Saturday, 8 September 2012

another "Timeless" Layout for "Becci's Beads & Crafts"

For those of you who don't know, I am and have been Scrapbooking my family tree for many years now. So I spend most of my time doing this style of layout so one day I can complete the family tree album.
Becci has in her store the 12'' Paper Pad from Kaisercraft.
These paper pads have 60 sheets of paper and are such great value. I just love the "Timeless Classics" paper pad and have used a few sheets on my layouts recently.
This layout is pretty simple.
I have used 1 sheet of paper from the 12'' paper pad and the other paper came from the 6'' paper pad (Timeless) I just love the little 6'' paper pads, I think I have 1 from nearly every collection that was released.
I just cut out some squares and rectangles and mounted some of them on a bit of grunge board to give it some depth. I have also used some of the Timeless Collectables. These are just fantastic for dressing up your layouts and can add that little something extra.
Dont forget that the paper pads both 12'' & 6'', collectables, white Kaiser lace are available in Becci's store.
The flowers and all the metal embellishments are from my stash.
Ohh and I used some pink Glimmermist (also available at Becci's) on the paper before I put everything else on.Don't you just love Glimmermist.

"Sweet Nothing" Layout

This is a very easy layout usig the beautiful"Sweet Nothings" paper that I recieved from Becci's Beads & Crafts.
I have used the following papers
- Sincerely
- Devoted
-Silver lining
I also used a sheet of cream cardstock.
The rest I just used a few scraps that were offcuts from another 'Sweet Nothings" layout I did.
The flowers are also from Beccis, they are some of the Kaisercraft paper blooms in Olive.
 I also used 13mm Resin Flowerbud Flatback Cabachons - Mixed with Glitter
that are from Becci's store. I love these little cabachons, they are so cute. I also used some of the spider lace and the metal embellishments are from my stash.
The chippies are the Dusty Attic Bamboo that are available from Beccis store.
I painted them in Kaiser Antique white paint and then put Distress Rock Candy crackle over the top and then inked them a little with the Frayed Burlap distress ink.
I have used the sketch from the Dusty Attic September Sketch Challenge. Might enter it in for this month.