Sunday, April 9, 2017

My 49 and Market April DT Reveal
Part Two
"Special"


Hi there paper friends, thanks for calling by.
Today I have part two of my April DT reveal for
49 and Market.



49 and Market Papers Used...
"B" sides used on each
BACK PAPER - Flower Fairies Collection "Seedlings"
MIDDLE PAPER - Looking Through Collection "The Tree"
FRONT PAPER - Scents of Nature Collection - "Clockworks"
I have used the "B" side of three of their wonderful papers for this layout.
More 49 and Market Products Used...
Butterfly Harvest 3D Layered Embellishments
Vintage Shades Flowers - Blue Bouquet
Garden Blooms - Alabaster


I have used two different lots of their flowers on my layout. I just love the way
you get a variety of styles, including buds & leaves, all in the one pack.
It makes creating your flower clusters just soo easy.

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I have also used some of their NEW 3D embellishments too.
WOW I just love these. I even wiped a thin layer of gesso over them & 
sprayed them in a silver colour so that they matched my layout too.


All the chipboard I have used is from 2Crafty Chipboard.
Also I used one of my all time favourite colored sprays from  
Lindy's Stamp Gang, "Sassy Saphire", love that colour.


Oh I do LOVE those new 3D embellishments mixed in with all the flowers. 
You get so many different pieces on the 12"x 12" sheet they come on too.


I added a few little butterflies that also came on the 3D sheet too.


I have also used one of the NEW 49 and Market stamps to do some
background stamping on my layout. (See below)

 49 and Market Stamp Sets Used...
Gabi's Scripted Squared Stamp Set
Gabi's Postcards From Paris Stamp Set


Lots of lovely paper layers & I have added some bits of 
frayed gauze to add even more texture.


More pieces added from the 3D embellishment sheet & hey presto. All finished.

I hope you liked my layout today & that I have inspired you in some small way.

Remember too, if you liked my layout today I would love you to 
leave me a comment as it is always nice to read your feedback.

Until next time







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