Monday, 9 July 2012

My first Lay-Out!

Hi all,
Today I made my very first lay-out ever!
I've tried to put as many different ideas and techniques in it as possible without cluttering the page.
A little while back I read a post on May Flaum's blog about Flat Lay Outs and I decided I would try to keep it as flat as possible.
I'm really pleased with the end-result, considering I've never did this before.

Here are some picture's :


I've distressed the edges of the top layer of cardstock with the Tim Holtz Paper Distresser and the Pumice Stone Distress Ink.
I have to admit; when I first opened the mail and took out the distresser my first reaction was : That's it?
But tiny as it is, it works like a charm!

I've distressed some beautifull white lace with the Pumice Stone Distress Ink and put it between the two layer's of cardstock all around the edges.


I embossed the brown paper with the brickwall embossing folder and torn of the left side of the paper to create a distressed look.


I've used lots of K&Company cut-outs all over the lay-out because the colours and sentiments worked perfectly with the cardstock pattern and the story of my lay-out.


And offcours I used the Sizzlits Die # Flourish!
I had to use my Big Shot as much as I possibly could just because I wanted to use it! LOL!!


Instead of a picture I used a stamp of a mask surrounded by butterflies.
Although I've never used the stamp before it is my favourite because of the image itself.
I speaks to my imagination!


The story of this lay-out is my advice in live;

Follow your heart, Just be yourself, Wonder, Grow, Play, Love and Live.


I'll be entering this lay-out in the following challenges :

Simon Says Stamp and Show... Layered Challenge :
http://simonsaysstampandshow.blogspot.nl/2012/07/challenge-layered.html

May Flaum Designs : Camp Scrap Happy Mail Week 5 :
http://mayflaum.com/2012/07/08/camp-scrap-entering-week-5/

3 comments:

  1. What a great project for your first layout attempt! I love how you distressed the edges of the pages - thanks so much for joining us for this week's Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!

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  2. Great project. Please take the word veritication on.

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