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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

More Projects Using the Swirlydoos Bell Chanson Kit

I have had the best time using the Bell Chanson kit! I love the updated colors with a classic, elegant look. So unique. Today, I'm going to share my last projects made with this beautiful kit.

"That Crusty Face" Layout (featuring Flourish with a Bling, and Sketch Inspiration)


This week, Swirlydoos is sponsoring the sketch challenge at Sketch Inspiration! That was my inspiration for this layout, and this cute pic of my youngest sitting in the grass this spring. I love that crusty little face! Check out this lovely sketch: 
And, here is the prize: The Belle Chanson kit. (I really wouldn't mind having another, as I have used most of it!) 

And, I also used the FWAB Jack Vine on this layout:

"Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow" Layout 


So this is another layout with a pic of my and my husband. I just think they go so well with the kit colors. I used faux stitching on the big background paper and the Martha Stewart Swirling Lace punch. I also used Frayed Burlap Distress Ink on the paper, using wiping it directly on the paper instead of using a blending tool. I wanted it to have that ragged look and also put enough color to contrast with the resin pieces and doily. I cut up the chipboard title from Fabscraps, and used the new bronze metallic Distress Stain, then I painted the pieces with Silks glaze paint in Guatemalan Green, and finally pressed on black chalk ink.

"Rock-a-Bye Baby" Layout

So, this layout is for the October Round Robin at Swirlydoos. I got to lift Hanne's beautiful layout that you can see HERE. I used faux stitching on most of the layers. All of the flowers were touched with Silks Glaze acrylic paint in Georgia Peach.

Thanks for looking!

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