Friday, April 12, 2013

good luck **Flamingo Scraps & Memory Maze Chipboard**

In March of 2011 Morgan was playing in the backyard and found a four leaf clover.  He was so excited, he could not believe, nor I, that he first found one and second that he found it within 15 minutes of hunting right in our own backyard.  So cool!

 I used the wonderful Graphic 45 Place in Time paper pad with the March selection of papers. There are so many cool items in the paper pad, the word strips, postage stamps, graphics, and tags I just used a few other embellishments to finish of the page.

I did not preserve the clover very well, I just let it air dry, so all the color was lost.  I coated it with glossy accents to prevent it from tearing, but it did not look very pretty so I just glued it to a tag, placed a Prima flower on the end as a pull out holder, and tucked in under the picture.  Here you can also see I used the Prima chalk ink to coat the edges of all the papers and the photo in my layout, it helps soften the look of everything.

Here you can see one of the Prima resins and the beautiful Memory Maze chipboard birdcages, I thought they looked wonderful together.

Here I used a tag cut out from the paper pack and tucked it under the torn and rolled top paper.  I then added Prima flowers and tuck in the Maya Road green flower pins (cutting off the part of the pin so they did not stick out) to create the cluster under the tag.

 I used Gelatos and water to color the "Good Luck" chipboard from Memory Maze.

Head on over to Memory Maze and Flamingo Scraps to get all your wonderful items for you next scrappy adventure!!

Supplies Used
Patterned paper - Graphic 45
Flowers - Prima
Chipboard - Memory Maze
Resin - Prima
Pins - Maya Road
Paint/Medium - Faber Castell
Ink - Prima


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