July 14, 2014

ADORNit and a Giveaway!

I'm Guest Designing this week for ADORNit and am excited to show you two layouts using their beautiful Wisteria collection. The first one, using an old black and white photo from the 1940’s, and another with a photo from just a few years ago. I love when a paper collection works just as well with old heritage photos as current photos! First up, “Family is Everything”. When I started my layout, I actually built the whole layout around the family is everything sentiment that I fussy cut from one of the patterned papers. It was a perfect focal point along with my photo.
I chose the beautiful floral as my background paper, then started layering bits and pieces of more papers and stickers.
I added some foam tape to the flowers and sweet little bird for a bit of dimension.
For my next layout, I went with a grid design using pieces cut from the patterned papers along with a more recent photo. See, the Wisteria collection really does work with new photos just as well as vintage photos!
I did a little layering on this layout too by cutting pieces from the patterned papers, and even fussy cut the tiny love ticket sticker to tuck behind the flowers. I used foam tape again under the cute flower die cut, added a rhinestone from my stash, and a few sequins too.
Now, how about a chance to win the whole Wisteria collection!!!  Just leave a comment to be entered to win!!

Thanks for stopping by today, and be sure to stop back by tomorrow, I'll have more to share!


Juliana Michaels said...

Love what you created with this collection and congrats on guest designing with Adorn It!!!

Ashley Horton said...

Your layouts are gorgeous Mary Ann!! Love what you did with the ADORNit collection!!

Nikki C said...

What a beautiful collection and wow what great layouts you have created :) hugs Nikki

Jenna H said...

Love the layering you did on the family is everything page!

Sue D said...

Beautiful layouts with this collection.
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DBMM said...

what a wonderful collection! I love the way you used them on your LOs.