XXI,No.XXIII,No.XXII-BS,the heritage sheet & some of the BS’s of the labels. The chipboard used is from Dusty Attic. Here are some close ups of detail….
I did my usual distressed,hand stitched layers. I cut out some of the parachutes & popped them. On this LO, I left all the chipboard raw…..
I cut out clocks from the No.XVI sheet,& inserted them into, the Dusty Attic & Prima clocks. The mini linen banners are from Maja Road…..
Here you see some punch work & tearing….
I did a rolled corner,by punching in eyelets,then tying a piece of ribbon around it. On the left side of the photo, is where I used some of the BS,s of the labels….
I also used some fabric in my layers,it was on some of my Halloween decorations….
I glued some seed beads in the fish net panel,& used some of Tim Holtz film strip…
Here is another LO I did,using the same colors, out of the collection,but the LO this time is of a little girl,that is another reason why I love this collection,it works so well with either boy ,or girl LO’s.
From the Vintage Autumn Basics Collection, I used:No.XIX,No.XIX-BS,No.XXII,No.XXI-BS,No.XXIII,No.XXIII-BS,the heritage page & some of the BS’s of the labels.
The chipboard used is from Dusty Attic. Here are some closeups of detail…..
I used Dusty Attics sketch for this month. I did my usual distressed,hand stitched layers.I also used my favorite Martha Stewart punch. This summer I made some headbands & embellished some crochet hats, for the little girls that came over to visit. The lace piece with the flower,is one of the headbands, that I decided to use on my LO….
I love the dream catcher & I know that Kaylie’s Mother & Grandmother will to….
I got my inspiration from Gabi’s dream catcher,but I cannot doodle, so I worked with it, in a way I was more comfortable with. I first applied candy apple TA onto the dream catcher,using a brush. Once that dried, I did a bit of doodling. I painted picket fence crackle,onto the feathers,& while it was still wet, I drew in lines, with my paper pierce.I then inked, all the edges of the dream catcher,with a brown ink pad. The closest brown, in a ink pad, that I can find for the brown, in the Maja Collections,is Versa Mark (pine cone). My next step, was to work on the circle part,of the dream catcher.. It took time,but I am happy with how it turned out. I used a thin hemp string for this. I used mini glue dots on the back, & as I was wrapping the string around, I put a drop of liquid accents in the front. I like to use liquid accents because it dries fast,& my embellishments stay. I just about broke off,one of the dangling pieces,of the dream catcher, when I was about 3/4 away wrapping. So I stopped & applied liquid accents to the back of the DC,then when that dried I applied rock candy crackle to the front. I did this to strengthen the DC. Then I continued to wrap & embellish the dream catcher with pearls & beads…
Shows some stitched circles,that are in my layers….
Some of the BS’s of the labels….
I used picket fence crackle on both the ferns & feathers ( I did the same treatment,on these feathers,as I did on the feathers,that are on the dream catcher. Thank you so much for taking the time to look….Rachelle
Breathtaking, I really love both layouts, such gorgeous details, WOW!
Gosh I fell in love with your boy layout. All that blue and those balloons. Just beautiful. Then I scrolled down and forgot to breathe. Your girl layout took my breath away. LOVE the headband and the dream catcher. All the pearls and feathers. What a perfect layout. Love your work.
These are two wonderful creations!!!
I am speechless!!!
So many gorgeous details and such a work!!
Two pieces of Art!!!!
You are the master of details! I am in AWE!!!