Como tengo una obsesión con las flores, mariposas y perlas elegí el shabby chic, y aunque tiene unos colores algo más vivos de lo habitual en este estilo, creo que se acerca bastante. No os perdais todos los demás, son espectaculares! podeis verlos en Scrapbookpasion
When I posted my shadow box a few weeks ago I said I had been to a crop, and what's a crop? a meeting to scrap! so we wanted to work on some project, and Maria proposed a fun idea: each of us would choose a scrapbooking style and do a layout trying to stick to it.
As I have an obsession with flowers, butterflies and bling, I chose the "shabby chic" style. I think the colors are a bit too bright, but otherwise the page fits the style rather well. Don't miss the other styles' works, they're spectacular!! You can see them at Scrapbookpasion
Los papeles son todos de la colección "country garden" de bo bunny,mas bonitooooooooos!! Además usé varios rubons de la colección.
Papers are from the collection "country garden" from Bo Bunny, soooooooo gorgeus!!!! I also used some rubons from the collections.
Las flores de color azul y crema estan hechas a mano (con el troquel Rose Creations de Donna Salazar) y añadí un poco de diamond dust a la grande.La flor amarilla es de Wild Orchid Crafts y las azules pequeñitas de ZVA.
The blue and cream flowers were handmade (using the Donna Salazar's Rose Creations die), and I added some diamond dust to the biggest one. The yellow flower is from Wild Orchid Crafts, and the small blue ones from ZVA.
The yellow flower is from Wild Orchid Crafts and the blue ones from ZVA.
I painted the street lamp (that was cut with my silhouette cameo) with distress ink bundled sage and applied a coat of distress crackle paint.
The butterflies were cut with my cameo, I painted them with two colors of acrylic paint and added frosted lace stickles. The central ones were cut with a die-namics.
I did lots of fussy cutting, these butterflies were cut from the papers.