Sweet Child Layout

Happy Friday CE Friends! TGIF!!  Nicolle here and it’s been a busy busy week, but I guess that’s a good thing. Today I am sharing a layout I created inspired by my daughter and her spirit week outfit.  Thursday was class day and the Senior’s color was to wear pink. Kayla and her friend Jenna went all out for this day. They went to Party City for pink leggings, eyelashes, socks..etc.  I am glad Kayla is taking advantage of all the fun things the Senior years brings.

How cute is the shirt she’s wearing? We’ve Senior Best ours is Better!

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I altered the cute little wood mustaches with pink Stampendous Fun Flock.  You can’t tell but I altered a new panel that’s in the store.It kind of blends a bit with background it the Moroccan panel. I cut it apart and used little pieces . I applied White Distress ink and then added some black ink here and there.

I altered a flourish with white Tim Holtz distress paint and colored the little flower with a Faber Castell Artist Pink Pitt Pen.

I added some more fuzzy mustaches at the top of this photo.

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I altered the birdcage using a Black Pitt Penn and colored a pink pitt pen. I added a big gem at the top and attached a row of pearls at the bottom.

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Click the pictures they are directly linked to the Creative Embellishments Store.

 

Mustaches  (Set of 24)

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Have a great weekend!

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2 Comments


  • Awesome page! Love the flocked mustaches and all the details you bring to a page! Gorgeous work!

  • Nicolle, you have a beautiful layout that truly showcases creative's chipboard. I will be buying some of those chippies for sure. Thanks for your inspiration.

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