Saturday, December 20, 2014

This Is What It's All About - Let's Capture Our Memories

Hey there! Hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend. Today I have a layout I created using the Let's Capture Our Memories sketch #101. This last month my daughter and some of her friends collected everyones leaves in their front yards and transported them into our front yard just so they could play in them and bury themselves in them. Crazy kids! It seemed like a lot of fun until they had to clean it all up and put them into So I figured with the mess they made in the front yard a super messy page was in order for the background and it was sooooo much fun to do! 

I started with some Gesso, a stencil and an old gift card to spread the Gesso. Then sprayed some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist in English Ivy, Tattered Leather and Crocheted Doily. I then flicked some of the Tattered Leather and also some Olive Vine over that. Once dried I spread some gold 3D paint lightly with the gift card. I think the final result is pretty cool and funky! And aren't these Elle's Studio Sycamore Lane leaf cork shapes super cute?

I love this rub-on and vellum by Crate Paper Open Book. 

LCOM Sketch #101

Product List:

Patterned paper: Crate Paper Open Book, Basic Grey Vivienne, Carta Bella A Perfect Autumn
Embellishments: Elle's Studio, Crate Paper, Jillibean Soup, Fancy Pants
Ink, embossing powder, paint: Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, Gesso, Art Glitter, Viva Decor 3D Stamp Paint
Ribbon/fibers: May Arts
Sketch Designer: Pagemaps
Miscellaneous: The Crafters Workshop Stencil


  1. Great touch with the gesso!! Love the background. Very creative layout!

  2. This is spectacular! Love your background work, paper strips, and cute cork leaves!


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