Flower Picture Frame Layout by Lady Nany

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Welcome friends, it's Lady Nany once again and this time my layout for today is inspired by an afternoon on the beach with my boyfriend. To immortalize this moment, I chose to combine the Flower Picture Frame cut file with Paige's Whimsical collection.
To begin, I cut the Flower Picture Frame with my Silhouette Curio on white cardstock and used the 6x6 Paper Pad to back the flowers and leaves.

Once this step was completed, I looked for a contrasting background and my favorite in this case was Paper 23. Then I decided that I would use the frame as a big shaker, so I looked for white tulle and sewed it with a machine. I added volume around the edge with adhesive foam and filled it with sequins of various colors and cut out buttons from Paper 06.

Before sticking it on the base, I decided to add a background to the frame with Paper 05. The next thing was to decide where I wanted to place the photo and add volume and pink thread to generate texture. My favorite part (but also the one that takes more work) is decorating. For this I used flowers cut from Paper 14Rub-OnsEnamel ShapesStickers, and Chipboard Stickers. To finish, I stamped the date with black ink, wrote on the edge of the frame, and drew some asterisks with a black marker. And that's it!

Thank you very much for stopping by to see my layout, it has been a pleasure to share with you my ideas and to work with the cut files that Paige creates weekly!

SUPPLIES: WHIMSICALPaper 05Paper 06Paper 14Paper 236x6 Paper PadRub-OnsEnamel ShapesStickersChipboard Stickers; Cut file: Flower Picture Frame by Paige Evans; Die cut machine: Silhouette Curio
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