Welcome to the March blog hop for the Brae-ers, where we will be featuring projects created with the Dreamin' Big paper pack.
If you have just hopped onto my blog, you can start here as this is a circular hop, but if you get lost youcan find your way by going to Brae's blog for a full list of participants. If you came from Sheena's Blog then you are in the right place.
We hope that you will take the time to leave comments on our posts, as we love to get feedback from our viewers...whether it was something that you really liked or some new technique that was used that you would like to learn how to do...by leaving us comment, we get to hear what you like and what you would like to see.
Thank you....now on to our hop!
Dreamin' Big caught my attention right away. I love the colors...there are so many of them in this paper pack...and they are so bright and cheery.
I chose to do another album with this paper pack. I am not quite finished with it yet, but I do have the cover page all completed. So that is what I am going to reveal for now...the rest is coming but you will have to be patient.
I love the airiness of this page. The wreath and the flowers were cut from the CTMH Flower Market Cartridge and the title "SWEET" comes from the CTMH Artbooking Cricut Cartridge. Both of these cartridges are wonderful additions to any cricuteer's collection. I get lots of use from them.
Other products used in this layout are:
pink enamel gems for the centres of the pink flowers (They seem to be a little off color on this picture of the layout.
Bitty Sparkles to add a little more bling. What girl doesn't love more bling?
Shimmer Brush - Clear I brushed all the flowers with the shimmer brush. I like the softness that the shimmer gives to the flowers.
Shimmer Brush - Gold for the centres of all the yellow and seaglass flowers.
Embossing Tool to give dimension to all the flowers. Do this before brushing the shimmer on and also before attaching the flowers to the page.
Foam Tape I used this to pop up the title and also the photo mat.
Liquid Glass to adhere the flowers and the wreath to the page. Cut into the wreath and place part of it under the photo mat. I find this helps to keep the true shape of the wreath.
The next stop in this hop is Emily's Blog. Thanks for hopping with us...we hope we were able to inspire you to create your own projects from those that you have seen along the way. Please come back again next month when we will have more projects to share with you.
Have a great weekend!