Sunday, January 30, 2011

some more Webster's Pages love

As I've said before, papers like these really stretch me outside of my comfort zone. I usually like the final product but I have to pace myself and really figure out what I want to do before hand. Some people are often scared of the "A" sides but I find that I use them a lot for making my own embellishments for pages as I've done on all of my projects with this February kit from My Scrapbook Nook. Here is another layout that I created:

and some details:

pearls from Creative Charms, chandelier cut from another piece of paper

I did a lot of cutting and glueing to make this background; the butterfly is from American Crafts, the journaling sprout from Jillibean Soup

This butterfly is from the Hollywood Vogue sticker sheet; I just used some foam adhesive to give it more dimension, added some brown Creative Charms pearls, Maya Road heart pins. 

See? It's not so bad, is it?  I think this kit has been kinda fun. Not that I don't like these kinds of papers because I think they are extremely gorgeous, I just usually don't know where to start and don't want to mess them up. 

Have a great day!


Shawna said...

Love your projects! Your blog background is adorable too!

curlyqmosaics said...

This is such a gorgeous layout! Love the silhouette paper on the left, and the pearls you added to the chandelier, such a wonderful touch!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful layout !!! I love your style !!
Kind regards Berdien

Mara... said...

beautiful Becky!! So many great details!!

Ingrid Danvers said...

You should stretch yourself out of your comfort zone more often, Becky. This layout is gorgeous! Wow! You did a fab job with the Nook's February kit.

Amanda Dovey said...

I just adore Websters and your layout rocks!!