Saturday, 3 August 2013

Enchanted - Magic

 Hello folks!  There is an absolutely gorgeous layout by Sandrine Dawes to be scraplifted over on Scrapology this month.  My fellow Design Team members have excelled themselves and there are lots of beautiful pages to inspire you.
 I had so much fun playing with the Kaisercraft Enchanted collection with this sketch.  I stamped some tiny butterflies with grey memento onto the pale pink layer that I matted the photo onto and glittered each butterfly. (Needless to say all my edges are inked - I'm obsessed!!) I die cut some vellum using a doily die and covered it with Martha Stewart translucent glitter - Wintermint. The sentiment, cardstock butterflies and enchanted fairy are from the Enchanted Collectables collection.
More punching and die cutting for the banner decorative corners and bows (including my signature funky foam die cut letters) I finished off the layout with some beautiful paper blooms.  This page is so sparkly in real life,  Such a shame it clouded over the very day I needed to photograph it.  The fairy wings really sparkle with the glitter that I added.
I hope you are able to join in with this months challenge.  There is a fantastic prize up for grabs.... can wait to see if you can win it?  then why not buy it.  Details here.
Ciao for now!
Sandra x


Desire Fourie said...

Such a pretty layout with a gorgeous little subject.
Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Carol S. said...

Hi Sandra, This is such a beautiful page. I wish I had the time to do more scrapping as you are such an inspiration. Hugs, Carol s.xx

Craftychris said...

ooh this is beautiful! xx

debby4000 said...

Love your gorgeous layout.

Anita said...

Sandra, this IS a truly magical page, so very very pretty xxxx

Linda said...

Sooooo pretty, love the row of butterflies x

Tracey Brossart said...

Ahh this is super adorable! I wish I could create layout like that...was never any good at the scrapbooking so it was cards for me lol.

Thanks you for taking the time to stop by my blog and leave me a sweet comment.

You asked about the bow...I use a tool called the E-Z Bow Maker. LOVE it! Make perfect bows every time! :)

xx Tracey xx