Today I would love to share with you a layout of my youngest grand-daughter Annie on our youngest sons wedding day.
I just loved the Nesting Picture Frame Die Set from Couture Creations,
so easy to use and such a unique look that it gives to your project. Do you see the scallop circles they were made from the Nesting Scallop Circle Die and placed under the pattern paper.
I started by first cutting my photo using the Picture Frame Die by placing it on my die cutting machine so the photo would be in the center of the die.
I did a second cut using my Picture Frame die but this time I cut a piece of pattern paper, once I had both the paper and photo cut I set them to one side.
I used my Couture Creations
Fubu Embossing Folder and a piece of brown Core'Dinations paper to make embossed two small pieces of paper.
Using my Sanding Block from Couture Creations
I lightly sanded over the top of my paper to expose the kraft core of the paper.
I just love using misting mask and decided I would add a bit of detail to my patten paper with some distress paint.
I love, love the foam tape and wanted to let you see how I placed Annie's photo up above the frame using a few strips of the foam tape.
I used my precision scissors to cut two butterflies from my papers, rubbed the wings with Pink Glitzin' Glamour. Once the Glitzin' Glamour was dried I glued the bodies together and bent the wings up so it would look like a butterfly in flight.
Here is another look of the frame and the embossed pieces, along with some of the pretty Pink Gemstones. Don't you think they are perfect for the layout of Annie.
I hope you try your had at using your embossing folders and die cuts on your layouts, it definitely gives your project more depth. Hugs Pammejo.
Couture Creations Products:
CO723215 Making Picture Frame
CO723041 Nesting Scallop Circle
CO723306 Embossing Folder Fubu
CO721963 Foam Tape
CO721955 Precision Scissors
CO721957 Self Healing Cutting Mat
CO721969 Pink Glitzin' Glamour
Pastel Layered Flowers
Funky Swirl Rhinestones
Beautiful LO, Pam! Love how you used the embossing folder.ReplyDelete