Sunday, June 12, 2011

Squish

Oh wow, how much do I love the Jubilee collection from The Girls Paperie that I've been working with this month for Handmade by Suzanne?! The colours are just perfect for me and I adore the vintage inspired design.


I was able to crank out 4 layouts in a matter of two days using this line (trust me, that's a lot for me!)
This is my first one. I've used a photo of my Little Moodles with my nephew too. We don't get to see each other all that often so this was the first time we realised how similar the two look together. Same piercing blue eyes and fat little hands!!


I've also been loving my Crafter's Workshop stencils and was able to incorporate lots of different stenciling techniques into these layouts too. You can see the close-up above how I used a multi-coloured ink approach on this one. If you're interested you can see all my techniques in a tutorial here.

And since we're on the topic of new products I am loving then I would be remiss not to point out the Ranger Liquid Pearls I've used to add little details to the flower cut-outs above. Easy to use and fast drying, with great results I think!

All these different types of alphas come in the Sticker Market book. It also has these border stickers, labels and words too. Great value if you think about it - all your alpha and embellishment needs in one book!

I hope to be posting my other three layouts real soon too. It's just a matter of internet access whilst I'm on holidays. I'm not organised to have them all pre-written and scheduled!

But in the meantime don't forget to check out my current giveaway. Papers and Embellishments galore!!

9 comments

  1. such a lovely combo colors. its adorable

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  2. Just lovely!!love your style and technique!!

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  3. your talent never ceases to amaze me... beautiful- and I MISS those chubby hands...

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  4. Wow! This is just absolutely beautiful! The layers are awesome and that steciling...gorgeous! When I first saw the lo I thought the stenciled paper was a store bought pp...you really did a GREAT job with all those colors!

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  5. Oh wow, Natalie...this is stunning. I love the soft colours...they are perfect for these photos...and your stenciling with multi coloured inks is simply superb! I love the great dimension that you have achieved...awesome. Really..your LO is amazing.
    Have a fantastic week...

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  6. Totally loved the tut on stencilling/ink, everything looks absolutely yummie! and your photos, who doesn't just adore them! xxx

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