Pleines d'artifices

 Hello everyone,

So, long time no write (can I modify the actual expression to write this?!)! As predicted, I have been REALLY busy, worked about 53 hours last week... I guess it might not seem a lot to some of you, but I normally work 37,5 hours... And as a French person, I should fight for my 35 hours! But I don't mind, I did lots of new things at work and I loved every piece of it! But this week is more quiet, and I have to say that I like being home with my fiancé (let's call him S. from now on) and my kitty cat Gaston (let's call him Gaston, shall we... after all, it's his name :p).

I just finished my homemade mayonnaise (yummy) and I am waiting for my leeks to be cooked so we can have dinner. And I thought that, in the mean time, it was time for me to blog!

Anyway, do you know Pam, over at Pamela's world of scrap? Well, if you don't (which I doubt), walk.. no RUN and visit her blog! She has fantastic ideas and makes fabulous designs. Anyway, I fell in love with one of her LOs and thought I would scraplift it... Bad me... But then, I know that she underwent surgery and can't blog not scrap as much. So, I thought that sharing one of her creations might do her well... Even if I am sure nobody is going to forget her!

So, she shared this LO in Jan. (yes, click, click, go!) and I instantly knew I would have to scraplift it!

And here is my take on it

The background is the Picadilly collection from BG.
I used the "Out of Print" collection for the circles (6x6 pad)

And here are a few close-ups:

The heart is, if I'm not mistaken, from
Artemio!
Love the TPC fiber! (or is it TCP, I'll check
out!)

I cut out a AC sticker, and it fit perfectly
the size of the circle! PERFECT!!! 

For the flower, I used a Spellbinder die,
it's BEAUTIFUL! Some layering, some
brads... AWESOME!

I stamped and clear embossed a nice shape.
Then I put some distress ink on the side!

Used some washi tape, layered more
flowers. I used a square shape I got
at some Dollar Store, and I painted
some yellow crackle paint on it.

Thickes and a alpha. To cut the first words,
I used a Sizzix die.



































STASH USED:

* The little shape
* The crackle paint
* The stamp on the tag

WHAT I LIKE ABOUT THIS LO

* I used washi, YYYYEEEAAAHHHHH
* The title... Just the title is a story. It's a sentence my nephew used to say when he was like 2 or 3... It's from Snow White!
* I love the pop of colours in front of the off-white background... And the black twine too!
* I liked using stickers and stuff!


Well, on that note, I will leave you to your day, hoping it will go well!! If I have the courage, I will have a look and come back to let you know what the exact supplies are!

Have a great day everyone :-)

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10 commentaires:

  1. This is fabulous girl! I love it!! And I LOVE that you scrap lifted me!!! :)

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  2. This is so cute! I love everything about this layout. Especially the heart and flowers!

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  3. this is just way too cute!! love it and you are right pamela is so talented!

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  4. Really cute!! Love the white space and the repeat of the circles!

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  5. What a GREAT scraplift! Turned out awesome!!

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  6. Well done on the washi ;) and I love Pam's blog too....what a super page :)

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  7. Very pretty layout. I really like the distressed tag.
    Pam has a great blog :)

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