Wednesday, January 29, 2014

My Sweet Princess- Prima's Something Blue Collection

For my giveaway press HERE

Here is another project I created using the Something Blue collection. Check out all the projects on the Prima blog.

I wanted to use the Something Blue collection for a non-wedding theme. It is a very feminine collection so I thought it would be perfect to create a layout about my daughter. 

I fussy cut lots of flowers from one of the papers and then used the leftover pieces as a shadow for the flowers. The effect was quite interesting as I always throw out the leftover pieces after I cut and now I don't have to. You can see the irregular shapes under the cut-out flowers in the picture above.

573010- Something Blue Metal clips
813437- Something Blue- Enchanted blooms
813475- Something Blue- Goin' to the chapel
813482- Something Blue- Just Married
571511- Le Mia
565992- Mini Sachet winter
565947- Mini sachet sunrise
572259- Lace sticker words
572907- Princess wood embellishments
571139- La Tela
572242- stencil

other products: Light molding paste, Shimmerz, Pearl pen, old music sheet

Well I can't believe the first month of the year is almost over!!
hope it was a good one for all of you!!


Elisabeth Sarkis said...


Words and Pictures said...

That's stunning, Keren!
Alison x

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Beautiful! LOVING the flowers and the birds!!!!!!

Lizzyc said...

Oh so beautiful!

Shona said...

this is just beautiful

Beatrice Lawson said...

Love the idea of using the fussy cut leftovers underneath, looks beautiful! And you take the most beautiful pics of your daughter!

Jaya Raghuvanshi said...

WOW! Such a pretty LO Keren! love the details. Perfect for a girl! .Your daughter is so beautiful!

Denise van Deventer said...

Such a beautiful, soft and feminine page! Love all the fussy cut elements and so clever to use the leftovers as shadows...think I must give that a try! ;-)

Unknown said...

It so gorgeous!

Lynnda said...

Gorgeous ! Hugs...x

Lizzy Hill said...

We can always learn new stuff, eh? What a wonderful use for the cut offs...& I really like the little pieces of music paper tucked in, too:):) Lovely page, Keren!!!

Linda Eggleton said...

Amazing layering...beautiful work, Keren :)

Laura said...

It's always a pleasure to drop in...I just love love love all your creations!