Monday, December 19, 2011



Check out the Bo Bunny Blog today! Scraps of Darkness and the work the designers have done with their Enchanted line is being featured!!! Woot Woot!!!

I have been on a mojo roll these last few days and have a couple of new layouts to share using the GORGEOUS Enchanted papers from our Winters Eve kit.


I used a piece of Clear Scraps  XL deco shape that I had in my stash as a backdrop. I took one of my Prima Masks and the Lindys Black Orchid mist we received in our Color Add On. I covered the background with the misting. I also colored my Prima mistable canvas pieces in the Black Orichid. It looks gorgeous in real life. So shimmery and a silvery grey. This time I fussy cut those papers. They
were begging me to.

I inked the edges of all the cut pieces in black ink. I dissected Mandy's pin. You know you don't have to use things in the kit as they are. I decided to pull the pin apart. (Sorry Mandy) and I used the netting and the beads in different spots around the layout. I used the cap of the pin for the top of the cut out dress form shape. This photo of my husband and I was taken over this past summer. (Photography credit: Gina Coppollino)


I am starting to get into using images for my artwork. Sometimes I have a vision in my head and I need something other than real life photos to play it out. I purchased this one through High Tea Design Etsy
and I love it.

I wanted to go soft and heavenly with the Bo Bunny Paper mixed with the Creative Imagination. I used a tattered rose distress ink around the edges and on the Basic Gray Little Black dress lace stickers.
I also used a subtle Lindys mist on the Kaisercraft gate.
I sewed around the photo and also distressed the edges with my zutter.  Then I inked them in the tattered rose.

Thank you for taking the time to stop by. I appreciate your visiting me and leaving such nice comments.

Happy Holiday week!


Julie said...

I love the "gates" in the second layout! Beautiful!

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