I worked with the main and limited edition kits....
This months Limited Edition kit has been my favourite so far, the paper collection featured is Glitz Beautiful Dreamer, it is a collection that definitely lives up to its name and is so easy to work with especially with all the transparencies and what nots. Pam teamed the Glitz with a stunning array of embellishments.
This was the last page that I created using the kit and I think it is my favourite, I absolutely love this photo of Emily. Justin managed to zoom right in on her face as she arrived at her prom back in July, she looks so radiant.
The Peek A Boo transparencies can easily be cut up and used, I loved the image of the little girl on the swing but as a rectangle it just didn't work on my page but cutting it out worked a treat.
This was the first page that I created, I wanted the transparency to really stand out on the page so I backed it with kraft paper. I also trimmed the white edging off the floral what nots which gave them a more defined edge on the pale background.
The Main Kit is packed full of gorgeous goodies including papers from Bo Bunny and MME along with embellishments from Dusty Attic, Prima and Petaloo to name but a few!
I loved the Dusty Attic ornate frame that came in this kit, I coloured it by misting it with Tim Holtz Espresso colour wash spray. Whilst it was still wet I dry brushed white paint onto areas of the frame that I wanted to highlight and kept building up the layers until I was happy. I added a few blobs of Espresso dimensional pearls to finish.
I added some distress stickles, liquid pearls and glossy accents to embellish the chandelier.
I will be back tomorrow with the final instalment, if you would like to see the stunning creations that the other members of the design team created then head on over to My Creative Scrapbook, there are so many examples in the gallery!Thank you so much for the lovely comments that have been left on previous posts, I really do appreciate every one and it is such a lovely feeling to know that other scrappers like what I have spent hours creating. Thank you :)