The background has been made into a Bargello pattern with papers from Stampin Up. The image is from Zuri, called "Romantic Style 1." She has been coloured with copic pens and fussy cut. The tree branch is a diecut. A sentiment and flowers complete this notebook cover.
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Altered Eclectics - Anything Goes
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Friday, December 2, 2016
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WOW!! the pattern you design with this pattern papers is awesome, love this image too, very impressing fussy cutting on your girl image, I thought it was also a die.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing with us at SHOPPING OUR STASH, hope you join us again next time.
Awesome colours and papers you chose. love the design you ended up with too. Fabulous card. Thanks for playing along with the Paper Strip challenge at Shopping Our Stash.ReplyDelete
Wow, really cool layout! A great card for a teen or tween... the papers are all so cool and hip! Thank you for linking with us at SOS! It was fun, wasn't it?!ReplyDelete
Great card and design!! Thank you for joining us at Inspiration Destination, good luck!!! PatriciaReplyDelete
what a cool take on the bargello technique! thanks for joining us at SHOPPING OUR STASH! :)ReplyDelete
Fabulous card! What a fun background! Love that! Sweet image too!ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!
Nicely crafted! The Bargello is well done! Thanks for sharing with us at Altered Eclectics!ReplyDelete
Wow..love the background..I have never tried the Bargello technique..will have to give that a try.ReplyDelete
Great book cover and a lovely entry for the challenge this month at Altered Eclectics...x
Such a lovely background. Such a great book cover, love it! Thank you for sharing at Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper. Rebecca xReplyDelete
Love the technique you have used on your project. Very nice. Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics this month. Hope to see you back here again soon. Judy DTReplyDelete