For the first layout I used an old photo of my mother back from the early 60s.
|from my stash: stencil and Archival Ink Potting soil, Distress ink seedless preserves|
I matted the photo with the cork from the Main Kit and the pretty crochet doily, cut in the half. I love the acetate clock faces! At last I added some Prima Say It In Crystals Gems for a little bling.
The wood letters I first coated with Gesso and then colored with mist. I used a stencil with the Antique Mocha paint included in the Mixed Media Kit to add a print to the background. The stamp is from the Mixed Media Kit too.
The pretty tulle flower I colored with Lindy's Stamp Gang mist.
My second project is a little "quick-and-easy" card. The papers in the Main Kit are so gorgeous and the flowers and leaves from the Flower Add-On are so very nice, so you don´t need much more - only add a little picture, a word sticker and some interest on the background - done!
|from my stash: Gesso, picture from LaBlanche|
My next layout I wanted to make romantic. The lace patterned paper from the Main Kit is perfect for the little vintage picture.
|from my stash: white cardstock, modeling paste, pearl pen, little white flowers, Embossing powder white, Lindy´s Stamp Gang mists, Distress ink worn lipstick, stickles|
The Kaisercraft Aubergine Paper Blooms are so elegant! And look at the tiny clothes hanger - isn't it gorgeous?
I framed the picture with Ruby Rock-It Mother Nature Trimmings. For the background matting I cut one of the papers in pieces, distressed and inked it.
I enjoyed to work with this kit very much. You can see one more layout on the first of March for the March Sketch Challenge reveal.
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