The first layout documents a photo of my niece last year, I love the angle at which the photo catches her smile, she looks beautiful and very relaxed!
As promised, the layout using the spray heart doily that I mentioned yesterday - can you see it? Yes I split the doily by taking out the centre piece which you can see on the top right mat with the word gorgeous stamped in it. I then used the remnants of the heart split in two to create the element to the right of my niece's photo.
I made some more little cards similar to the ones I showed you the other day and added my favourite heart punch to the layout too. A little hand stitching and it was done!
Next up hubby at Alnwick Gardens again last year, I had to document this as when we were stood there the water seemed like a perfect arc of water, but when we got to view the digital photos you could see the shape of the water spraying which made us giggle (hence the title).
I didn't want to 'lose' the frame that formed part of one of the sheets of paper in the kit, but when I tried to add it to other papers in the kit it kept feeling like it was getting lost. The easiest way around this was to make it the focal point. I matted it on lilac cardstock from the add on kit and then stuck it down to some white card stock. I adhered the rik-rak ribbon above and the block and the beautiful lace ribbon that I inked with distress inks below.
I went for the 'confetti' look again but in a diagonal way and included different elements rather than just one. Buttons, blingy pieces from the kit, punched hearts and stars.
It didn't feel quite finished, so I sat and doodled a wiggly line around it but realised there was a gem stone and button in the 'way' so at regular intervals I added hand drawn hearts to try and break the border up and distract the eye from the break where the gem was.
I hope you like what I created, check back tomorrow for a final layout - happy scrapping!