Thursday, March 7

flower patch and PAPERHAUS monthly sketch

hello lovelies,

i suppose you already know about PAPERHAUS monthly sketch inspiration feature.

well this month we have a surprise for you - it is a sketch plus something extra!

if you would like to be a guest on PAPERHAUS' blog as part of next months sketch, all you have to do is create your own take and send us the link. easy-peasy, right!

for more detailed information, please visit the PAPERHAUS blog.

and now on to my take on march sketch -


and here is the sketch, created by our very own JULES:

since march is THE spring month at PAPERHAUS i've decided to create a spring layout.
i mixed two vintage MAKING MEMORIES paper lines "noteworthy" and "flower patch" and i think they look great together!

to create the punched frame i used MARTHA STEWART "vintage floral" punch set. the butterflied are fussy cut from the paper/

i used different floral dies from MARIANNE design to create the spring spread.

the lovely swirl and frame around the picture are from FLOURISH WITH A BLING "bella rhinestone flourishes wine". the blue and purple pearls are also from FWAB.

the floral doily is made with DIE-VERSIONS "whispers -floral parasol" die. i embellished it with different size pearls.

the flowers are, as usual, PRIMA! i used their new release "pankita rose collection" spring mix. the resin blossom is from their "cabachon collection" from DONNA DOWNEY.

and did you noticed PRIMA new packaging? it is awesome. i cute the three small banners right from the packaging and added them to my layout without any alteration.

here is a list with some of the products i used on this page: 

i hope you liked today's post!

and i can't wait to see what you will create!

have a fabulous FRIDAY!

hugs 'n smiles,


Patty O'Malley said...

This is just exquisite, Emmy! The little flowers around your daughter's collar mix well with the beautiful flowers int he layout. Love this!

Anne Temple said...

Your layouts are amazing! Love all the details and your design. Would never have guessed the doily was the DV parasol though - very creative!