Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Two Handmade Blooms with Webster's Pages Trim & Some NEW Dusty Attic!!

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For this page I used a couple of older Webster's Pages collections (In Love and Everyday Poetry).  I also added a couple of the newest Dusty Attic chippies to embellish my page with....I just love the new Branches and Berries and the new Leafy Scroll chipboard pieces, they are so intricate and pretty....Here is a photo of them unfinished....
The treatment I gave these chipboard pieces was to double coat each of the pieces with some white Gesso, then I lightly brushed the tips of the leaves with a soft green.  The daisy I just painted a yellow center on it.  Then I took some soft Chestnut brown chalk ink and inked the edges.  For the berries, I added some Stardust Stickles and added a blob of Glossy Accents to give the berries a rounded look.
 

I thought I'd play a little with some of the Webster's Pages trims to make up a couple of blooms for my page (above).  I took a section of one of the lace trims on the Once Upon a Halloween trim, I cut out a section, (5 circles in length ...see below) and cut the strip in half to make two different blooms.. 

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After I cut the strip in half, I gathered one strip with a needle and tread and brought the two ends together, I stitched the piece to a small circle of felt on the back to stabelize the flower and snipped a small tattered pink rosette from one of the Websters Pages Bloomers strips for the center.  ( also added a small bow made from a strand of pearl trim before I attached the pink rosette.  For the other bloom I again gathered the bottom edge with  needle and thread, this time I used a Webster's Pages Perfect Accents rose to the center.  The pink of the rose was a little darker than I wanted to I just lightly dabbed the resin rose with some white chalk ink.  With one small strip I ended up with two cute shabby-chic blooms!
 
To put the page together I created a ruffled edge on the 'In Love' pink paper (you can find a small video tutorial on the right side of my page on how to make the ruffled edge).  I then figured out where I'd like to put my photo and embellishments and then strategically added some background stamping...Here is an image of what my paper looked like with the stamping before the photo and embellishments were attached... 
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The stamps I used for my background are the Websters Pages/Unity Stamp 'Beauty' Stamp, the Websters Pages Diamond Tag stamp, The Bo Bunny Midnight Frost script stamp and the 7 Gypsies ledger stamp. 
Here are a few close-ups of the finished chipboard pieces and the embellishment clusters on my page...
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The layered circle design is something I saw done by one of my fellow design team members over at Dusty Attic, Natasha made these cute circles on one of her layouts a while back and I thought I would give them a go on this page...I liked the result!Photobucket
If you'd like to check out the newest Dusty Attic Stamps you can find the Dusty Attic Store HERE ...or you can find a USA and Canada retailer in the rightside column of this blog.  For some yummy Websters Pages goodies you can purchase product at the Websters Pages Website HERE.  They are having a HUGE Warehouse Sale at the moment!  Check it out, it's a $150.00 value for only $25.00!! 
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I hope everyone has a wonderful Wednesday!! Thanks so much for stopping by and thank you kindly for all the sweet comments! xo 
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19 comments:

Edilza Teixeira said...

Oi Gabrielle!!!

Nossa quanta admiração!!! Felicidade de conhecer virtualmente uma scrap tão talentosa, criativa e harmoniosa. Parabéns pelo LO maravilhoso a dica das flores são fantásticas.

Beijos

morkaren said...

Meget flot LO og dine hjemmelavede blomster er super skønne. knus morkaren.

Keren Tamir said...

as always stunningly gorgeous!!

Romy said...

Oh my, this is stu-stu-stunning! Your flowers turned out just gorgeous and I love how you painted and used the chippies.

Lynn said...

I love visiting your blog Gabi, your always so inspiring. I love the step by step tutorials you did. I know it takes alot of time, but it's so appreciated. Your layout is stunning, I just love every element.

Tzi - Helen Hapsi said...

...aahhhh, it is so beautiful! So romantic with these lace flowers you made!
Thank you for the ideas and the sharing!

langeatheart said...

Another stunner! Love the DA and wow her hair is just gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration.

Rachelle Olaridge said...

So stunning!!!! Love the tips, accents, pic, pp, and design. Yep everyone wants to scrap like you that includes me too.LOL! Thanks for your inspiring work Gab.

pattyo said...

Well, you've done it again--gorgeous layout! I love those flowers you made!

Sandra said...

Gabrielle thanks so much for sharing your amazing talent for changing what we see, I love the lace flowers and the page is so soft and stunning.

duffy said...

I love it when you do the tutorials on how you make your own embellies! Also, I love it when you share the in-progress photos! Thanks for sharing your inspiring designs!!!!

Tina said...

Gabi, This is stunning, I love your flowers xx

Lizzyc said...

HI.. Oh wow.. this is so elegant and graceful, really beautiful.. I love the flowers you have made.. very pretty. and thanks for sharing about your layout.. always love your creations..

walkiria said...

Es un LO precioso, muchas gracias por el tutorial de las flores, han quedado muy bonitas.

Vicky Alberto said...

as gorgeous as ALWAYS!!!

Barb Ghig said...

Hi Gabi,
I apologize for not stopping by more often...I just wanted you to know how much I LOVE this layout! It is just beautiful in every way, complete with all of your famous 'touches'!!! Thank you so much for the step by step tutorial on the bloom and layout ~ Missing you ~ (((HUGS))and good wishes!!!
Barb G.

ingrid said...

turned out beautifully Gabi!! xxx

Karen Shady said...

absolutely stunning LO, love all the details, and thanks as always for sharing your wonderful techniques with us. Have a fabulous weekend

xx

Sandi Cl~ said...

Love love love this one! Amazing job with the new DA pieces! Like the new version of the lollipop flowers!

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