Baby boy

Ok, so I know I haven’t been posting much for the past six months… I’ve been working way too much so my mojo kind of got lost along the way. But I actually felt inspired the other day and created a layout from my nephews baptism…

I’ve mixed papers from Vintage Spring Basics and Vintage Summer Basics. The background paper has actually been inspired by my sheets! I showed them to Marie last summer and said that she had to do something with them and she did. :)

I’ve used Gesso and Texture Paste in combination with different Glimmer Glam’s on the background. I’m one of the few who actually likes flocked rub-ons, but that brown clock wasn’t that good. Some liquid pearls made it a nice decoration anyhow.

The ball chain continues to another mini cluster. I’ve used washi tape and different laces from my stash on the music paper.

I just love using branches, but they are quite expensive. I need to take the time to start making my own. They are so decorative. I’ve filled up the Prima branch with flowers of different brands and kinds.

Until next time… enjoy the heat while it lasts. The long winter will be here before you know it.

Supplies used:
Maja Design Vintage Summer Basics collection
1899

Maja Design Vintage Spring Basics collection
6×6 pad
4th of March

Decorations
Bird and heart from Prima Resin.
Light bulb by Prima Junk Yard Findings.
Branch by Prima.
Antique Mirror, letter stickers and Flocked Rub-Ons by Prima.
Flowers by Petaloo, Re-collections, Wild Orchid Crafts and LSS.
Ball chain and washi tape by Tim Holtz.

Paints and stuff
Gesso by Claudine Hellmuth
Texture Paste
Distress Ink Pad Walnut Stain
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam Tutu Pink
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam Hay Ride
Liquid Pearls White Opal

The rest
Stencil by Prima
Die by Spellbinders Nestabilities
Lace from mom and LSS

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2 thoughts on “Baby boy

  1. scrappymo!

    So gorgeous. I was lucky enough to win the 6×6 spring and summer collection. I am off on a long holiday and once returned home can’t wait to crack open those gorgeous papers.

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