Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Annamarie's Class and Prima Layouts

Hi Everybody

I am doing my best to be a bit better with regularity of my posts. I will show you something I started last summer and put finishing touches only recently.

I attended Annamarie's class last summer, she had a goody bag full of gorgeous Prima papers and flower and designed 2 pages. So I happily started working on the first page, which, of course I did not finish during the class, so there is my finished page now:

And this is pretty much copy of what Annmarie did.

Second page had instructions, which I of course lost by time I came back to the kit and the pages.
The lost instructions did not put me down, who would not be inspired by those papers and Prima flowers and it happened that I had some wooden buttons from the same collection. I added few bits and bobs from my stash and used up the kit as you can see:

This is my favorite page, my DD2 and her first ever 'academic' achievement - she is 'graduating' in her creshe, LOL.  This would not be so funny if she was starting regular school that year. Since my older daughter used to go to a private school at the time they where taking in pre-school children too so we decided to move the little one from the creshe and here it is her 'Graduation' - How funny is that!?
Anyway, I was even brave to stamp on those patterned papers, using  Hero Arts script stamp and I used it on following pages as well.  I could not resist not to use all scraps of paper:

Prima flowers packaging is used as a journaling card on the last page. And some close ups:

Small flowers are Prima, the big once are homemade/die-cuts. The fabric flower is made using off-white canvas and then I applied some distress ink.

This is all for now, have a nice day and thak you so much for  the visit.



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