Oh so lacy!

Hello! With Valentines around the corner, I thought I would work on a romantic layout. Todays layout features borders and flowers.

I started by dressing up the layout with piecing the Anastasia Border around the background paper. I layered the Lace Light Deco Border atop the Tiffany Border. I like to slightly roll the bottom of the borders to give a bit of texture, and make them look more like real lace. After adding some fussy cutting, I tucked the English Tea Party Doily in a couple places.

I cut the Sweet Williams flower from denim scraps.

After cutting the petals of the Large Rose, Miniatuare Rose, Frangipani with Leaves, and Stacker flower #5, I spritzed each set of petal with Glimmer Mist then scrunched each petal between my fingers and set them aside to dry. Once dry, I assembled the flowers. Distressing the petals gives the flowers a completely different look.

Before assembling the Stacker Flower #5, I staggered the flower and shortened some of the petals but cutting the die piece with the Scalloped Window Stackers.

I also added Cuties #1 to the bouquet. Once all flower were dispersed, I tucked in pieces of the Fanciful Flourish, Olive Branches, along with leaves from Stacker Flowers #1 and Dimensional Small Leaves #2. To complete the romantic feel of the layout, I added the Small Lace Butterfly…isn’t this die so delicate and beautiful?!

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  1. What fabulous work! Love the beautiful dies. Hugs, dj1952

  2. This is such a beautiful layout and amazing design.

  3. Amazing layout! I love all the borders, flowers, flourish and the Lacy Butterfly is exquisite!! I know I have missed some to mention, but Jodi it is Beautiful!!

  4. I love how you misted and distressed the flower!!! It is a great look! I will have to try this! Beautiful project!!!!!

  5. Gorgeous project indeed! You put a lot of work into this layout and the outcome is certainly worth the effort! I'm loving it!


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