This month over at Berry71Bleu we have a White Winter/Christmas
challenge going on, sponsored by the amazing Wycinanka of Poland!
Beautiful, high quality chipboard elements in intricate designs.
I just loved this chippie frame but wanted to use photos from
Cami's latest birthday so I used my craft knife to cut the cats
out of the frame to make it more versatile.
The requirement is to use a white base for your layout and also
to stick within either a Christmas or a Winter theme. I chose
Winter as Cami has a Winter Birthday every June, our most
freezing time here in the Southern Hemisphere.
I just LOVE these woodgrain alphas from Jillybean Soup
& something was clearly up with my Martha Stewart
punch but, before trying to sharpen it, I thought I would
go with this look as it was kinda grungy & distressed :)
I used Purple Pumpkin goodies too - the XL button & the brown
crochet trim that came with one of their Limited Edition Kits.
I randomly inked the chipboard frame using Burnt Sienna
and Dark Brown inks from Color Box.
That lovely HUGE flower is from Manor House Creations
& can be purchased from the Zeus & Zoe Etsy store HERE!
The punched butterfly & resin rose are also from
Purple Pumpkin & available HERE.
I know it's a busy time of the year but there is a gorgeous
prize on offer as usual AND a Guest Designer offer to add
to your resume if you win, so I do hope that some of you
will be able to find the time to play along with the latest
challenge over at Berry 71 Bleu HERE.
Have a beautiful weekend everyone!!
Supplies List for 'Winter Birthday' Layout
Brown Print - Les Papiers de Pandore - Villa -
Secrets & In the Garden
White Cardstock - American Crafts
Modeling Paste - Reeves
Butterfly stencil - Maya Road
Dark Brown Ink - Color Box
Border punch - Martha Stewart
Lace & Gauze - stash
Crochet lace,buttons, butterfly & resin rose
- Purple Pumpkin
Black felt vine - Prima
Large flower - Manor House Creations
Calendar Card - Glitz Creations
Chipboard frame - Wycinanka
Woodgrain Alphas - Jillybean Soup
Teeny Alphas - Kaisercraft
Doily Transparency - Webster's Pages