Sunday, February 12, 2012

WOW it's 2012. Still remember watching the movie 2012 and wonder what will happen when we really step into 2012. And here we the actual year!

To start off the year, I've broken my own record of doing 2 layouts which is so totally boy. No flowers, butterflies or laces!

Visit Scraplicious at Parkway Parade to see the actual piece.

- Papers are from Best Creation, Pink Paislee and Jenni Bowlin
- Frame from Dusty Attic which is emboss with American Craft Pewter Embossing Powder
- Die cuts from October Afternoon and K & Company
- Clouds cut out from Reminisce paper and emboss with Ranger Emboss puffs
- Alphas from Maya Road inked with Ranger Distress Ink in Black Soot and emboss with Suze Weinberg UTEE in clear to give it a jelly like look.
- Rocket from October Afternoon sprayed with Tattered Angels glimmer mist and outline with Ranger Stickles
- Wordings and numbers from TIm Holtz stamps
- White Cotton Twine used on both sides

- Papers from Pink Paislee. Ranger Distress Ink in dried marigold and faded jeans used to create a weathered effect
- Martha Stewart lace puncher used
- Clock was cut out from Bo Bunny paper
- Banner Chipboard stickers from Fancy Pants
- Squares on the left were cut from Cosmo Cricket paper and emboss with Suze Weinberg UTEE to give it a wall tile effect
- Sun, Merry Go Round and Blue Swirl chipboard stickers from Echo Park
- Maya Road Alphas were used for "Sweet Smile". Tsukineko Chalk Ink and Ranger Embossing Tinsel in Bridal were used to create the sweetness
- Mini frame from Dusty Attic ink with Ranger Distress Ink in Peeled Paint and tattered angel glimmer mist in iridescent gold gave it a finishing touch
- Bottle Cap with stickers from Bottle Cap Inc
- White Swirls from Maya Road painted with Ranger Crackle Paint in Picket Fence and coated with Tattered Angels Shimmer Glaze in Icicle 
- Wings on biy from Maya Road sprayed with Silver Sugar
- Rest of the alphas from American Crafts Thickers. Ranger Stickles in frosted and crystals were used to give them some bling bling
- Gold stars die cut from K&Company
- Ranger Distress Ink in Black Soot used to distress frame
- Buttons 
- Brown String on frame
- light brown twine round the bottle cap
- Doily

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