decided I would try my hand at making some photo bunting and as these
papers from the Kaiserdraft Sea Breeze are in my fave colours I just knew I had found the perfect ones
to use and combined them with some family photo's.
made a heart shaped template and then cut out 11 heart shapes on nice
sturdy chipboard. I covered 6 with some of my favourite black and white
photos, I then sponged around the edges with some white acrylic paint
and the remaining 5 hearts were covered in scraps of paper including Refresh Splash and Swirl
I then added paper blossoms, sequins and butterflies that were given some *bling* using some Mercury Glass Stickles
Each heart had 2 holes punched into them and I threaded them all up
with some garden twine. I am really pleased with the final product and
see a few more in the pipeline in different colours. I think they would be wonderful for a wedding decoration, using photo's
of both the bride and groom, maybe as they grew up and decorated in the
wedding colours or for a special anniversary.....or imagine for a
child's first birthday with some of their 1st year milestones....the
list could be endless
I also made a very quick, simple layout. I based it on a sheet of Sea . I stuck a 5" wide band of Refresh down the centre with a thin scalloped band of Waterlily down each side.
misted various patches with some Turquoise spray and added a sprinkling
of turq and silver sequins and a selection of die cuts from the
matching Collectables range.
don't know about you, but I LOVE using my sewing machine to stitch
sections on layouts if I get the chance. However......there is a brand
new range of gorgeous stamps in the shop by a new manufacturer called 49 and Market
And in the range is a gorgeous set called Gabi's Line Stitch
.....I fell in love with these and they sell out so quickly everywhere
that I have seen them.....so I managed to grab a set.....and they ARE
AWESOME!!! I used them around the edges of my layout....and I can see
they will be appearing in LOTS of places from now on. ;)
Have you played with Sea Breeze yet? If so, it would be lovely to see what you have created with it.