Tuesday, February 14

my sweet little pink fairy

hello scrappy friends!

today i've got a brand new layout to share with you:


i've based my layout on MCS JANUARY sketch:


and on the color challenge #217 from COLOR COMBOS GALORE


i made this layout for my daughter ELISE. she is not as little as on the pictures anymore, but to me she will always be my sweet little pink fairy.

i used mainly PRIMA products and MARIANNE DESIGN dies.


the paperс are from the FABULOUS shabby chic collection. i did a lot of fussy cutting, stitching, stamping and colouring... again:-) i used PRIMA resist canvas "romantique", PINK BUBBLEGUM glimmer mist and rhinestones to create the big pinkish butterfly. the bird cage is from marianne design die.


the brown branch is also made with resist canvas and COFFEE SHOP glimmer mist, the heart comes from marinanne design and the cute little key hole and key are from DUSTY ATTIC. i added a layer of gesso and a layer of TATTERED ROSE distress ink to give them a colour fit for my design.

i stamped the fence with PRIMA stamp and colorbox brown ink pad, and cute out the white spots by hand. i added a hunt of pink ink to
the white PETALOO flowers and arranged the small roses around the fence.



the decorative frame on top of my picture is cut with HC decorative chateau gate die. to create a fairy effect, i added rhinestones.


i finished my design by adding a big pink bow:


i hope you enjoyed today's post! see you tomorrow for HEARTFELT CREATIONS wednesday!

hugs 'n smiles,
Emmy

3 comments:

GLENDA BROOKS said...

Stunning layout and such a cute picture!

Caroline D. said...

Awww this is a sweet page!! The colors and elements you used are perfect girly things... flowers, butterfly and bling!

Janet Perafan-Babar said...

Oh Emmy!!! What a FANTASTIC, FANTASTIC page! the design is exquisite! The layering and the beautiful feminine details, LOVE it all, the fence, the sheer ribbon bow, the birdcage, the bracket and beautiful patterns in the paper. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!!!! thank you for doing such a beautiful page at CCG, oh and the sketch too, great translation!