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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

So Stinkin' Cute

Happy Tuesday Everyone!
Sharing a layout I created using a photo of one of my adorable great-nephews.  This layout was inspired by Scrap Our Stash "Anything Fuzzy" Challenge, Eleven Things You Can Do With Heart Punches at Practical Scrappers and the Material Challenge at Scrap It Girl

For the "fuzzy" items, I used the striped paper which is flocked and there is also flocking on the chipboard journaling embellie.  After creating the burlap flower for the material challenge, I noticed there was a lot of fuzz on my working surface and it dawned on me that burlap, although it has a rough texture, it is a "fuzzy' fiber.  

I created the butterfly by using the MS "Heartbeat" deep edge punch.  I glued two of the larger hearts together to create the wings and then added a thin  piece of chipboard to the back of one of the smaller hearts and placed it on top of the butterfly where I adhered the 'wings" together.  I added fiber from the burlap to the butterfly for the "antennas"!  
Supplies: 
WRMK "Tres Elegant" Collection
Thickers
Lillibee Designs Alphas
Thanks for stopping by...enjoy the rest of your week!

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful and sooooo cute. Love it!!!!

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  2. Yup he's stinkin' cute!!!! So is your layout!

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  3. Such an adorable LO. Yeah he is a cutie. Thanks for join us at Scrap It Girl challenge.
    Huggies!
    Rachelle DT

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  4. Love it! Simple, elegant and gorgeous! Thanks for playing along with Scrap It Girl!

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  5. So cute! Thanks for playing along at Scrap It Girl!

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  6. Love that burlap "fuzzy" flower-Thanks for taking the February Scrap It Girl Challenge!

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  7. Love this layout.. so adorable.. love the tiny details..

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  8. This is so stinkin cute! Love the burlap flower. Thanks for joining in at Scrap It Girl.

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  9. This is exactly that! love the burlap flower!

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