I used Webster's Pages - Everyday Poetry collection - die cut, Glorious Day and Little Bird Told Me.
and a piece of brown lace trim from the same collection
And this is what I did:
I cut images from patterned papers, choosing all the cages, 2 butterflies, the bird, blossom branch and the butterfly chart.
From the rest of the Little Bird paper I cut 2 circles – 4” and 5”. Then I cut 2 more circles from Scout Card about 1.5” bigger than the others. I used a Martha Stewart corner punch to decorate the Scout circles, creating a lacy edge.
I inked the circles and mounted paper circles onto card circles then placed them on to the layout where required. I mounted the photo over larger circle.
I stuck a 3” strip of lace to the top left corner and ‘hung’ a cage from it – using 3D foam pads to attach to the layout. Then added the other cages to the bottom right of the layout. Then I arranged the other items to the page.
For each net bow, I took a 12” piece of netting and tie in a bow and stick to the page with glue.
I cut thelettering with Cricut and stuck to layout.
Finally I decorate the lettering and scalloped border with the mint green liquid pearls, adding little dots to create the effect of a pearl swirl over the top right of the photo and onto the layout.
some close up photos:
The second bow.
For more information please go the the 'N is for Netting' post.
The challenge runs until 5th September.
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