I love this beach wedding photo, sometimes just capturing an indirect shot like the feet of a bride and groom can be so much more intriguing than a straight on photo. I love the soft blues and fawn colors in this photo so I decided to play up these colors in the layout. I used papers from 3 different collections: Vintage Spring Basics (the blue stripe), Ska vie ta en Fika? (the Coffee color dot) and Walking In the Forest (the leafy paper).
I added lots of intricately cut chipboard from Dusty Attic and finished it with some white paint and brown chalk ink and then gave them a coat of crackle medium. The wrought iron fence I gave a coating of black paint and then dabbed on some Meadow Paint from Dusty Attic and some Scribbles Bronze 3D paint.
It's a fun little trinket to make and it's again, something cool I found to make on Pinterest!
Here is a link to my Pinterest Board where I like to pin cool and clever ideas My Pinterest Board. And this is a link to the video tutorial on how to make this cute lil bird nest trinket above (tutorial by Julie Bean from Beadaholic). For my purposes I turned back the hanging loop because I used it as a center piece for my bloom (see below).
Patterned Paper - Vintage Spring Basics (7th of March, 6th of May-butterflies), Ska vie ta en Fika (Sockerkaka), Walking in the Forest (Birdsong-bs).
Chipboard - Dusty Attic Designs (Sweet Pea Frame Set, Wrought Iron Fence, Small Scroll#2, Grass Clusters #2, Mini Script ABC set).
Blooms - Recollections, Prima, Dusty Attic (leaves).
Extras: Paper lace doilee - Bo Bunny. Trinket - Prima.
Lace and pearl trim - no name off the roll.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! xo