Blue Eyes

Hello! Jodi here with another layout for you. Sitting down to create my blog post, I realize how addicted I am to my dies from Cheery Lynn Designs! I can’t seem to stop adding layers, “lace,” creating flowers and other embellishments! These soft, vintage papers from Kaiser Craft just beckoned me to keep adding more!


After fussy cutting the birdcage and large flower from the pattern paper, I tucked in a Mega Polynesian Sail Doily. The Fanciful Flourish is the prefect addition behind the birdcage. The flowers from the Flower Chain Border perfectly matched the blue flowers on the pattern paper. I removed the chain from around the flowers, inked the petals, and strategically placed them on the flourish, and amongst the flowers on the pattern paper.


At the top of the photo, I tucked in the French Pastry Doily. The Medium Rose, along with leaves from the Small Dimensional Leaves #2 set, embellishes the metal frame. My favorite little Mini Exotic Butterflies adorn the doily and birdcage.

To the bottom of the photo you will find the Dancing Doily Lace Border layered atop the Francesca Border. Poking out from under is the English Tea Party Doily. With those big blue eyes, you just can’t help but show your affection with the Two of Hearts!


Along the bottom left side you will find a cluster with the larger flower being the Sweet Williams (two layers of each die) and Darling Daisies as the flower center. It is accompanied by a Miniature Rose, Large Rose, and a flower from the Flower Chain Border. To the right, Stacker Flower #5 (3 layers) is peeking out from under the doily, (again I used Darling Daisies as the flower center) and along with another Large Rose. Leaves from Stacker Flower #1 and Small Dimensional Leaves #2 fill in the bouquets as well as around the layout.


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14 comments:

  1. Quelle merveille de douceur!! Bravo! Bises. Nadine

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  2. totally gorgeous so much to look and and so perfect for this gorgeous photograph
    Hugs Kate x

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  3. This is a BEAUTIFUL layout that is well-suited for an equally stunning baby. Nicely done!

    Fondly,
    Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
    http://cardmonkey-business.blogspot.com
    E-mail: cardmonkey@comcast.net

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  4. ...incidentally, is the circle with the bird (top right of the photo) a die, or is it part of the paper that has been fussy cut??

    Thank you for letting me know.

    Fondly,
    Ellen ♥ CardMonkey
    http://cardmonkey-business.blogspot.com
    E-mail: cardmonkey@comcast.net

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  5. Thank you for the sweet comments, ladies!!

    Ellen, the bird sits on a metal frame. The frame sits atop the French Pastry Doily die.

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  6. Jodi I really love your layout!! It is beautiful. You are so awesome at placing dies strategically around your projects!! Gorgeous!

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  7. This is just a beautiful work of art! Love that photo too and it's all completely stunning!!!

    Thanks for the lovely inspiration!

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  8. This is so beautiful! love all the layering and beautiful dies you used.

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  9. Gorgeous layout and colors
    hugs
    Donna xx

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  10. Jodi, this is such a fantastic layout - I love every detail on it!
    hugs,
    Gini

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  11. Beautiful layout Jodi! Love all the details!

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  12. This is just like a masterpiece this layout..So many beautiful dies I know have them onmy wish list...
    This is a real mouth opener jaw drop when you look the picture is just to precious.

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  13. Aaaw! You did it again! You are the queen of baby layouts! Love your flowers!! The whole page is just beautiful!

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  14. This is so cute, lovely mix of doilies and flowers and what a cutie she is!

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