Saturday, April 26, 2014


I love the colours of Prima's Stationer's Desk collection, and have been wanting to do this layout for a while. I wanted a very 3D layout so I added some corrugated cardboard, wood and bark embellishments, and resins, and used pop-up foam dots of varying heights for the papers and flowers.

I applied the lightest touches of distress ink and white acrylic paint to the corrugated cardboard, papers and resins, and for a slightly "softer" touch, I also added a paper doily and some lace to the layout.

The photo was taken in Melbourne last December, a rare one with my DH in it as he's usually the one who's taking the photos. :)

Here are some close-ups.

Materials used:
Patterned Papers - Prima Marketing - Stationer's Desk Collection - Red Ink, Love Letter
Tags - Prima Marketing - Stationer's Desk Collection - Tag Me
Flowers and Leaves - Prima Marketing - Stationer's Desk Collection (Typewriter, Draft), Cherry Blossom Branches (Silver)
Wooden and Bark Embellishments - Prima Marketing - Fairy Belle Collection Wood Tickets, Natural Bark Shapes Wood Embellishments - Butterflies
Resins - Prima Marketing - Junkyard Findings (Rose Heart Corners), Treasures Resins (Clocks, Square Frames)
Paper Doily - BoBunny Press - Medium Doilies
Lace - Graphic 45 Staples - Trim
Mediums - Adirondack Lights - Acrylic Paint Dabber - Snow Cap, Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Frayed Burlap
Corrugated Cardboard
Adhesives - Beacon’s 3-In-1 Advanced Craft Glue, Kokuyo Dotliner, EK Success 3D-Dots

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