i love the cascading rows of patterned paper, each accented with a different punched border for extra interest; i like that the overall soft and romantic feel is punctuated with a slightly funky twist; and i really dig the clusters of small embellishments that emeline has used to create SO MUCH style! of course, i don't scrapbook, as such...so i made (surprise!) a card! :)
(patterned paper: prima, house of three, love elsie + vintage book paper; cardstock diecuts: k&co, making memories, sei; stickers: sandylion, ek success, creative imaginations, making memories, k&co, house of 3; florals: prima, making memories; chipboard word: ek success; brad: my mind's eye; gems: mambi; pins: michaels, joann essentials; butterfly punch: ek success; border punches: martha stewart, fiskars, recollections; ribbon: michaels; inks: colorbox; adhesives: tombow monorunner, gluedots, 3m foam tape)
ok, it's a loose interpretation of the sketch, but i think you can see "the bones"?! my background layers consist of some lovely new prima & house of three papers, but nearly everything else on here was either a scrap or a "leftover" from another project, so despite the abundance of embellishments, this was a weirdly economical way to use up a lot of bits and bobs!
be sure to check out the pixie blog for all the details of this challenge...for example...did i mention there are ♥PRIZES♥??!?!?!
beautiful beautiful details. love the colors, too! fabulous work!ReplyDelete
Your card is so pretty and just full of wonderful detail! LOVE it!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! you know how much I love layering, and this is one that is keeping my eyes busy, so much pretty details to look!ReplyDelete
Girly vintage is so hot right now, and as usual, you were ahead of the trend. You rock this style, Lauren, and always have. I love your interpretation; all the "bones" are there :)ReplyDelete
Okay that card is amazingly awesome! I love the cake and little bits on it. So Laurenesque Gorgeous!!! Use up those bobs!ReplyDelete