Thursday, 8 October 2009

Fallen Leaves

I was looking through my photo collection and found these photos of Nadiah that was taken some time last year. In them she was pretending that it was autumn and that dried leaves are everywhere and so she raked up some to make a pitiful mound. But what really got to me was her imagination. As you know, over here in Malaysia we don't experience four seasons but Nadiah has managed to come up with her make believe snow and now fallen leaves. I wonder what she would do for Spring and Summer?

Anyway, here is my layout:









Close up of my diecut flowers. The black one is made of cardstock which I diecut, embossed and sprayed some gold Maya Road Mist. The red is grungeboard - diecut, sprayed pink and gold MR Mist, stamped with StazOn and inked on the edges with distress ink. And the flower center is a metal brad by Creative Imaginations.

If you zoom in closely, you'll see that I've lightly painted the corrugated board with some crackle paint and inked the edges with distress ink. Oh have I mentioned how much I love those Prima blings??



I love quotes too!!


Materials used:
Patterned paper: Prima Marketing. Crystal blings: Prima Marketing. Brads: Making Memories, Creative Imaginations. Quotes: K&Co, DCWV. Others: Tim Holtz Distress Ink pads, Tim Holtz Distress Crackle paint, Heidi Swapp paper distresser, StazOn ink pad, Sizzix machine and die, Cuttlebug embossing folders, metal flower charm, a metal photo corner, some lace, Stamp It rubber stamp and a piece of corrugated board.


7 comments:

Mazlina said...

love your die-cut flowers!!! lovely

Yatie said...

Thanks, Mazlina!!

teacher jessy said...

Beautiful layout!! Is that a doily? Loving your daughters imaginations!! I remember that snow layout u did sometime ago, will be curious to see spring & summer too :)

Naddy said...

Oh my, what a beautiful LO!!!!!! Love it... Cantikkkk :) And yes, interesting to knw what happen in spring & summer too ;) ehehe

Flowers said...

Close up of my diecut flowers looks awesome. thanks for sharing it. Keep it up the good work.

Chowchow said...

Thats awesome - love all the details. Nadiah is such a sweetheart.

Yatie said...

Thank you, everyone for the lovely comments.
Yup Jessy, those are paper doileys which I blended some distress inks.

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